On Friday, Feb. 23, Former State Representative Shanelle Jackson (D-Detroit) formally announced her candidacy for U.S. Congress in Michigan’s13th Congressional District.
Another day, another Subway creep exposed.
“We are grateful to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for their leadership on racial equity in Detroit and nationwide,” said Professor Peter J. Hammer, director of the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights. “Their support of DEAL is strengthening a network for social change that has the power to transform southeast Michigan.”
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Are you hungry but you just don’t feel like moving? Well, DoorDash might be the answer you’re looking for. The company that delivers food straight to your door (for a small fee, of course), will enter the downtown Detroit market by the end of the month.
From left: Malinda Jensen, senior VP of Gov. Affairs, DEGC; Ellis Carr, president and CEO, Capital Impact Partners; Greg Tedder, executive vice president and chief community development and marketing officer, MEDC; Peter Scher, head of corporate responsibility, JP- Morgan Chase & Co.; Matthew Hessler, 7.Liv owner and developer; Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan; Roy McCalister Jr., City Council District 2; and Marcia Ventura, senior vice president, Invest Detroit, celebrate the Livernois – 7 Mile groundbreaking.
Mixed-use redevelopment along the Livernois Avenue of Fashion to open in 2019
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Detroit Police Chief James Craig speaks at press conference after multiple shooting
Pastor Tolan J. Morgan Sr., who once served as senior pastor of New St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit for 14 years, returns to the Motor City to lead and preach at the much anticipated “Move of God Winter Revival Worship.” The revival is this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night, Feb. 27, 28 and March 1 at Third New Hope Baptist Church, 12850 Plymouth Rd. (corner of Steel) in Detroit. Revival services begin each night at 7:00 p.m.
If you thought sex toys weren’t interesting enough, one company is here to please your sensual side and hungry appetite.
The adult entertainment company CamSoda presents the “RubGrub.” It’s an interactive vibrator that allows you to order food once you’re done satisfying your sexual needs.
Sacramento, Calif. – Sacramento Black History Month Expo kicks off its annual celebration on Friday, Feb. 23 from 1-5 p.m., with a Farm to Fork Friday celebration at the Cal Expo Event Center in Sacramento.
As we reported earlier today, Mo’Nique appeared on The Breakfast Club for a tense interview about her Netflix boycott and her allegedly difficult reputation. She laid into Charlamagne for labeling her the Donkey of the Day, she attacked Black media for not supporting her and she snapped on Angela Yee for bringing up her difficult reputation. However, if you were listening, you missed the uncomfortable moment that went down when they went off air.
New York University (NYU) is reportedly one of the most overpriced schools in the country. Back in 2011, The Village Voice alleged NYU created more student debt than any other American university. Considering the millions NYU sucks dry from students, you would think the so-called liberal university would get one thing right during Black History Month: Don’t create a “Black” menu with Kool-Aid and watermelon. Yes, this happened.