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Even in my own household, my mother would say, ‘What’s said in our house, stays in our house.’ I think the millennial generation is exposing the truth – that it’s OK to seek therapy.


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Diana Ross

Free & Cheap Things to Do This Week

Events in and around Detroit, all under $20, sure to tickle your fancy without hurting your wallet.

Wedded Bliss: Tamekia and Delvis Nixon

BLAC celebrates loves and congratulates Tamekia and Delvis Nixon on their entrance into wedded bliss.

Passport Scholarship Program Aims to Break Shackles and Help Black Bodies Move Freely

Sirrita Darby's Wanderlust Revolution covers the application and processing cost of a U.S. passport.
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Man Weaves: Do You Hate It or Are You Here for It?

The rug is nothing new, but we're seeing more and more average Joe Blacks partake, and everyone's got an opinion.

5 Movies You Should See on Race

'Green Book' won the Oscar for best picture, and some (Spike Lee) were pissed. Was this a missed opportunity to celebrate a film about race? Wayne State University professor Dr. Melba Joyce Boyd offers her take and gives us her must-sees.

SEEN Photo Gallery: Women Thrive Conference

On Feb. 4, amazing ladies from various sectors convened at MGM Grand Detroit for a day of informative workshops, keynote addresses and networking. At the end of which, MichBusiness celebrated and honored women leaders of the workplace who make significant contributions to their fields and communities with an awards ceremony.

SEEN Photo Gallery: 27th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration Brunch

On Jan. 19, United Negro College Fund invited the community to The Whittier in Detroit to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. During a brunch themed 'Lighting the Way to Better Futures,' Emmy Award-winning journalist Ed Gordon served as keynote speaker. The event honored community change-makers.