Dickerson, 53, of Farmington Hills, is carrying on her father’s passion for helping others with her role as Region 1A director for the UAW. She is the first Black woman to be in the position.
A community garden in Highland Park is at the center of a land dispute between a developer and nonprofit Avalon Village.
Decades after a freeway construction tore through Detroit’s Black Bottom and Paradise Valley, Black Detroiters need major investments, report says.
In recognition the March on Washington 60th anniversary, “The Black Church in Detroit” series explores the state of civil rights today.
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The 33rd annual Mack Alive parade takes place Saturday at 10 a.m., starting at Mack and St. Jean and ending at Genesis Lutheran Church, 7200 Mack Avenue.
A city authority will take another 60 days to consider a traffic plan eastsiders worry would increase trucks. They already see more than 450 trucks a day
The synagogue moved into the landmark Griswold building in 1964, during a period of transition for Detroit’s Jewish community from the city into the suburbs. Now, the younger generation is returning.
A recent history and a list of free, public group bike rides in Detroit
The Belle Isle Swim Club meets every Friday at 7 a.m. to swim, hang out, and drink free coffee.