New grants for Michigan’s prison education programs, dollar store blight in Detroit, some little-known Black history. Plus, upcoming weekend events.
Two local nonprofits offers resources for helping the homeless during the holidays. Plus, Cranbrook Art Museum unveils an exhibit on Black life in Detroit.
A look at Washtenaw Community College’s FAME program. Conversations for Family Caregivers Month and Native American Heritage Month. Plus, weekend events.
A growing trend of young Black Americans are embracing spirituality over religion. Orlando Bailey talks with three ministers about evolving faith practices.
Blast Detroit’s EV training program. A clash over industry near Riverside Park. Artist Dominic Pangborn’s final exhibit. Plus, holiday events this weekend.
The Area Agency on Aging 1-B discusses National Family Caregivers Month. Plus, details on the 10th annual Black Friday Scholarship Bootcamp in Detroit.
Michigan veterans make a push to rename PTSD, opera tenor George Shirley, the history and future of Sanders Bumpy Cake, and events around town this weekend.
The Children’s Center announces a new CEO. A conversation on access and equity in higher education. Plus, an EV Mobility training program in Detroit.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer discusses Michigan’s population. A book talk with Adam Mansbach. The “Three Chaplains” film. Plus, weekend events around town.
The “Black Church in Detroit” talks with three Detroit pastors about the Israel-Hamas conflict and its impact on interfaith relationships.