Articles from the December 27, 2018 edition

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Starfish's Parenthood Program Guides Teen Parents to a Positive Future

Being a parent is a full-time job. It's not an easy one, and these days there are many who simply walk away from the responsibility. But take heart; there are those who are up to the challenge. Just...

 

Latest Attack to Michigan's Water

Hamtramck, MI - This Thursday morning at 11 am, leaders will gather, at the Piast Institute in Hamtramck, to speak out against legislation that would allow for the increased dumping of fracking waste...

 

Sybrina Fulton Receives Honorary Doctorate Degree From Benedict College

Ever since the tragic death of her son Trayvon Martin six years ago, Sybrina Fulton has become a powerful voice for social justice. She was recently honored by Benedict College in South Carolina with...

 

Are you ready for 2019

As this year comes to an end and we begin to celebrate KWANZAA and New Year’s, its time for reflection over 2018. In most cases, this is a time to socialize with family and friends. We will eat,...

 

State Representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo responds to gutting of public school funding

LANSING - This morning, during a marathon final session that lasted nearly 22 hours, the Michigan House rushed through legislation that will divert more than $141 million dollars away from the school...

 

President Trump and Republicans Shut Down U.S. Government Forcing Hundreds of Thousands of Workers to Go Without Pay During the Holidays

WASHINGTON – Early this morning, the U.S. federal government partially shut down following President Trump and his fellow Republican's failure to pass a budget. Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) is...

 

Joshua Rogers Presents A Christmas Giveback

In Mr. Roger's neighborhood it is all about the kids. On December 15 the community came out to prove just that. At the home of All God's People Ministries located at 25295 Chippendale in Roseville,...

 

Greater Middle MBC and Highland Park police department support students

An anonymous donor has partnered with Rev. Arthur Willis from Greater Middle MBC for the past four years to be a blessing to families in the community at Christmas time.. This year they chose...

 

African American Senators Push First Federal Lynching Bill Through U.S. Senate

On December 19th, the U.S. Senate finally passed the first anti-lynching bill in history. The bill, entitled the Justice for Victims of Lynching Act of 2018, was passed by a voice vote. Should it...

 

THE VOTES ARE IN

The Blossoming Ladies Mentor Program has been doing some awesome things in the community. They held a Summer Leadership Program for boys and girls, they held a youth beauty pageant and they are...

 

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