Happy Cinco de Mayo, Detroit! As we pop open our bottles of Tequila, and set our dinner tables with taco fixin’s, let’s take a peek at Detroit’s Latinx history. How did Southwest become the culturally rich, Latinx community as we know it to be today?
Life in today's Detroit is reflected on its streets and sidewalks. The People Mover operates through a spirited city core. Cars and trucks clog intersections just as they did in the ’70s. You’d be hard-pressed to miss commuters and residents— tourists even—breezing along Woodward Avenue
Ricardo Guzman is the founder of CHASS Center, a community healthcare center that has operated for 50 years through the last half of the 20th Century in Detroit’s Hispanic-American Neighborhoods.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced last month that Sept 15 – Oct 15 will be a
Maria Elena Rodriguez is a staple in Mexicantown of Detroit, MI. A self-proclaimed “Motown Mexicana” she knows the city like few do. Here, Maria Elena takes food influencer and self-made chef Mythy, and us into her culinary world of Mexico, and Detroit, through the traditional