June 2018

June 2018

One of Detroit’s oldest motorcycle clubs fights against gang myths, we take a look at rising black gun ownership, fatherless fathers end the cycle, plus more!

Hometown Hero: Educator Tambrelyn Quick is Committed to Helping Children ‘Soar’

The Education Trust-Midwest's Center for Excellence Teaching and Learning instructor says children are her calling.

t.Lab Global Accelerated Learning Centers Uses Education Strategies and Preparatory Work to Get Students...

This program seeks to raise ACT scores and student engagement to prepare youth for a dynamic global economy.

Detroit Motorcycle Club Boogie Down MC Fights to Dispel ‘Gang’ Myths While Serving the...

One of the oldest biker clubs in Detroit talks culture, community and camaraderie.

Local Fatherless Fathers Commit to Ending the Cycle of Fatherless Children

These dads hope to redefine the perception of black fatherhood not only for themselves, but for their communities.

Exploring the Rise of African-American Gun Ownership

Some people are using the Second Amendment to protect themselves, but can we really fight fire with fire?

Detroit Proper: It’s the Vote That Counts

Desiree Cooper reminds of our civic and community responsibility.

Health Advice from Ascension Michigan: The Importance of Colonoscopies

Dr. Alexandria Conley Glenn walks us through the crucial procedure.

Student-Authored ‘Forbidden Tears’ Addresses Trauma with a Collection of Essays, Poems and Narratives

Led by English teacher Sirrita Darby, Detroit Preparatory High School students tackle their grief.

Detroit Sip Coffee Shop Serves Local Product in ‘a Calm Atmosphere’

Owner Jevona Watson says you need not go downtown for a great cup of joe.

Sexy Summer Sunglasses

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fliest of the them all?

ILERA Apothecary Boasts Natural Skin Care Products and Sustainability

The Detroit-based brand is committed to giving back to the environment.

A Look Back at the Remarkable Legacy of Soon-to-Retire UAW-Ford Vice President Jimmy Settles

Settles' colleagues reflect on the 50-year veteran's work ethic and community commitment.

MoGo Introduces Street Skills Classes to Make Every Bicycler Feel Safe

The bike sharing service wants confident riders.

SEEN Photo Gallery: 63rd Annual NAACP Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner

On May 6, the Detroit Branch NAACP invited guests to Cobo Center in Detroit for its 63rd annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner, themed "We Can’t Rest Now, The Stakes Are Too High!" U.S. Sen. Cory Booker served as keynote speaker for this evening meant to recognize community influencers and remind of our civil responsibility within the current political climate.

Golden Grooming Co. Offers Natural Body Care for Men of Color

Abdul Golden's product line is custom-built for the grown and sexy black man.

Family Assistance for Renaissance Men Ushers in a New Father’s Day

FARM seeks to reunite dads with their children by fostering growth through accountability and skill building.

What You Can Expect from ‘Detroit: Comeback City’

The documentary premiers Sunday, July 1 on History.

Sisterlocks Celebrates its 25th Anniversary with a Four-City ‘Freedom Tour’

The org that invented the unique micro locs term and process stops in Detroit.