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Dealing with grief in your teenage years

Dealing with grief in your teenage years

The bereavement process eventually strikes us all, but coping with grief in your teenage years can seem like a monumental challenge.

April 2017
The black nun from Detroit whose story you don’t know

The black nun from Detroit whose story you don’t know

Sister Marie Lutgarde, believed to be the only black nun in a centuries-old convent, followed a path from westside Detroit to an order of lifelong service.

February 2017
What we’ll miss most about the Obama White House

What we’ll miss most about the Obama White House

Michigan’s top legislators share their tributes to the 44th president

January 2017
How Detroit-area Bible bookstores are persevering under a changing online retail climate

How Detroit-area Bible bookstores are persevering under a changing online retail climate

Unsung in their pursuits, these business owners are broadening their brands beyond the shelves

December 2016
Veterans of Violence

Veterans of Violence

PTSD has long been associated with returning soldiers traumatized by the brutal reality of war. But that limited example is just one sliver of the larger population that suffers from the after-effects of a traumatic incident.

September 2016
Detroit artist Hubert Massey prepares for another monumental fresco

Detroit artist Hubert Massey prepares for another monumental fresco

September 2016
Longtime General Motors design chief Ed Welburn retires, reflects on his career with the automaker

Longtime General Motors design chief Ed Welburn retires, reflects on his career with the automaker

More than 40 years after becoming GM’s first Black designer, Ed Welburn reflects on a legacy left behind, and a future he helped shape

July 2016
How three young professionals came together to address mental health in our community

How three young professionals came together to address mental health in our community

African Americans are more likely to suffer from mental illness, but less likely to seek help. Why? Cultural stigma, access issues and a misguided “buck up” mentality are big factors getting in the way. But two local therapists are trying to change our thinking and our lives.

July 2016
Removing the Stigma

Removing the Stigma

We have pills, condoms, education and other measures to prevent HIV or to ensure those infected with it live just as long as someone without the virus. And yet Blacks are still infected with HIV at a much higher rate in Detroit than other populations and we’re less likely to own our status. Here’s a look at why and what needs to change.

July 2016
Young, Gifted and Black

Young, Gifted and Black

These young, gifted and Black students are the cream of the graduating crop.

June 2016
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