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One-woman-show: Vegetarian fables

What’s for dinner? If Semaj Brown is cooking, expect vegetables. Broadside Press poet Semaj Brown performed her one-woman show, “Onion Revolt,” Feb. 17 at University of Detroit Mercy. The 45-minute play about vegetables is adapted from her new story cookbook and CD, “Feast and Fables from the Planted Kingdom.” “I’m a prodigy of Broadside Press, I am the next Broadside Press,” Brown told the Michigan Citizen ...

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Arthur Michael Carter III, 1940-2013

In loving memory, we celebrate the life of Arthur Michael Carter III, born in Detroit on April 27, 1940 as the first-born son of Arthur Carter, Jr. of Milledgeville, Ga., and Alberta (Wright) Carter of Memphis, Tenn. As part of the Great Migration of African Americans from the southern U.S. to northern states in search of opportunity, Art’s father moved to Detroit from Georgia to seek a factory job at Chrys ...

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