In our cover story, we take a look at the historical atrocities and more recent injustices that have cultivated a distrust of the medical industry amongst black America. The remedy may be simple: More black people in white coats. We round up a bunch of easy summer reads, movies and TV shows sure to help you escape the heat. Aleiya Lindsey and Amani Olu prepare to unleash Detroit Art Week on the city, Desiree Cooper lifts the veil off ‘The Tetra,’ two murals go up at the Music Hall, plus much more.
Will we even be believed when we complain of what ails us? Too few black doctors means that our cries of pain are often downplayed, if not outright ignored and, in turn, left improperly treated. We need more black people in white coats.
A commitment to others drives this seasoned Detroit lawyer to assist in providing asylum-seekers with resources that will help them settle into the community.
Symptoms include sudden weakness, numbness, slurring words, or mental confusion.
Esoteric messages from these secret senders seem to say all the right things.
TWC’s eastside location is now equipped to deal with psychiatric and addiction needs that are non-emergent but require immediate attention.
The legend Stevie Wonder adorns the venue’s south-facing wall.
The water park opened in Chandler Park Memorial Day weekend.
Michigan Opera Theatre invited guests to dress in "creative black tie" and celebrate the connection between the theater and Detroit's residents during this much-anticipated annual fundraising soiree.
Celebrating BLAC's 20th anniversary and remembering what we and the culture were up to in 2005, plus remembering our sit-down with Detroit's up-and-coming anchorwomen.