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On Tuesday June 22, the NBA held their annual NBA Draft Lottery to define order for the upcoming NBA Draft, taking place at the end of July. The Detroit Pistons came into the lottery with a 14% chance of acquiring the number one pick, along with the Houston Rockets...
Monroe Street Midway
Over Memorial Day weekend, we caught up with some of the first folks to enjoy the newly opened, family-friendly outdoor activities space in downtown Detroit.
Businesses of all sizes are struggling with hiring even with nearly 10 million Americans unemployed and as increasing numbers of people get vaccinated and look forward to a more normal life. But small businesses often can’t offer pay and benefits as generously as larger companies, and are thus having...
https://youtu.be/yyNgDsjLI1w Meet Shops on Top, a black-owned business holding it down in Detroit's Eastern Market About BLAC® Stories Black History is more than a month. Black Fashion is more than a trend. At BLAC® we celebrate Black Life, Arts & Culture all year long. Join us as we discover those...
Nailah Ellis-Brown
These Detroiters are Black, business savvy and busy.
Detroit Black Coffee
Owner Jasmine Jackson’s roasts pay homage to the city she loves and its people.
Bryan Lewis
This Southfielder with a lifelong commitment to community leads a nonprofit that’s committed to environmental justice, and to equitable, sustainable solutions.
fashion
The status quo has been done away with across industries, including fashion. Creatives and consumers are calling for a long-overdue makeover – and equity paired with inclusion is what’s on trend.
Sarah Elizabeth Ray
On Tuesday, March 30, BLAC will host writer Desiree Cooper and filmmaker Aaron Schillinger to discuss their short film and the life of Sarah Elizabeth Ray.
313 Day
To celebrate 313 Day, we swung by a few classic Detroit spots, from the city's oldest jazz club to a royal riverboat.
Neighborhood Essentials
Tre Hobbs says it’s about more than just getting high – he wants to empower his community.
Saxappeal
LaDarrel Johnson’s third album ‘Black Gold’ is meant to remind Black folks of our greatness.
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