When will we finally get our piece of the pie? As we prepare (prayerfully sooner rather than later) for a transition of power, the question of reparations has been reignited; in our cover story, we catch up with the debate. And, we visit the city’s best black- and women-led pie shops. Detroit’s Queen of Blues Thornetta Davis chats with us for the seventh and final installment of our BLAC Legends series, we remember our black LGBTQ seniors this holiday, local comedian “Delo” Brown finds the funny, plus much more.
This Tennessean turned Detroiter spent much of her life fighting for human rights, so when she saw Detroiters struggling with water access she stood up for them.
Immunizations are a key part of keeping a community healthy and the Detroit Health Department keeps families covered through their immunization program.
Snag a graphic tee, mug or makeup pouch emblazoned with words that recognize black power.
This woman-run barbershop and spa levels up the luxury.
The permanent installation celebrates Michigan's long athletic history.
BLAC celebrates love and congratulates Nichole Yvette Jenkins-Shepard and Lance Martin Hay Sr. on their entrance into wedded bliss.
The native Detroiter recently appeared on Diddy's Funny AF.
Over 65,000 LGBTQ seniors live in Michigan alone, and black members of the community are likelier to face discrimination in health care and senior housing, and isolation.
Ascension Medical Group physician Jenese Reynolds-Gibbs, M.D. tells us what to look out for and how to support our loved ones.
Celebrating BLAC's 20th anniversary and recalling what we and the culture were up to in 2010, plus replaying our sit-down with Holly Robinson Peete.
Denise Fair accepted the role in early September and is already making strides to expand programming to keep every Detroiter healthy.