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African Ancestry Uses DNA to Trace Our Roots Back to Africa

African Ancestry Uses DNA to Trace Our Roots Back to Africa

More than just a general region, African Ancestry can offer you your country of origin and your tribe.

November 2018
United Way's New President and CEO Dr. Darienne Driver Talks Her Vision for Detroit

United Way's New President and CEO Dr. Darienne Driver Talks Her Vision for Detroit

Driver hopes to broaden the scope of what a charitable organization can really be. United Way has been around since 1887, but there's still plenty of work to do, especially in Detroit.

November 2018
Will Millennials be the Saviors of the Black Church – or its Crucifiers?

Will Millennials be the Saviors of the Black Church – or its Crucifiers?

While 63 percent of African-Americans born between 1928 and 1945 are associated with a historically black denomination, just 41 percent of black millennials have the same association.

November 2018
Will We Turn out for the Midterm Elections?

Will We Turn out for the Midterm Elections?

The black vote is crucial, but will African-Americans – especially black women – show up to the polls? Political leaders and activists in the community are hoping to engage the electorate before it's too late.

October 2018
BLAC Legends: Dr. Curtis Ivery

BLAC Legends: Dr. Curtis Ivery

The Wayne County Community College District leader talks educational opportunity, the importance of family and his biggest mistake.

October 2018
Toasting Some of the Finest Black-Owned Wineries Around

Toasting Some of the Finest Black-Owned Wineries Around

Black-owned wineries not only exist, but are measuring up to the competition by offering an experience worth tasting.

October 2018
Local Black Bands Embrace Rock 'N' Roll, Many with Women at the Helm

Local Black Bands Embrace Rock 'N' Roll, Many with Women at the Helm

Elvis, The Who, The Beatles and others have defined rock 'n' roll. In Detroit, the music scene is as vibrant as ever, and black women are at the forefront. But how can black rock escape the underground?

September 2018
Is the Internet the New Way to the Comedic Spotlight?

Is the Internet the New Way to the Comedic Spotlight?

With social media launching the careers of comedians via 30-second skits, some traditional comics feel that the new batch of wise guys might be missing a key ingredient – live audiences. Some comics agree. Some don't. Can't we all just laugh along?

September 2018
Wanted: Black Teachers

Wanted: Black Teachers

For black students, having even one black teacher can make a huge difference.

August 2018
A Look into Detroit's Afrofuturism Movement

A Look into Detroit's Afrofuturism Movement

Many Afrofuturists believe that Detroit can lead the narrative on the future of black folk, but can Afrofuturism really point the way?

August 2018
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