You Are Here: Home » Featured News (Page 3)

Black farmers and urban growers promote power and sovereignty at Detroit conference

By Kibibi Blount-Dorn Special to The Michigan Citizen In the tiny town of Covert, near the eastern banks of Lake Michigan, Barbara Norman farms 53 acres of blueberries on land her family has owned and cultivated for six generations. As African American farmers, Norman’s family has a strong sense of identity — one deeply rooted in the land they have farmed since the 1930s. She remembers her grandfather’s fav ...

Read more

Shop. Play. Love. brings art, fashion, fun to Detroit’s Eastern Market

Play games, play music, play dress up. These are the themes running through Shop. Play. Love., a store for eclectic tastes that appreciates the fun side of life, features art, fashion, jewelry, games, Detroit tribute works and more. Currently, the works of 22 artists are on display, making the store a unique home for Motor City crafts. ...

Read more

‘Power to the Vanguard’ awakens Detroit’s radical past

“Power to the Vanguard: Original Printed Materials from Revolutionary Movements around the World, 1963-1987” puts on display unique prints, posters, paper ephemera, broadsides, pamphlets, buttons, and rare newspapers from radical left movements across the globe with a special emphasis on Detroit-based activity. ...

Read more

Perpetual control

What makes the situation even more perplexing is that fact that, in a separate case involving a federal challenge to PA 436, lawyers from the state Attorney General’s Office specifically argued that — as long as certain conditions were met — the law was clear in establishing a strict 18-month limit on the term an EM could remain in control. ...

Read more

© 2012 The Michigan Citizen All Rights Reserved | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Scroll to top