One Detroit visits The Kitchen by Cooking with Que. A medical device company makes waves in caregiving. Detroit’s fashion status. Plus, weekend events.
Detroit’s oldest gay bar Gigi’s celebrates 50 years. The 40th African World Festival. Plus, highlights from the 60th anniversary Detroit Walk to Freedom.
American Black Journal’s “Black Church in Detroit” series examines the role of the city’s religious community in the 1963 Detroit Walk to Freedom.
Ahead of the unveiling, One Detroit contributor Orlando Bailey, engagement director for BridgeDetroit, talked with Watts and Riley about the statue unveiling, how art can be used as a way to reflect history, the historical importance of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech in Detroit, and how the statue will serve as a centerpiece for the community.
American Black Journal looks ahead to the Detroit NAACP’s 60th anniversary commemoration of the Detroit Walk to Freedom.
Reflecting on the 1963 Detroit Walk to Freedom. Gen Z talks about the future of work. Plus, the Silence the Violence march and weekend events.
The Michigan Department of Civil Rights’ 2023 Civil Rights Summit. The Wright Museum’s Juneteenth celebrations. Plus, jazz artist Saxappeal.
American Black Journal explores the various roles Detroit’s Black churches played in Black liberation and empowerment throughout history.
One Detroit brings you key conversations from the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 2023 Mackinac Policy Conference in a special one-hour episode.
A look at ministers’ mental health. The 16th annual Silence the Violence march. Plus, the Detroit Branch NAACP’s June Jubilee events.