Diversity

In The News The Fatima family is just one family that has participated in the bookshelf project as part of The Flint Club's literacy initiative "Books Change Lives."
In The News Whaley Sign

$100K helps let Whaley kids be kids


In The News Genesee District Library
In The News William S. White receiving the first-ever Philanthropy Compass Prize from the European Foundation Centre in 2009. Photo by Andreas Franke.

Thank you, Bill White. For everything.


In The News The Flint Pride Festival will continue for its 9th year in Riverbank Park 2-8 p.m. Saturday, June 22.

Flint Pride Festival returns to downtown Flint for 9th year


In The News Tracy 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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Feature Story 10.	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 News Through a new pilot program, international students from UM-Flint are hosting five dialogues with students at Pierce Elementary School in Flint.

Flint named 'Gateway to Growth' community to increase immigration


In The News LaTashia 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


In The News "Love Jacked" is the final film in the African-American Film Series presented by Communities First, Inc.

African-American Film Series returns to Flint for 4th season


Feature Story The congregation at Master's House Deaf Church in Flint sings along with their hands during service.

The heart hears all at Master's House Deaf Church in Flint


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