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.

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

Construction will begin next year.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

Mom’s Spaghetti is serving Italian food!

Detroit Mayor To Challenge Census Results Showing Population Decline

The numbers show Black residents fell.

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

Green Dot Stables restaurant is being protested.

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.