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MICRC Maps Violate the Voting Rights Act, Must be Redrawn

LANSING, MI-Dr. Jerome Reide, Legislative Liaison for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, has released Department analysis showing the five proposed electoral maps offered by the Michigan...

 

Plan to Move Families Out of Poverty is Working

LANSING. – With nearly four million households struggling to make ends meet in Michigan, the Michigan Poverty Task Force celebrates movement on recommendations and over $220M in additional...

 

Pope Francis Center Holds Ceremonial Groundbreaking for New Bridge Housing Campus

The Pope Francis Center recently marked the first step toward ending chronic homelessness in Detroit with a ceremonial groundbreaking at the future site of its Bridge Housing Campus. The outdoor...

 

How to Have Happy and Healthy Holiday Gatherings: Tips to Minimize Your COVID-19 Risk

This holiday season will be aspecial time for which we've been anxiously waiting to visit parents, grandparents, other family members, and friends. During this time, it's important that we as Black...

 

Former Minneapolis Cop Derek Chauvin Pleads Guilty to Violating George Floyd's Civil Rights

Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd, would rather spend 25 years in federal prison than 15 in a state penitentiary. The disgraced cop who infamously kneeled...

 

The Birth & The Shepherds

Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world in those days. (This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone...

 

Westland Police Department Swears in New Officer, Cole Rice

WESTLAND - On Monday, December 6, the Westland Police Department swore in their newest member, Officer Cole Rice. Rice grew up in Garden City and graduated from Garden City High School. He went on to...

 

Seven Students Charged in Wayne County School Cases

Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged four juvenile respondents today. The four cases involved alleged threats of violence against multiple Wayne County Schools. Juveniles do not receive adult sentences....

 

Nominations Encouraged for Michigan Lottery's Excellence in Education Awards to Honor Outstanding Educators

Parents, students, school staff members, and others are encouraged to nominate outstanding public-school educators for the Michigan Lottery's 2021-22 Excellence in Education awards. All public-school...

 

What Every Small Business Owner Should Know Today

(StatePoint) Given how much has changed about the way people do business over the last few years, experts say it may be time for entrepreneurs to rethink how they store and protect company data, and...

 

Brenda Clark York recognized by City of Ecorse

Ecorse resident, Brenda Clark-York, was recognized during a council meeting for her dedication to the City of Ecorse. They thanked her for selflessness time and energy to help beautifying the City....

 

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