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The distinguished gentlemen of the Detroit Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc, recently ​hosted their ​fourth annual Night Kap with this year’s theme being The Official Segue To The Summer. Attendees ​wore summer chic attire a​s they filled​ the Garden Theater in midtown Detroit. This year, the purpose was to gift a community…

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The Kappa Detroit Foundation definitely knows how to party with a purpose. The organization recently raised funds for grants and scholarships at Diamond Life, a J5 founders’ day celebration commemorating 105 years of honorable achievement. Held in the Grand Ballroom at the Downtown Doubletree-Hilton hotel, the event raised over $2,000. Several of Detroit’s finest, including fellow Greeks,…

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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo In these times of political turmoil, socioeconomic inequities and environmental issues, the songs of Stevie Wonder resonate deeply. In fact, so deeply that Macy Gray was inspired to cover Wonder’s entire classic album, Talking Book. On songs like “Superstition,” “Maybe Your Baby” and “Big Brother,” Gray transforms…

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The largest state in the nation, California, just dealt a blow to anti-immigrant proponents and potentially African Americans.  The state’s governor, Jerry Brown, signed “The Dream Act” on Saturday, granting undocumented immigrants access to state-funded financial aid for college.  It’s the highest profile piece of legislation to expand undocumented students’ access to higher education and…

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