The activist group behind a racial profiling billboard is raising money to fund their request to obtain traffic stop data from the city of Livonia, where they allege police engage in racial profiling.
A trio of Detroit organizations is blown away after a fundraiser to help black farmers buy land in the city has raised much more than expected in just a few days.
Blackout Tuesday is a day of economic protest, with a grassroots campaign encouraging to only spend money at black-owned businesses on this day.
New Detroit grew out of the rebellion of 1967 and was formed by Michigan Governor George Romney, Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanaugh and business executive Joseph Hudson.
The Facebook group Livonia Citizens Caring about Black Lives is hoping to see police stop data after erecting a bold billboard accusing the Livonia police of racial profiling.
Michigan moms are banning together to travel to Washington, DC to demand racial justice.
When Elena was 9 years old, she realized she was not okay with the lack of minority representation in the books she was reading.
Elena is a book critic and at 11 years old, she has been offering her opinion on literature for two years now. Her friend's mom, who is an author, planted a seed.
What is in a name? For some, everything. For others it is what you make of it, and such is the conversation about renaming Cass Tech, one of Detroit's most prestigious schools- and one named after an enslaver.
The Black Information Network will replace the former 1130 WDFN The Fan sports radio spot on the dial.
The group Detroit Will Breathe held a rally Monday evening demanding the officers who drove through a crowd of protesters be identified, fired and charged. The group is also calling for Chief Craig to resign.
A virtual church service was cut short after it was crashed by hackers with disturbing, racist messages to the congregation on Zoom.
Detroit Police are investigating a scene that took place Sunday night after cell phone footage revealed a squad car speeding through a congregation of demonstrators. People are seen being flung from the hood as the vehicle accelerates away
House Democrats approved a far-reaching police overhaul Thursday, a vote heavy with emotion and symbolism as a divided Congress struggles to address the global outcry over the deaths of George Floyd and other Black Americans.
A woman who attended the Black Lives Matter protest in late May says she was shot in the head with a rubber bullet and wants to sue Detroit Police. But that could be a challenge.
But just a few days later, trustee John Vermeulen shared an offensive meme of the "Aunt Jemima" character and the "Quaker Oats man" in bed together with the saying "Can't we all just get along" over them, which many deem as racist.
"You cannot deny the amount of research that has come out that says that African-Americans are misidentified more than other races," said Detroit City Councilwoman Mary Sheffield. "And we have a majority black city."
Shelby Township. Police Chief Robert Shelide was suspended after the third heard public hearing held following racist tweets he made on Twitter recently.
The words say their names are accompanied by a list of victims who lost their lives to police brutality.
The noose was immediately turned over to Grosse Pointe Public Safety for investigation.