As the state of Michigan continues its COVID-19 vaccination process, a study from the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy and the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices found that Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Task Force on Racial Disparities has made a lasting impact. According to
The last six months have seen increased use of hand sanitizer, a lessening of daily errands, and “mask” being added to the panicked “keys, wallet, phone” check before we leave our house. Retail store owners, however, are being affected on a great scale by the pandemic.
Detroit is coming back. Every day that passes seems to bring something new to the city-wide canvas of small businesses and restaurants. Now, during the pandemic and as the Black Lives Matter Movement continues to surge, Detroitisit has decided to take a closer look into
The shortage of proper personal protection equipment (PPE) when it comes to the COVID-19 response is quite frankly, very appalling. As a first-world country, shouldn't we have access to such things? Small and mid-size businesses are stepping up to the fact that most of our
It’s easy to drive right by the non-descript building in Vreeland, Michigan, you might even miss the sign that reads, “Ford.” Until a few weeks ago, the facility was idled, like most all North American automotive operations, due to efforts to control the coronavirus pandemic.