Black History Month
“I used to carry around a tin can of coupons,” Ken Jones told WWJ’s Stephanie Davis.
Daniel Lewis and La’Asia Johnson were recognized for their work to promote interracial acceptance and understanding on campus.
Defense attorney Phyllis Gayden knew she wanted to be a lawyer when she was just in the seventh grade.
Ken Harris is all business when it comes to advocating for and helping African American and minority-owned businesses.
“There is a growing, permanent unemployed, uneducated underclass,” says Rev. David Bullock.
Austin Black, II, started his company “City Living Detroit” four years ago …
The Henry Ford in Dearborn is set to welcome visitors to a daylong event Monday featuring remarks from civil rights leader Julian Bond, Parks biographer Douglas Brinkley and others, as well as live music and presentations.
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.