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.
A local high school student has been thrown into the spotlight after a film for a history class project turns into a bigger production than he first thought.
The Alabama native looks to a number of giants in Black History for inspiration including some in his own family.
Along with clean mouths and healthy bodies, Dr. Nicole Fields also tries to push her younger patients to be educated as well.
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.
Thanks to John Gardner, Quicken Loans employs about 300 military veterans.
Mateen Cleaves is still smiling that trademark smile years after the unforgettable National Championship win with Michigan State University.
Walker says she is serving her God-given purpose as a mentor to teenage girls in Detroit through the Rhonda Walker Foundation.