Church of the Messiah and Let’s Have Girl Talk Mentoring Program teamed up to take a stand against the predators, educate the community and protect our children with an event entitled, “When Sex Sells: The Truth about Human Trafficking.”
Nikki’s Ginger Tea is on the move as products line the shelves in Royal Oak at the new Meijer Woodward Corner Marketplace.
With increasing victories for black women politically, especially in Congress, there’s proof that these aspirants are worthy of future investment that closes the gap between black women’s political potential and their political power.
Detroit’s Islandview community welcomes musicians and singers seeking spaces to perform new and familiar sounds.
Pastor Barry Randolph from Islandiew’s Church of the Messiah was just named a Michiganian of the Year in this profile from Nolan Finley, One Detroit contributor and Detroit News Editorial Page Editor.
10/10/19: One Detroit – Flint Anniversary / Dingell and Upton / Almond Boneless Chicken / Skilled Trades Careers
It’s been five years since Flint switched its drinking water source to the Flint River, triggering a major health crisis in that city. In this One Detroit report, we update how residents are doing, and Stephen talks with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha about what we’ve learned and the concerns that remain.
The Eastside community continues to thrive with new businesses, ideas, and people transforming the neighborhood.
The Islandview community sets an ambitious goal to usher in gun safety through collaboration, partnerships and policy.
6/27/19: One Detroit – LGBTQ Violence & Discrimination / Lansing Headlines / Southwest Detroit / Silence the Violence
A One Detroit report on efforts by Equality Michigan to get protection from discrimination for the LGBTQ community under the state’s Elliott Larsen Civil Rights Act. Current national statistics show an uptick in hate crimes against LGBTQ individuals over the past 5 years.
“Hydroponic agriculture is really the next level technique where you’re growing in an area where there’s no soil available or where the soil’s highly contaminated,” farmhand Allie Mason said, “It’s an excellent solution when you’re living in a highly urban setting to be able to grow hydroponically and not only are we growing hydroponically but vertically so we’re maximizing the use of space.”