The veteran reporter has spent decades fighting for social good, and her latest project, The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery, is a collection of essays which aim to show that the effects of slavery remain.
Jackson tells us how she got into midwifery and why she says giving birth at home is a safe, viable option for all healthy women.
The collection of funky, laid-back instrumentals gets a revival.
This Grandmont-Rosedale shop offers everything from bridal gowns to mugs with a meaning.
An annual event featuring speakers, workshops and mini spa services is set for Saturday, March 3 in Detroit.
Following her sold-out #SheReady show, breakout comedian Tiffany Haddish met and mingled with fans and signed copies of her book, on Jan. 6 at MGM Grand Detroit.
Her Detroit showroom displays one-of-a-kind, handmade pieces as thoughtful as they are beautiful.
Rhonda Greene, Executive Director of Heritage Works Helps Families Explore African Culture Through Music,...
Dance program helps students connect with mind, body and culture through the arts.
When it hits screens on Feb. 16, Marvel's Black Panther will deal a rare double punch: A black superhero and a nearly all-black cast. For insight on the character's influence - and connection to Detroit - BLAC caught up with one of Marvel's first black illustrators.
Black women in the United States are at a disproportionately higher risk of dying during - or as a result of - childbirth. What's to blame? And what must be done to end this troubling trend here in metro Detroit?
Is wrapping ourselves in African prints and designs an appropriate way to reclaim our heritage - or is it simply more American appropriation? Delving into the African/ African-American divide over 'authentic' fashion.
Brynn is a registered nurse at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn. Timothy also works at Beaumont as a dispatcher, as well as for the Dearborn Fire Department as a firefighter and paramedic. They currently reside in Livonia and honeymooned in Barbados. Here, Brynn shares details from their wedding day.
JOURNi teaches coding and other technological skills to Detroit-area youths.
With the flu season in full swing and as intense as it's been in years, BLAC sat down with The Wellness Plan Medical Centers' chief medical officer Dr. Tiffany Sanford to discuss the ins and outs.
Freelancer Ashleigh Garrison spends a weekend at NYFW.
After thieves crashed through the Jefferson Avenue storefront, owner Clement "Fame" Brown Jr. prepares for a Detroit-style comeback.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services helps to combat the spread of the deadly hepatitis A disease amongst men who have sex with men.