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As COVID-19’s grip tightened, Michiganders at home and abroad fought for...

Since the first person in China became sick with the disease we now know as COVID-19, life has changed for people around the world...

Detroit small businesses score grants to survive COVID-19 crisis

One Detroiter who expressed concern about her business’ survival during the early days of the COVID-19 crisis has secured a $5,000 grant designed to...

COVID-19 update: Who can work during the stay at home order?

COVID-19 is now impacting how people vote, sign up for unemployment benefits and even spend their time outdoors. It’s also led to the launch...

Longtime labor activist Liz Jackson dies at 102

Described as a fighter with no quit in her, Elizabeth Jackson was a force in Detroit’s labor, political and civil rights communities for many...

Michigan leaders alarmed about racism toward Asian Americans amid COVID-19 crisis

A group of state elected officials and community leaders on Thursday pushed back against what they see as growing anti-Asian-American sentiment amid the coronavirus...

A Senate probe found Lucido sexually harassed women. Now he’s running...

State Sen. Peter Lucido (R-Shelby Twp.) says he will run for Macomb County prosecutor this fall. This announcement follows a state Senate sexual harassment...

What happens behind closed doors? Social isolation during COVID-19 endangers domestic...

People in Michigan and across the country are following health officials’ warnings and staying home to reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, behind closed doors,...

Michigan almost at 1,800 COVID-19 cases, 24 have died

Nine more people have died of COVID-19 since Monday, bringing the total to 24 people in Michigan. A statewide coronavirus hotline is open 7 days...

COVID-19 has made immigrants fear seeking care, while Asian Americans feel...

The phones have been ringing off the hook at the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center. The voices coming through are a chorus on repeat: I’ve been...

Black-owned business battle to survive during COVID-19 crisis

When it comes to the COVID-19 crisis environment, Regina Gaines speaks for a lot of Black-owned businesses in the metro Detroit area. “We’re dead!” Gaines,...

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