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Articles from the March 14, 2019 edition

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 By Renee Summers    News    March 14, 2019

Citywide Night for Peace to be Held in Ecorse

The stated Mission of The United Communities of America (UCOA) is to reduce crime and violence through the promotion of peace and positive change. UCOA's Vision is to create a new consciousness to com... Full story

 By Renee Summers    News    March 14, 2019

Westland Winter Jamboree Chases Away the Winter Doldrums

The 2019 Winter Jamboree hosted by the Norwayne Community Citizens Council was held last month. On Saturday, February 23, local families were treated to a free event held at the Jefferson Barnes Commu... Full story


AHRC says stop hazardous waste storage and dumping of radioactive waste in Wayne County

AHRC calls on Attorney General Dana Nessel to investigate the over-concentration of hazardous waste storage and dumping of radioactive waste in Wayne County: The American Human Rights Council... Full story


AaKhirah Reid Wins 50th America & Me Essay Contest

America and Me, is an essay contest held every year by Farm Bureau Insurance Company. The contest is meant to celebrate eighth grade students across the state of Michigan. 2018's subject was "Heroes... Full story


Pi Day Event Promises Fun and Learning for Local Students

Many an adult can recall having endured middle or high school math classes in which pi, symbolized, π, was used in mathematical calculations. Pi is a number situated between 3 and 4, with the value... Full story


Hey Black Child

LaDreme Stinson recited the poem Hey Black Child during the Black History program at Love Joy Missionary Baptist Church in River Rouge Hey Black Child Countee Cullen Hey black child to you know who... Full story


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