Black History: Detroit Author Brings History To LifeKen Coleman's second book, Million Dollars Worth Of Nerve, tells the story of Detroit's influential Black Bottom and Paradise Valley communities.
Black History: Building Better Lives Through MentoringOdis Bellinger spends a lot of time talking to young men about becoming better people.
Black History: Success Can't Be Just For Yourself; It Has To Be For Other PeopleLuther Keith had a distinguished career spanning 30 years as a journalist in Detroit and that was just the start of his journey.
Black History: When Giving Back To Detroit Becomes A Way Of LifeIf you see Rock Ventures or Quicken Loans volunteering or making philanthropic donations throughout the community, Leslie Andrews is most likely behind it.
Black History: A Calling For Journalism, A Champion Of StudentsAn Emmy Award-winning journalist, Alicia Nails also has a law degree from Wayne State.
Black History: Believing Is First Step To Creating Your FutureDr. Eadie is a Wayne State University medical school graduate and he's former emergency room doctor who has a mantra; education through explanation.
Black History: From The Streets To The Pulpit; Spreading The Message Of PeaceMaurice Hardwick, known on the streets as Pastor Mo, is not your typical minister.
Black History: Role Of Mentor Is Inspiring For Sommer WoodsA wide smile grows across her face when Sommer Woods talks about her role as adult mentor with the Midnight Golf Program, now in its eighth year.
Black History Month: Education The Cornerstone To Drag Racer's LifeProfessional drag racer and mechanical engineer says education is the cornerstone to his success.
Black History: Longstanding Leader In Business, Government ServiceBrooks served in the Nixon, George H.W. Bush and Clinton administrations.
Black History Month: Successful Detroit 6th Grader Has Unending Ambition"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."