Civil Liberties/Social Justice

In The NewsThe founding members of a group of women who are leaders in Flint's religious community.

Flint first ladies come together as united force


Feature StoryBerston Field House on N. Saginaw St. in Flint was built in 1923.

Hear us now: Local artists speak up for 'Flint Voices'


In The NewsYo-Yo Ma performs during a Day of Action in Leipzig, Germany.

Yo-Yo Ma to perform, speak at free Flint event


In The NewsFerris Wheel

Michigan's 'Clean Slate' initiative looks to Flint for support


In The NewsYo-Yo Ma performs during a Day of Action in Leipzig, Germany.

Free event at Berston Field House features famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma


In The NewsOtrude Moyo

UM-Flint professor awarded Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship


In The NewsTracy Palmer is back with another first-of-its-kind event in Flint. This time, she's set out to spotlight black women in our community who are making a difference. 
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In The NewsVisitors to the Flint Institute of Arts have a special opportunity to meet artist Vanessa German 1-2 p.m. Jan. 27. Museum admission is also free that day. German is pictured here at the ARThouse in Pittsburg.
In The NewsFlint Mayor Karen Weaver addresses the crowd gathered to celebrate the official launch of the Flint Registry Jan. 18, 2019, at the Flint Farmers' Market
Feature Story10.	Lenwood Hayman jokes along with fellow volunteer Jana Blagg who works at the Grand Blanc West Middle School pantry.

Love, love, love: Flint celebrates MLK through service


In The NewsGenesee District Library's annual Black History Month brunch will feature Grammy-nominated gospel singer Anita Wilson on Feb. 2, 2019.
In The NewsAndrew R. Highsmith is the author of "Demolition Means Progress: Flint, Michigan and the Fate of the American Metropolis."

'Demolition Means Progress' author to speak at Flint Public Library


In The NewsAfter the Tom's brand asked to use this photo, Patrick Hayes started thinking maybe Flint is the perfect fit for Toms.

Maybe Flint could be the perfect fit for Tom's


In The NewsThrough partnerships with businesses in Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, and Ingham counties, Workforce Development helps graduates get jobs to put their skills to work.
In The NewsLaTashia M. Perry is the author of six books that help children celebrate being black and appreciate diversity.

Flint author pens sequel following 'Hair Like Mine' success


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