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Detroit’s rich history of boxing around the city has produced numerous champions including Joe Louis, Thomas Hearns and Hilmer Kentry to name a few.
As we kick off the first few weeks of 2022, Michigan politics have already brought forth some interesting changes.
A friendship sparked 30 years ago at a local radio station has paved the way for the founding of Common Chords, a Detroit-based nonprofit focusing on understanding diverse groups of people and creating connection between shared values using music.
On the one year anniversary of the assault on the United States Capitol by protestors, One Detroit Managing Editor Christy McDonald and contributors Stephen Henderson and Nolan Finley examine the aftermath of our democracy and the long term consequences of the events surrounding the 2020 election in a special one-hour episode.
One Detroit contributors Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of the Detroit News, and Stephen Henderson, host of American Black Journal, get together to reflect and talk about some of the biggest stories from the past year and what we might news stories we might expect to see in the new year.
Marvel Comic Author Saladin Ahmed Discusses New Series ‘The Spine-Tingling Spider-Man’
The aftermath of the Oxford school shooting left ripple effects across Michigan communities this past week, closing more than a dozen schools and leaving students, parents and teachers fearful and having to cope.
Tis the season to take a trip back in time for the holidays, and for Detroiters that may bring back memories of visiting Hudson’s Department Store downtown or at one of its suburban locations.
How expensive is being broke? As COVID-19 has put social safety net programs to the test and exacerbated a long-standing wealth gap, more Americans are struggling to support themselves financially.
One Detroit’s Will Glover talks with Circles USA, an organization working to lift people out of poverty, as well as those experiencing the added costs of low wages themselves to learn how better pay can push some farther away from getting the financial assistance they need.