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How many vegans do you know? Better question, how many times have they tried to convince YOU to go vegan too? Honestly, it would be surprising if you weren’t at least tempted. Even past a surface glance, veganism--which decries the use and consumption of all animal products...
It’s spooky season! Is there any other classic way to celebrate Halloween than curling up and watching scary movies? You can enjoy your fright night AND support black artists. Besides acting, people of color are responsible for other roles in the creation of the...
Black women are no stranger to business ownership. Black women create new business ideas every day. Starting and maintaining a thriving business can be demanding on anyone, but black women are often met with their own set of exclusive challenges. Things like push back from building owners,...
Feature Editor: Ann Duke                                                                                                                        Photographer: J. Singleton                                                                                                                                        Fashion Stylist: Marv Neal With the current release of Respect, the biopic depicting the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, there’s never been a better time to salute Black female music...
Friday, 10/22 iBartend Shake-n-Sip Cocktail Class iBartend Downtown Detroit 607 Shelby Street Every weekend, for the remainder of this month, you can sign up for various time slots in the iBartend Shake-n-Sip cocktail class. Sip...
FRIDAY - Oct. 22nd Cemetery Cinema: Soul of the City & Nosferatu Double Feature. Starts at 7pm at Elmwood Cemetery, 824 S. Dudley Street (Movies/Theater) Join Elmwood Cemetery for a unique, outdoor film experience. Enjoy a double feature of their original film The...
Image: Wikipedia  Pauli Murray, Bayard Rustin and Barbara Jordan are just a few of many Black leaders who deserve major recognition for their contributions to political history. In honor of LGBTQ history month, we’ve compiled their greatest achievements in hopes of them becoming household...
Written by Keith Owens, co-founder of Detroit Stories Quarterly         In 1941 the Birwood Wall was built in Detroit. The purpose of that wall, which was built by white Detroiters, was to keep the Black neighborhoods separate from the white neighborhoods. So segregation. But...
WERUN313 is building a happier,healthier and more connected community. BLAC Magazine: The organization was founded May 4th 2019. What was the inspiration for WeRun313?     Joe: WeRun313 started as two guys on the opposite ends of town, who didn’t know...
Old San Juan. Via It’s no secret that African influence is everywhere. From cuisine to fashion, dance, art, music and more, our ancestors pretty much helped shape the world’s identity. Historically, when Africans were stolen from the Motherland, their practices went with them. During...
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day (PAIL) is October 15th, and ends an annual week-long period of remembering babies lost too soon, to factors that include miscarriage, stillbirth, sudden infant death syndrome, and death caused by birth defects.  To admire, honor and uplift the...
We’re fortunate to be living in a golden era for black hair—an age where we celebrate the diversity of our natural hair, when we’re encouraged to begin natural hair journeys, where our natural fro’s and locs are now acceptable in corporate settings, and even non-African Americans are...
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