As we consider where to next, let us also peer back in time and recall the landmark legislation, grassroots movements and pivotal moments in modern civil rights history. Also in our July issue, we sit down for a Q&A with BLAC’s new publisher Billy Strawter Jr. and discover his vision for the magazine and why he thinks the community will be king. We also round up a slew of Black-owned local businesses, meet Oakland County’s first diversity, equity and inclusion officer Robin Carter-Cooper, plus much more!
Millennial Robin Carter-Cooper is looking to help forge a better tomorrow in a county with a checkered past.
It’s been tough for the city’s local businesses, but these spots are small, mighty and Black.
The visual artist is unafraid to upset the status quo.
So far, 2020 has delivered crucial lessons on patriotism, young people and hair care.
This Marygrove alumna has returned to the campus to continue the institution’s legacy of educating the community and preserving history.