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From Feb. 20-23, the Nation of Islam held its annual Saviours’ Day convention. Held at the TCF Center in downtown Detroit, the event is the annual Nation of Islam commemoration of the birth of Master Fard Muhammad, who appeared in North America on July 4, 1930. The convention features workshops, town hall meetings, and a keynote…

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For over 30 years, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit has been providing access and opportunity to underserved youth to help them reach their goals.  BHGH of Detroit supports young people who are college-bound and provides holistic support services that respond to their overall needs at various points in their journey. Scholars receive academic resources,…

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General Motors African Ancestry Network hosted their 14th annual Black History Month celebration on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, at the Detroit Marriott. The evening’s theme was “Driven By Culture, Defined By Innovation,” and recognized African Americans’ love of culture and innovation. GMAAN highlighted the historical achievements of African Americans in science, technology and design, while…

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Priscilla Phifer started her “accidental” career late in life. From decoupage, tablescape design and floral arranging to painting, Phifer has become a professional intuitive abstract artist at the golden age of 70. She creates art primarily without a brush and chose abstraction as her preferred method because it “… affords more freedom and flexibility than other…

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