Black History Month
Parent Resource Centers at seven Detroit schools will be open over the current break in classes.
Carol Cain discusses Black History Month and presidential politics with the Roundtable. Then, Republican Presidential Primary candidate Rick Santorum stops by to talk politics.
Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement in our country during the mid-50s to the mid-60s organized bus boycotts, sit-ins and freedom rides.
The mobile museum will be open in the parking lot of the executive building from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17.
During Black History month, we recognize the bravery of everyone involved in the organized system that moved about 100,000 slaves north
All of this historical influence makes Detroit a great place to celebrate Black History Month. Check out some of the best events happening this month.
February has many holidays but it was chosen as Black History month to honor the birth of two men who greatly changed the course of history for African Americans …
February is Black History Month, a time to reflect on and celebrate all things brought to history and culture by African Americans. Here are ways to celebrate in metro Detroit.
“Know Your History” traveling museum; it’s a look back in time in African American history to celebrate Black History Month.
Celebrating Black History Month, WWJ Newsradio 950 is recognizing local African American educators helping to make our future bright in Metro Detroit.