Supporters of this historic church and its upcoming roof restoration say the project could have rippling positive effects for years to come — not just for the building in question, but for the surrounding neighborhood, too.
The Michigan Science Center hosted a panel discussion with six women in STEM fields on Jan. 30. They answered questions related to their personal experiences as women in STEM, strategies to become better mentors, and their vision for the future of girls in STEM fields.
Bags to Butterflies is a workforce development program that provides employment and training opportunities for women re-entering society after serving time.
A walkable business district along West Jefferson Avenue, a riverfront residential mixed-use district, and kayaks paddling down the Detroit River. That’s the vision Ecorse and River Rouge leaders have for their cities. And they recently took a massive first step toward establishing a joint framework to make it a reality.
A reincarnated party store helps promote the arts and community at the corner of Holden and Lincoln streets in Detroit. ArtBlock opened in May and represents a holistic investment into the neighborhood by Henry Ford Health System.