Articles from the January 24, 2019 edition

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D.C. Women's March

THE AFRO - Thousands gathered Saturday to observe the third annual Women's March in D.C. The group was diverse, representing many demographics, ages and nationalities. The march started around 11... Full story


THAW launches "Funds for Feds on Furlough"

DETROIT -With weeks of dangerous temperatures ahead, The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW) is asking for help to raise funds for Michigan's federal employees to help keep their gas, electricity and water... Full story


Flying High:

Although she acknowledges setting "big goals," Sherrexcia "Rexy" Rolle said the magic really happens in the small steps it takes to reach those ambitions. "That's where the victories are won, in your... Full story


WORKERS SPEAK OUT: 'We're Being Held Hostage'

The Trump Shutdown is in its 33rd day, and hundreds of thousands of workers still don't know when their next paycheck will come. Trump's temper tantrum has forced workers to take on second jobs just t... Full story


Fake does actually exist

The major mainstream media had a bad time last week, mostly brought on by themselves. It got so bad that special counsel Robert Mueller said to basically that the story about President Trump advising... Full story


Custom Apparel Shop Celebrates One Year Anniversary

There's a quote which says, "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life." Perhaps that's what Shelley Baske was thinking when she began making and selling embroidered clo... Full story


A sound decision: MDOT purchases Detroit recording studio to preserve history

- MDOT has purchased the United Sound Studio and adjacent parking lot for $1.7 million. - The purchase was made in advance of the I-94 modernization project and subsequent replacement of the Second... Full story

 By Xavier Jones    News    January 24, 2019

Status And Condition Of America's Vietnam Veterans

The Vietnam war spanned years of global conflict. Each party viewed the war, and other parties involved with different lenses. But most veterans, historians, and civilians claim the war ended with no... Full story



Red River's first factory at the heart of Detroit's West Side, located in Harmony Village was inaugurated last week. With a estimated investment totaling $100,000, this new factory serves to meet the... Full story


Reminder to Federal Employees that UIA Offices are Open Extended Hours

DETROIT- Michelle Beebe, Senior Deputy Director, Unemployment Insurance Agency, issued a reminder today to federal employees impacted by the partial government shutdown that UIA offices are open... Full story


The Tale of the Sly Rooster and the Foolish Fox

In the pen of a large poultry farm was a sly rooster. He played tricks on the other birds on the farm, and was not very well liked. Late one afternoon, a fox slipped into the pen under the fence and... Full story


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