Like all of you, we’re trying to make sense of George Floyd’s killing and wade as gracefully as is possible through the aftermath. We asked writers, activists and elected officials to pen op-eds from their unique perches. We also take a look at how technology has kept us connected during quarantine, visit two new shops on the Avenue of Fashion – one serving sweet treats, the other hot sneakers – and check in with a pair of ladies in law, plus much more.
They’ve kept us connected to one another, granted us public spaces to share and grieve, allowed those of us lucky enough to be able the ability to work from home – and then, when all else failed, helped us dance it out.
This high school educator has dedicated her career to helping Detroit youths confront and heal trauma.
The hair sculptor is determined to make us see hair art as a legitimate artform in its own right.
African Americans are more likely to have preexisting conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity, putting them at a higher risk of complications from the coronavirus.
Lawyers Jasmine Rippy and Ameena Sheikh are all about a different kind of practice.
The family-run bakery is committed to providing unique sweet treats, safely.
Fred Paull II heads this sneaker exchange and retail shop.