Articles from the June 18, 2020 edition
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Prayer Walk for Peace and Equality Extends Through Four Communities
Burning Bush International Ministries of Westland hosted a peaceful protest and prayer walk on Sunday, June 14. The walk was held in honor of George Floyd, who was killed on May 25 by a Minneapolis... Full story
Michigan emerged as national leader' in COVID-19 mitigation
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said Michigan is standing out in its aggressive measures to fight COVID-19. In a press conference Wednesday, Whitmer said the aggressive actions protected families... Full story
A new group of activist is here
I have been watching a lot of TV over the last three weeks and I have noticed something. A new group of activists has arisen. I have seen the passion, as they spoke so eloquently about things that are... Full story
Faith and Common-Sense, Ways to Fight Coronavirus "I was Just Thinking"
Fannie Mae Miles Bradford, at 89, has experienced more in her lifetime than many of the government officials who are advising us about our lives today. So, Mrs. Bradford is approaching the...
SENIOR STAR Roosevelt Williams
Romulus resident Roosevelt Williams is this week's Senior Star. Mr. Williams, 79, was born in Tallulah, Louisiana. His parents were both from the south and moved the family to Ecorse when he was... Full story
Western Wayne County NAACP, CWW Leaders Announce Partnerships for Progress Listening Tour
Westland – The 18 Conference of Western Wayne (CWW) Mayors and Supervisors, Western Wayne County Police Chiefs and Western Wayne County NAACP today announced the "Partnerships for Progress... Full story
Russell Simmons Leads Hip-Hop Elite in Praising New Police Reform Legislation
In the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, the hip-hop community has rallied behind proposed new legislation to reform American policing. Def Jam Founder Russell Simmons has led a coalition... Full story