We celebrate BLAC’s 20th anniversary by looking back at 1999, our first year in this magazine game. In the fourth installment of our BLAC Legends series, we chat with UAW Vice President Rory Gamble on the future of the union, and we take a look at the fight for Planned Parenthood’s Title X funding, plus more!
The org utilizes a network of teachers to provide education, support and opportunity for students.
The author and founder of Enroll Detroit has turned her pain into purpose.
The luxury inn opened last year in Detroit headed by sisters Francina and Roderica James.
Owner Nicole Bien-Aime is about inclusivity and modern fashion.
The nonprofit org aims to provide basic resources and teach financial literacy to help girls transition to independent living.
The Renaissance Choir will perform at the Charles H. Wright Museum on April 19.
The hotline is available Monday through Thursday to help parents with the nightly homework routine.
Dreaming of straighter teeth? Superior Orthodontics offers professional and personalized oral care that can give you a smile that will change your life.
The doctor and the team at the family-owned Hamzavi Canton Dermatology offer a patient-centered approach to skin and hair care.
Measles can lead to ear infections, dehydration, pneumonia and death.
We're celebrating BLAC's 20th anniversary and looking back at 1999, the year that started it all.
Planned Parenthood is in a fight to keep the federal funding that so many low-income men and women depend on for basic reproductive and sexual health care.
Composer and professor of music Robert A. Harris and philanthropist Dr. William F. Pickard were honored during this black-tie affair.
Wayne County Community College District held a dedication and naming ceremony for the new Dr. Curtis L. Ivery Central Educational Complex on March 14 at the Downtown Campus atrium.