Kids and Education

In The News Flint teens participated in BAU-HŌUSE's new ‘The Youth Will Lead US’ campaign that puts a focus on this generation's future leaders.
Partner Content Participants enjoy BMCC's 13 Moons of Anishinaabe programming.

Bay Mills Community College SNAP-Ed programs inspire healthy living


In The News The latest poetry collection by Michigan native Sarah Carson titled 'How to Baptize a Child in Flint, Michigan.' 
Partner Content Dr. Sara Santarossa is the lead on a Henry Ford Health project that asked COVID long haulers to draw body maps representing their condition. She sits next to several of their works here.

Researchers seek solutions for Michigan's 700,000 COVID long haulers


In The News Peckham, Inc. works with people with disabilities, youth at risk, adjudicated youth, and returning citizens.
Partner Content Laurie Arora, PACE Southeast Michigan vice president of public affairs, philanthropy, and organizational development; and Sadie Shattuck, PACE Southeast Michigan's grant and communications specialist, look over health literacy handouts.
Partner Content Children enjoy a StoryWalk®.

Dearborn nonprofit forges relationships to inspire healthy living


In The News Major Michelle Hill sits outside in uniform discussing her goal of becoming Colonel with Flintside community correspondent Eartha Logan.

A Kid From Northside Flint To Major Michelle D. Hill


In The News Principal Shalonda Byas poses for a portrait on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2022 at Brownell STEM Academy.