As tensions have risen in Afghanistan over the last several months, more than a thousand Afghan refugees are expected to seek shelter in parts of Michigan including the state’s west side, Lansing and Ypsilanti as more Afghanistan families evacuate their Middle Eastern homes to begin new lives.
In celebration of Black History Month, host Stephen Henderson explores the legacy of of Horace Sheffield, Jr., a trailblazer in the African American labor union movement.
One Detroit’s Arts & Culture team sat down with key members from the upcoming performance to find out what audiences can expect and hear how the message of “Fiddler on the Roof,” continues to apply today.
One Detroit contributor and American Black Journal host Stephen Henderson checks in with marketing consultant Mark S. Lee, president of The Lee Group, MI LLC, on where diversity, equity and inclusion are in the workplace.
Born in Detroit and electrified by fire, Virgil Taylor has been creating for most of his life, but despite crafting wearable items, Taylor considers himself a metalworker and not a jeweler.
Host Stephen Henderson examines the results of an independent study from the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice showing African Americans were stopped by Michigan State Police troopers at disproportionately high rates in 2020.
Host Stephen Henderson continues American Black Journal’s “The Black Church in Detroit” series with the 12th installment exploring the role and services provided by Black churches in Detroit for incarcerated men and women, and their families, as well as exonerated former inmates re-entering society.
American Black Journal Host Stephen Henderson leads a wide-ranging roundtable discussion around some of the biggest current events catching headlines in the new year.
Host Stephen Henderson sits down with Black Leaders Detroit Founder Dwan Dandridge to talk about how his organization is trying to level the economic playing field for Black-owned businesses and African American entrepreneurs through financial support.
One year after protesters stormed inside the United States Capitol Jan. 6 with hopes to attack the country’s electoral process, host Stephen Henderson sits down with 14th District Michigan Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence to recount how it felt to be inside the Capitol during the insurrection.