20 07, 2020

CCC: Where college admissions and the Black Lives Matter movement meet

2020-07-23T15:04:15-04:00

By Barbara Connolly The Black Lives Matter movement is a pivot in cultural consciousness that will affect how colleges admit and educate students. Image courtesy iStock As Americans of all races take to the streets to confront racism more directly in 2020, the Black Lives Matter movement has officially hit the mainstream, [...]

CCC: Where college admissions and the Black Lives Matter movement meet2020-07-23T15:04:15-04:00
20 07, 2020

Corktown Health Center: Systemic racism has direct impact on health of marginalized groups

2020-07-23T14:56:49-04:00

By Dr. Latonya Riddle-Jones For MediaNews Group; Jul 20, 2020 In this June 3, 2020 file photo, Stefan Perez, second from left, addresses a crowd at a rally in Detroit over the death of George Floyd. The evidence is clear that discrimination leads to negative health impacts, for racial minorities as well as [...]

Corktown Health Center: Systemic racism has direct impact on health of marginalized groups2020-07-23T14:56:49-04:00
11 07, 2020

Calderone Advisory: 18 Michigan Art Van stores reborn as Loves Furniture

2020-07-15T16:30:23-04:00

JC Reindl, Detroit Free PressPublished 7:00 a.m. ET July 11, 2020 | Updated 8:38 a.m. ET July 11, 2020 Eighteen former Art Van Furniture locations across Michigan will soon reopen under new ownership, a new name and a refreshed approach to selling furniture online and in stores. Loves Furniture plans to begin opening the locations by late summer, and could ultimately hire about [...]

Calderone Advisory: 18 Michigan Art Van stores reborn as Loves Furniture2020-07-15T16:30:23-04:00
10 07, 2020

Jagannathan Neurosurgery: Conjoined twins successfully separated at Vatican hospital

2020-07-15T15:30:43-04:00

Doctors say the girls are recovering well and they are expected to lead normal lives after a rehabilitation phase. By Kayla Rivas | Fox News Twin girls with fused skulls were successfully separated, doctors at the Vatican’s pediatric hospital announced on Tuesday. The twins, Ervina and Prefina Bangalo, were born in 2018 in Mbaiki, Central African Republic, [...]

Jagannathan Neurosurgery: Conjoined twins successfully separated at Vatican hospital2020-07-15T15:30:43-04:00
8 07, 2020

Alex Calderone speaks with Bloomberg regarding GM racketeering suit against FCA

2020-07-15T16:23:29-04:00

GM Suffers Blow in Bid to Punish Fiat Chrysler Over Union Bribes July 8, 2020, 6:31 PM General Motors Co.’s efforts to take a rival to task for allegedly inflating its labor costs suffered a major blow with the dismissal of its racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV. General Motors failed to show that [...]

Alex Calderone speaks with Bloomberg regarding GM racketeering suit against FCA2020-07-15T16:23:29-04:00
7 07, 2020

Here to Help Foundation: $600 unemployment benefit ends in July. Economists not optimistic

2020-08-06T09:43:10-04:00

Adrienne Roberts, Detroit Free Press Sandra Smith lost her job when restaurants shut down for dine-in service in March. The waitress didn't start receiving unemployments until June, even though she applied in April. While she recently went back to her job as a waitress at the restaurant Calexico in downtown Detroit, it's not the same as [...]

Here to Help Foundation: $600 unemployment benefit ends in July. Economists not optimistic2020-08-06T09:43:10-04:00
6 07, 2020

New CEO takes over CARE of Southeastern Michigan

2020-07-15T16:15:01-04:00

By: Nick Mordowanec | Fraser - Clinton Township Chronicle | Published July 6, 2020 FRASER — CARE of Southeastern Michigan has a new president and CEO — Susan Styf. Susan Styf Styf took over the organization July 1 for Monique Stanton, who recently left the organization after initially joining it in the mid-2000s and became its CEO [...]

New CEO takes over CARE of Southeastern Michigan2020-07-15T16:15:01-04:00
25 06, 2020

Here to Help Foundation: Public charities need money, and we need to give it

2020-06-30T11:24:12-04:00

Bob Schwartz Published 11:00 p.m. ET June 25, 2020 In the wake of COVID-19, local public charities servicing basic needs are experiencing significant financial difficulties as they struggle to remain open. The perfect storm of high demand for services, inability to stage fundraisers and reduced availability of grant money has wreaked havoc on budgets. Along [...]

Here to Help Foundation: Public charities need money, and we need to give it2020-06-30T11:24:12-04:00
25 06, 2020

Corktown Health Center: Conversion therapy does more harm than good

2020-06-25T10:52:54-04:00

Dr. Latonya Riddle-Jones For MediaNews Group As the LGBTQ community celebrates Pride Month, it's important to to note the battles that have yet to be won, include the need to ban harmful gay conversion therapy in Michigan. Imagine being told by members of your family that who you are, and how you [...]

Corktown Health Center: Conversion therapy does more harm than good2020-06-25T10:52:54-04:00