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
In a perfect world, all of our differences are celebrated. We listen to each other and learn from one another, all in order to grow together. Though the world we live in is far from perfect, maybe we can bring each other just a few
This is nothing new, and that's why change needs to happen.
On March 16th, a series of mass shootings led to the death of 8 people, six of which were women of Asian descent. Backlash of the Asian American community began almost immediately, stemming both from
While protests over the murder of George Floyd and systemic police brutality continue across the United States, 10 CEO's from Detroit’s largest companies gathered to issue a statement on racism and injustice. Joining Mayor Mike Duggan and Rev. Wendell Anthony at a morning press conference,