Articles from the July 13, 2023 edition

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 By Renee Summers    News    July 13, 2023

Women of Environmental Justice Event Inspires Community

On Saturday, July 8, a Legendary Women of Environmental Justice event was held at the Kemeny Recreation Center in Detroit. The event was promoted as a day of celebration, learning, connection, and... Full story

 
 By Stacy M. Brown    News    July 13, 2023

America's Ten 'Blackest' Cities Revealed

A recent report by the esteemed Brookings Institution revealed that the internal migration patterns of African Americans in the United States have contributed to "black-majority cities." These urban...

 

Launch Job Court Prosecutor Diversion Program Coming to Wayne County

DETROIT- On June 28, 2023, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel was joined by members of the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office and Goodwill Industries to officially launch the Wayne County Job Court...

 
 By Stacy M. Brown    News    July 13, 2023

Feds: Bank of America Violated Consumer Protection Rules By Double Charging Customers

Federal authorities announced on Tuesday, July 11, that Bank of America violated numerous consumer financial protection rules by double-charging customers, not distributing credit card rewards, and...

 

GREAT LAKES INSPIRED EVENT SET FOR JULY 27 AT THE DETROIT RIVER INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Great Lakes Inspired is an informal partnership of Great Lakes artists, managers and advocates seeking to strengthen and promote links between Great Lakes arts and science as a way of inspiring Great...

 

Rabies Detected in Michigan- State Officials Urge Residents to Keep Pet Vaccinated

Last month in Oakland County, a stray kitten was taken to a veterinary practice for a health examination. Initially, the nine-week old kitten appeared healthy but a few days later, the kitten became l...

 

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