With church attendance and religious affiliation on a steady decline amongst young people, we wonder: Will millennials be the saviors of the black church – or its crucifiers? And we profile African Ancestry and look at how its DNA tests are connecting us to our tribes, and we do away with the same old Thanksgiving blah blah blah and instead reimagine an updated meal, plus much more!
Turkey and mashed potatoes are so last 400 years.
In connection with the museum's Oh You Fancy! exhibition, the city's most stylish gathered at the Charles H. Wright Museum on Oct. 6 for a night of music, celebrity, culinary arts and more. This exclusive event was held to honor the impact that African-Americans in the hair and fashion industry have made on political consciousness, social awareness and beauty trends.
The former Detroit Lion and wife say combatting sexual assault and supporting survivors is everyone's responsibility.
While 63 percent of African-Americans born between 1928 and 1945 are associated with a historically black denomination, just 41 percent of black millennials have the same association.
Driver hopes to broaden the scope of what a charitable organization can really be. United Way has been around since 1887, but there's still plenty of work to do, especially in Detroit.
More than just a general region, African Ancestry can offer you your country of origin and your tribe.
A new exhibition explores Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings and life at the Monticello plantation.
The oldest black sorority is more than just pink, green and parties.
The nonprofit makes connections in the community to provide resources for youth.
The department is working to combat this issue from the grassroots.
The program premiered on Sept. 13 and brings together Christy McDonald, Stephen Henderson and Nolan Finley.
This mobile, kid-friendly party bus is all about fun and self-esteem.
The beloved former reporter is solidifying his legacy.