DEI workplace efforts, Ebiara Fund for minority developers
Examining the Black church’s role providing relief, support and hope during the holidays.
Black women entrepreneurs, Birwood Wall, Detroit Bass Day, and Tyrone Winfrey’s passing.
A law firm marks 50 years, the Detroit Doll show returns, and the Army faces shortages.
“American Black Journal” and BridgeDetroit examine home repair needs in Detroit.
“The Black Church in Detroit” series examines the church’s role in politics and elections.
DPSCD’s COVID recovery, Forgotten Harvest CEO’s future, Black Greek letter organizations
Black Midwest Symposium comes to Detroit, Detroit Artists Market, State of the Hood summit
Detroit Black Film Festival, September is Black Reading Month | Episode 5038
Detroit Chapter of NABJ celebrates 40 years. Michigan Barber Schools reflects on 75 years.
The “Black Church in Detroit” hosts a roundtable on the church’s role with youth and relig
“Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations,” and the legacy of WGPR-TV 62.
The state of DEI efforts in the workplace and the new Ebiara Fund for minority developers.
Black Church’s role reducing gun violence, Plowshares Theatre “Hastings Street” musical
ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day, COTS 40th Anniversary and drummer Aisha Ellis performs.
Black Church in Detroit: Gospel Music in the Black Church | Episode 5026
Juneteenth celebration, reducing racial equity gaps, and “Boys Come First” novel.
The Midwest Invitational Rodeo, a new Detroit Riverfront park and trumpeter Kris Johnson.
Buffalo Grocery Store Shooting/Rising Cost of Water | Episode 5021