Kym Worthy reflects on the 30th anniversary of Malice Green’s murder by Detroit police.
Revisit a “Detroit Black Journal” episode from 1993 on the Malice Green murder case.
Examining the state of DEI efforts in the workplace after George Floyd’s death.
A new fund plans to target and help Detroit’s minority real estate developers.
Detroit Public Schools Executive Director of Community Affairs Tyrone Winfrey passes away.
The wall was installed to separate housing for whites from African American neighborhoods.
The 9th annual celebration features spoken word poetry from the "Papa Was Project."
Black women entrepreneurs face unique business challenges | Episode 5046/Segment 1
The army's low recruitment of youth has caused a soldier shortage. Bill Kubota reports.
Lewis & Munday, P.C., located in Detroit, marks its 50th anniversary in the Motor City.
Visit the 2022 Detroit Doll Show at Marygrove Conservancy from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Nov. 12.
Nearly 37,630 Detroit homes need major repairs, but residents face financial barriers.
Learn more about Detroit’s home repair program and whether you’re eligible for assistance.
Forgotten Harvest CEO Kirk Mayes has announced he’s stepping down at the end of 2022.
Forgotten Harvest CEO Kirk Mayes’ Extended Interview | Episode 5042/Extended Segment
COVID recovery, absenteeism, and investing in infrastructure: A look at DPSCD’s future.
Tour Detroit’s Black fraternities and sororities and learn about their contributions.
Michigan Barber Schools Reflects on 75 Years of Teaching