Detroit artist exhibit tackles bias against Asian Americans

Detroit artist exhibit tackles bias against Asian Americans

Is a picture really worth a thousand words? To Korean-Detroit artist and designer Mike Han it is. Han has created Disparate, an online art exhibit about race, diversity, discrimination and segregation in America, which can be viewed at the Siren Hotel virtually until May 8 with a closing reception via IG Live @mikehan_detroit at 8 […]

How Michigan Abolitionist Project aims to end human trafficking

How Michigan Abolitionist Project aims to end human trafficking

Your neighbor was arrested for human trafficking last week.  Your mind reels … you moved here because it was safe. Your heart goes out to the victims, you maybe even say a little prayer for them, but this is supposed to happen somewhere else. That is a very real scenario. Human trafficking isn’t afraid of […]

Love Travels brings new experiences to Avenue of Fashion during pandemic

Love Travels brings new experiences to Avenue of Fashion during pandemic

When a pandemic brings countless countries to its knees, how does a small business importer stay alive?  By doing anything that brings in sales – from talking to suppliers to sitting and selling outside. Yvette Jenkins’ store, Love Travels Imports, brings in merchandise and provides jobs to women across the world in countries such as […]

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