When 11-year-old Tori Bates boarded a plane from Sarasota, FL, to New York City with her family this summer, auditioning for the national tour of Annie was the furthest thing from her mind. READ MORE!
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is urging schools to participate in Michigan Schools CPR/Automated External Defibrillator Drill Week beginning today. The week is part of American Heart Month during February. READ MORE!
Each year the organization has an award show called “Image Awards”. The Image Awards is an annual award show presented by Black Leaders Aspiring for Critical Knowledge (BLACK) to honor students, faculty and staff for their outstanding work and dedication. READ MORE!
The board will vote at the end of the meeting, and any are welcome to speak at public comment. We need to hold the school board accountable for the discrimination, racism, and inequality towards Indigenous children and their communities experience as a result of condoning race-based stereotypes and an offensive slur such as Redsk*n. READ MORE!
Students of the Merze Tate Explorers serve as hostesses during the 31st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in Kalamazoo on January 15 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. READ MORE!
Mayors, congressmen, and bishops are some of the keynote speakers to help celebrate the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. SEE ALL EVENTS!
4th Annual Girls Can! Magazine features state and international adventures of Michigan girls! READ MORE!
Dear Dr. Abiade I had been married for thirty-seven years. My husband passed of a heart problem. Before his death, there was a group
Contributed by Buddy Hannah OPEN AUDITION NOTICE SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN-Playwright and director Buddy Hannah will hold open auditions for his new play, Reverend Hype:
Area girls are invited to an interactive Girls Can! Collaborative experience September 9, 2016, during September’s Art Hop festivities at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. READ MORE!