This Saturday, June 19th, is America’s 155th annual recognition of the abolition of slavery, celebrated as Juneteenth. Just this week President Joe Biden signed a bill declaring Juneteenth as a national holiday, but if 2020’s BLM protests have taught us anything it's that even with
Speaking from the new Stellantis $1.6 billion Mack Assembly Plant, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan delivered his eighth State of the City address, where he approached a multitude of topics from vaccines to gun violence and employment to housing.
Standing inside the new plant, Duggan touted the
The need for diversity and inclusion is not lost on many Americans. The election of Vice President Kamala Harris provided a source of inspiration to women and people of color alike. However, inspiration itself is rarely enough. For Detroit’s 78% Black majority population, Black mentorship
After a year that saw the fight for social justice erupt across the American cultural sphere, museums are approaching a topic not frequently at the forefront of the conversation, how to align marginalized voices better and create a more community-centered museum experience. Honing in on the topic
The third executive budget of Governor Whitmer's term in leadership has been unveiled, with a heavy focus on schools, infrastructure and getting Michigan back to work. The budget for 2022 aims to work alongside Whitmer’s Michigan COVID Recovery Plan that was released in January by