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Inspiring, successful black women talk about business, family, prayer and more. All work with sponsors of B.L.A.C. Detroit's Nov. 1, 2012 'Living the Sweet Life' event with author Terry McMillan.

Added: 2012-11-08

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Terry McMillan Event Sponsors: 7 Detroit Women

Terry McMillan Event Sponsors: 7 Detroit Women

Inspiring, successful black women talk about business, family, prayer and more. All work with sponsors of B.L.A.C. Detroit's Nov. 1, 2012 "Living the Sweet Life" event with author Terry McMillan.
Added: 2012-11-08
Cornerstone Charter Schools Madison-Carver and Health High Opening

Cornerstone Charter Schools Madison-Carver and Health High Opening

Cornerstone Charter Schools recently cut the ribbon on a new facility for two schools, Madison-Carver Academy and Health High School. The building features over $8 million in renovations, state-of-the-art technology and an exemplary educational experience.
Added: 2012-09-19
Raise the Roof at Palmer Park

Raise the Roof at Palmer Park

BLAC recently attended People for Palmer Park's fundraising party to help restore Palmer Park's Log Cabin.
Added: 2012-09-13
Camden Murphy at The Roeper School

Camden Murphy at The Roeper School

Camden Murphy, a 13 year old local black swimmer and future Olympic hopeful, visited The Roeper School as a part of their Make-A-Splash program.
Added: 2012-09-06
Rainbow PUSH Marches on Woodward

Rainbow PUSH Marches on Woodward

On Saturday, August 25, 2012, Rainbow PUSH Michigan held its national Crusade for America Parent and Youth March.
Added: 2012-09-06
Poppin' Fresh

Poppin' Fresh

Margarita Barry of I Am Young Detroit discusses her latest venture into pop-up retail, D:Pop, located at 1253 Woodward Ave., Detroit.
Added: 2012-08-22
The Spirit of the African World Festival

The Spirit of the African World Festival

The 30th annual African World Festival recently brought music, fun and cultural activities to midtown Detroit at its new location, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, located at 315 E. Warren Ave., in Detroit.
Added: 2012-08-21
Sidewalk Chalk at the Heidelberg Project

Sidewalk Chalk at the Heidelberg Project

Sidewalk Chalk, a group of Chicago musicians who consider themselves "the evolution of hip-hop, soul and jazz" headlined this year's "Detroit's Got Talent" Festival at the Heidelberg Project.
Added: 2012-08-16
Planting a

Planting a "Bunche"

Ralph Bunche Academy, together with the American Heart Association, break ground on the AHA's first Teaching Garden.
Added: 2012-05-30
New Detroit Playground Gets Built

New Detroit Playground Gets Built

Volunteers and community leaders worked together on June 23, 2012 to build two new Detroit playgrounds – one at the Commonwealth Community Development Academy and the other at the Detroit Catholic Pastoral Alliance. The playgrounds were sponsored by The Knight Foundation and KaBoom!, a national nonprofit dedicated to saving play.
Added: 2012-07-26
Talk to the Cam: Transportation

Talk to the Cam: Transportation

In this edition of Talk to the Cam, BLAC asked residents their opinion on issues regarding the city’s transit system.
Added: 2012-05-15
Talk to the Cam: Crime in the City

Talk to the Cam: Crime in the City

In this first edition of Talk to the Cam, BLAC asked residents how they feel about the city’s overall response to the wave of crime affecting it.
Added: 2012-05-04
Bellydance For Beginners

Bellydance For Beginners

House of Bastet owner/instructor Tené Dismuke demonstrates some simple moves.
Added: 2012-03-15
‘Let It Go’ Balloon Release

‘Let It Go’ Balloon Release

Bishop T. D. Jakes shows how easy it can be to “let it go.”
Added: 2012-03-07
The Soul Stringer

The Soul Stringer

Violinist JoAnna Johnson has perfected her art in spite of lupus.
Added: 2012-03-02
Local Actors Shine in Sparkle!

Local Actors Shine in Sparkle!

Meet some of the local actors featured in this month’s cover story.
Added: 2012-02-15
Voices of the Civil War

Voices of the Civil War

The first part of the Charles H. Wright Museum’s five-year film series project detailing the experience of African Americans during the war.
Added: 2012-01-19
B. Smith Inspires!

B. Smith Inspires!

Attendees of BLAC Detroit’s event featuring B. Smith share how her work, wit and wisdom has encouraged them.
Added: 2012-01-12
Video: Miscellaneous Blues

Video: Miscellaneous Blues

Four sisters pride themselves on being there for each other, but what happens when jealousy, betrayal, and bitterness enter their lives?
Added: 2011-12-22
Video: Destiny’s Calling

Video: Destiny’s Calling

An unemployed construction worker hits the lottery, but soon finds money causes more problems than it can solve.
Added: 2011-12-22
Daddy Day at the Detroit Zoo

Daddy Day at the Detroit Zoo

Highlights of New Young Fathers’ recent collaboration with the Detroit Zoo of a program for young fathers and their children.
Added: 2011-12-16
Daisy & Sammy Tie the Knot

Daisy & Sammy Tie the Knot


Added: 2011-04-22

"The Black Women Rock Experience" by jessica Care moore

This mini-documentary exposes the roots and artistry of jessica Care moore’s all-women rock band.
Added: 2011-10-13
“Believe in The D” Video Campaign

“Believe in The D” Video Campaign

This video won Patrice Woodard a rent-free year in Garden Court Condomiums.
Added: 2011-08-23
The B.L.A.C. Men's Relationship Roundtable

The B.L.A.C. Men's Relationship Roundtable

Seven African-American men share their opinions and personal experiences with relationships and love in Detroit.
Added: 2011-04-01
Black Women and Relationships | BLAC Detroit

Black Women and Relationships | BLAC Detroit

Seven African-American women gathered to share their feelings about the state of Black love in The D.
Added: 2011-03-10
Book Trailer: “At the Dark End of the Street” by Danielle L. McGuire

Book Trailer: “At the Dark End of the Street” by Danielle L. McGuire

In the March 2011 print edition of B.L.A.C., we have published an excerpt—focused on Rosa Parks—from the book: “At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistance—A New History of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power.” Watch this video to learn about the history of African-American women revealed in this powerful book by the author, Wayne State University Assistant Professor of History Danielle L. McGuire.
Added: 2011-03-10
Metro Detroiters Discuss Hair | BLAC Detroit

Metro Detroiters Discuss Hair | BLAC Detroit

Seven metro Detroit sisters, with a variety of hair textures, wearing a variety of styles, came together to share their thoughts and feeling about the complex topic of Black women’s hair.
Added: 2011-03-10

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