Black History Month
William Jones Jr. is celebrating his six-year anniversary as CEO of Focus: HOPE while trying to build on the legacy of the late co-founders, Father William Cunningham and Eleanor Josaitis.
Grammy award-winner Patti Austin will kick off a seven-month celebration with a performance at the Detroit Opera House.
“First I’m gonna be a lawyer, then I’m gonna be mayor of Detroit, then I’m gonna be President of the United States.”
Dr. Glenda Price liked to study the cardinals, blue jays and woodpeckers as they fly about in her backyard, but retirement didn’t last too long — she became president of the DPS Foundation two and a half years ago.
Leslie G. Andrews left the UNCF to take the position at Rock Ventures and is thrilled to play a part in Detroit’s comeback.
Settles started out with Ford Motor Company working in a foundry.
In celebration of Black History Month, Farmington Hills residents recognize the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Commander Dale Brown, founder of Detroit Threat Management, talks about his security firm and his Black History inspiration.
The Renaissance High School graduate is a background vocalist for recording artist KEM.
Along with clean mouths and healthy bodies, Dr. Nicole Fields also tries to push her younger patients to be educated as well.