Civil Liberties/Social Justice

In The News Yinka Shonibare CBE, “Magic Ladder Kid VI,” detail, 2018, Fiberglass mannequin, Dutch wax printed cotton textile, wooden ladder, hardback books, globe, buckram cloth and steel baseplate, 113.18” x 58.26” x 31.49”.  © Copyright Yinka Shonibare CBE, 20
Feature Story The sign is on the building and Woodside Church expects to open in new location in June 2019.
In The News Michigan Humanities announced Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha's book "What the Eyes Don't See" is this year's Great Michigan Read
In The News The founding members of a group of women who are leaders in Flint's religious community.

Flint first ladies come together as united force


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

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


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

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


In The News With 56 active projects, the Ferris Wheel provides assessments, research, and work space to entrepreneurs all over the city.

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


In The News Yo-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 News Otrude Moyo

UM-Flint professor awarded Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship


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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