Cannabis kids rejoice as legal recreational marijuana sales continue in Michigan, but questions still loom like: What happens to the Black bodies still locked up on weed charges – and to the ones whose prior conviction may bar them access to this new industry? Plus, local financial experts give us tips to take control of our financial futures and maybe help narrow the racial wealth gap. We show you how to make your home eco-friendly in a few simple moves, take you to a church turned café, introduce you to a 12-year-old author and much more!
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As cannabis kids rejoice, uncertainties about social equity, justice and industry still loom.
The racial wealth gap is steadily widening, but we can do things to help build wealth and get control of our financial futures.
Celebrate Earth Day and make your home eco-friendly – while saving money.
A new book by Annie Finch delivers abortion stories from some of our most loved writers.
‘Say a Little Prayer’ tells Alicen’s story of her battle to communicate.
Symptoms vary but may include painful urination, lower abdominal pain or pain during sex.
The Chicago-born flower shop hand delivers and will donate a quarter of its profits to local charities.
‘District Sessions’ showcases local musical talent.
Through five neighborhood hubs – with over 40 different programs – the Detroit Area Agency on Aging is redefining adult health and wellness in Detroit.
To close the Frankenmuth Rink at Campus Martius for the season and usher in spring, guests showed up March 6-8 ready to ice skate and party, silent disco-style.
This Detroit Health Department program assigns mentors to moms to be in an effort to decrease the infant and maternal mortality rates, and foster healthy families.
Med student Zoë Indigo Smith designed this cute mug as a way to motivate health care workers.
Detroit Health Department Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair shares the department’s efforts against COVID-19 and helps us stay healthy.
This mother’s son was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, which led her to form a support system for African American parents and families also affected by autism.