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When people think of the word “millennials,” many people tend to think about a generation that is thought to be entitled, self-absorbed, lazy, and most importantly, that takes too many selfies. While a few of these labels apply to some millennials, the Michigan Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 Awards recipients debunk these stereotypes in every way…

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On Saturday, Nov. 11 the Michigan Chronicle honored the best in Black-owned businesses, entrepreneurs, entertainers and community organizations in and around Detroit at the Music Hall in Detroit’s theater district. Best in Black (BIB) is Detroit’s community choice awards where the nominees and winners are determined by the people, for the people. This year there were…

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The Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce, a comparatively young organization, has made tremendous strides on behalf of Michigan-based minority businesses since its launch in February of 2011. Ken Harris, MBCC’s, president and CEO, is widely known for his innovative approach to economic challenges in Detroit and the surrounding region. Harris has been lauded for his…

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Sam Logan Jr., the visionary publisher of The Michigan Chronicle, who was committed to the advancement of the black community through journalism, died last Wednesday, Dec. 2.  He was 78. Mr. Logan’s death was reported across several traditional media outlets, however, the personal stories posted on social networking websites like Facebook serve as a platform…

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