Myron Ragsdale of 4th & Main media creates "Info Vote" to try and boost voter turnout among black millennials
Governor Whitmer honors young voices with a special black history month award
Onedia Adkins is our colleague, she has worked at FOX 2 for 22 years and she is 82 years old. The other day she turned on FOX 2 - and saw herself - in an art exhibit called "The Souls of Black Folk."
Family of late Fire Sergeant Sivad Johnson holds book release for his memoir "Becoming Diamond: The Strongest, Most Valuable version of you."
A 5-year-old from Detroit named Rosie has gone viral from posting Black History Month educational videos.
Gretta Jackson said the road these past 20 years wasn't easy but it was worth it as she got a title nobody has: the first Black woman to own an Outback Steakhouse in the Detroit area.
Cynthia Ross is the co-chair of the Amistad and Murals Event, says the organization is trying to raise $50,000 by hosting a virtual viewing of the film "Amistad" on Saturday
As Dr. Sonia Eden lives out her dream, the Detroit native is also paving the way for many Black women and people of color to do the same.
From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to the 2020 election of Vice President Kamala Harris, here are some of the pioneers who blazed trails in civil rights and American politics.
“The things we're doing now, I never expected to happen in my lifetime,” said one member of the club, whose design and creation was overseen by fashion professional Tommey Walker, founder of Detroit Vs. Everybody.
Currently, Arctic Circle beers are made in Deven's kitchen - he is the head brewmaster. His partner, Eric Lehman, is the business guy. They started construction pre-pandemic and are not letting it slow the duo down.
Donna Jackson is the curator of the exhibit, one that personifies the complexity of the Black experience. She calls it Souls of Black Folk: Bearing Our Truth, inspired by the book written by activist and author W.E.B. Du Bois in 1903.
Jalen and Keyonna Seawright dressed up their two daughters to model Black female leaders for Black History Month.
Born Lena Richard in the small town of New Roads, Louisiana, "Mama Lena" became a chef and eventually moved to New Orleans where she broke many barriers in the Jim Crow south.
"We're going to have performers who are going to do live screenings or they will have a video of something prepared for the DIA," Harrell said. "Black History Month is showcasing programming for children and families. We are dedicated to that."
Carl Burton Stokes was the first African-American mayor of a major city and the first African-American TV news anchor.
Long before COVID-19, SARS, and the flu - there was smallpox and in the early 1700s, it was running rampant in Massachusetts. Now, in 2020, an African-American scientist is at the forefront of creating the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Celebrate Black History Month with Tubi. The streaming platform offers one of the largest Black cinema collections available online — and it’s free.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History, or ASALH, chose the theme because the Black family has been a target of study in various academic disciplines.
Feb. 1 isn’t just the first day of Black History Month. It’s also National Freedom Day, pioneered by a former slave to commemorate abolition.