Articles from the January 18, 2024 edition

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 By Selen Ozturk    News    January 18, 2024

As Voters Head to Polls Worldwide, What Role for Diaspora Communities?

With 2024 being the biggest election year in history - as over 70 countries with over four billion people send citizens to the polls - the role of diaspora is more crucial than ever. At a Friday, Janu...

 

All we need is us

If you know me, then you have heard me say over and over that we must support our local businesses. I say it and I put it in the Telegram each week. The survival of our local businesses starts with...

 

Civil Rights Leaders 2024 Insights on Martin Luther King's Courage

During his short life, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stepped on all kinds of powerful toes in his fight for civil rights, and he was a courageous and determined leader who refused to let prison or...

 

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) announce applications for 2024 Scholarships and Summer Internship programs!

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) is excited to announce that applications are now open for our 2024 Scholarships and Summer Internship programs! If you're a student, we invite you to...

 

GreenStone offering up to $60,000 in scholarships for students in agriculture

EAST LANSING, MICH. (January 8, 2024) – GreenStone Farm Credit Services believes investing in the future of agriculture and natural resources is a crucial step towards sustainability in the...

 

Nick Marsh: Megatron Migrates to Michigan State

For the past four years it has been easy to hear the name Nick Marsh. It was first heard on Detroit's east side and nurtured in the City of River Rouge. Where he spent his time as a student, and...

 

President Biden Accelerates Student Debt Relief with Early Implementation of SAVE Plan

The president asserted that his administration's SAVE plan has helped 3.6 million Americans by canceling their student debt. Again, attempting to fulfill a key promise made during his 2020 campaign,...

 

MLK Jr.'s fight for fair pay resonates with MI service workers

Michigan food service workers are commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today, bringing to mind their own, more recent battle for fair wages and benefits. They are among the low-wage workers who...

 

City of River Rouge Offers Water Bill Amnesty Program

The Mayor and City Council will again offer the Past-Due Water Bill Penalty Amnesty Program. Anyone that has a past due water bill from 2023 or before that pays the amount In Full after receiving...

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE 2024 CHEVROLET DETROIT GRAND PRIX PRESENTED BY LEAR

DETROIT, Mich. (January 17, 2024) – Building on the momentum of a record-breaking Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear in the event's return to the Streets of Downtown Detroit in 2023,...

 

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