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Articles from the October 29, 2020 edition

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Why the 2020 Vote Matters More than Ever to African Americans

Her father survived Jim Crow and saw the evolution of the vote in America, so Lex Scott speaks from a unique perspective when she champions African Americans' historical significance casting their bal...

 

MAYOR MIKE DUGGAN AND COUNCIL HAS PLAN TO HELP OVER TAX ASSESSED DETROITERS

Mayor Mike Duggan has joined five co-sponsoring members of City Council to announce a comprehensive plan to recognize and prioritize Detroit homeowners negatively impacted by property tax over-assessments from 2010-2013. Today, a resolution...

 

You Have The Right To VOTE; Now use it!

.It is the year 2020, and the General Election is less than a week away. Are you going to vote in the election. I hope so. This brief history explains what transpired in order for you to have 'the...

 

OP-ED: Black Voters Cannot Afford Four More Years of Trump

In 2016, then-candidate Donald J. Trump asked African Americans, "what the hell do you have to lose," by supporting his campaign. Nearly four years later, the answer is painfully clear: a hell of a...

 

Are you still ridin' with Biden?

We saw the last 2020 presidential debate last week and it was pretty balanced and tame than the first debate. But one thing popped out during the debate that made everyone heads spin. He said that he...

 

Faith and Community Leaders to Government Officials: Protect the Vote, Count the Votes

WASHINGTON – Faith leaders from across Michigan joined a group of more than 1,100 faith and community leaders representing communities in all 50 states today as a part of a joint call for federal,...

 

Michigan judge sides with open-carry of firearms at polling stations

(Reuters) - A Michigan judge sided with gun-rights advocates on Tuesday in allowing the open carrying of firearms at Election Day polling sites, blocking enforcement of an order by state authorities...

 

Family-Run Hot Dog Stand Navigates an Uncertain Season

Tommy Ruark has enjoyed cooking since he was a teenager. The 26-year old Westland resident says it has always been a hobby, so when some retiring neighbors who ran a mobile hot dog stand were...

 

MDHHS makes COVID-19 recommendations about Halloween trick-or-treating, celebrations

To help ensure the only thing scary about Halloween is the costumes, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has issued guidance on how to safely celebrate the holiday during the...

 

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