Detroit

Black Detroit Man, 62, Headed To Ukraine: 'I'm Actually Going To Fight'

African Americans have ‘a history of standing for what is right,’ the U.S. Army veteran says.
03/09/2022

Historic Factory In Detroit Will Be Converted To Mixed-Income Housing Units

Construction will begin next year.
03/08/2022

Man Identified By Sneakers In TikTok Video Busted For Robbery Spree In Detroit Area

Investigator recognized the white Nike sneakers Chozen Terrell-Hannah wore in a dance video, the FBI says.
03/03/2022

Michigan Home Where Malcolm X Once Lived Added To National Register Of Historic Places

There are plans to turn the once-abandoned house in disrepair into a museum.
02/03/2022

8 Critical Mayoral Elections Happening In U.S. Cities

From Seattle to New York and several cities in between, voters will decide in major races who will lead them.
11/01/2021

Once Closed Detroit HBCU Makes Plans To Reopen, Giving Innovative Tuition-Free Opportunities For Design Students

Lewis College of Business had a long history in the Motor City before closing. But a footwear industry veteran is partnering with another well respected institution to resurrect it.
10/26/2021

Eminem Opens New Restaurant Based On Iconic Line From “Lose Yourself”

Mom’s Spaghetti is serving Italian food!
09/29/2021

Detroit Mayor To Challenge Census Results Showing Population Decline

The numbers show Black residents fell.
08/18/2021

Black Employee Fired After White Co-Worker Was Offended By The Term ‘Light Skin’

Green Dot Stables restaurant is being protested.
05/27/2021

NAACP Image Awards: 4 Reasons Reverend Dr. Wendell Anthony Proved He Was The Activist of the Year

He has been an activist in Detroit for over 30 years.
04/07/2021