Dr. Tonya Matthews is a lover of all things in the science, technology, engineering and math worlds.
World renown guitarist A. Spencer Barefield tells WWJ’s Brooke Allen that Saturday night is an evening to honor some great musicians:
WWJ celebrates Black History Month by recognizing our local young African-American professionals and their heroes.
WWJ Newsradio 950 celebrates Black History Month by recognizing our local, young African American professionals and their heroes.
Sylvia Hubbard is a romance writer and has authored 30 books of her own.
His influence in Black History, not surprisingly, is from the game of golf.
A dynamic trio; two sisters and a cousin are the three young Africa American women behind the $50 million development on Woodward in Midtown Detroit.
A young power couple in Detroit, Ken Coleman and Kim Trent, are both journalists.
A 17-year-old student from Country Day High School could be the next Steven Spielberg.
Residents in Highland Park are still fuming over the dumping of thousands of black history and culture books.