We honor our human mothers, but have we forsaken our earth mother? We’re taking a look at climate change and its devastating effects on poor communities and communities of color. Experts say if we keep down this destructive road, it’ll be us who first feel the heat. Desiree Cooper reflects on her own constant struggle, despite her success, to destroy the seeds of negativity planted inside her, we explore fun workouts led by black instructors, meet the 20-something who founded Detroit’s first drop-in shelter for homeless youth, plus much more!
Celebrating BLAC's 20th anniversary and remembering what we and the culture were up to in 2002.
The planet is warming at an alarming rate, and climate experts say people of color and low-income communities will be the first to feel the heat.
The classes led by black instructors will help you work out your mind, body and soul.
Examining the power of words to penetrate, settle in and forever effect how you see yourself – and others.
Founder Courtney Smith is dedicated to providing a safe and resourceful space for homeless youth in Detroit.
The cohort of midwives provides care, resources and knowledge to moms and moms-to-be.
Catch the best of the world's most famous film festivals over 10 days in two cities.
Each year, the Women of Tomorrow mentorship program supports about 1,200 students from metro Detroit high schools.
BLAC celebrates love and congratulates Embekka Forehand and John Roberson III on their entrance into wedded bliss.
This first-generation college grad runs a collaboration of organizations that aim to help Detroit students reach their educational goals.