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Recovery? Not for the common people

 

Without vision, the Bible teaches, the people perish. And in Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Newark and cities across the country, the people are perishing.

Each week in Chicago, we witness more pain. Teachers are laid off and schools are closed. Transit workers are terminated and bus service is cut. Families lose their homes, and

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Destiny’s Child, a video journey

 

Destiny’s Child — Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, and former members LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett — made history on several levels during their lengthy and fruitful time together.
 Historians say that as far as success and enduring impact is concerned, the group ranks second only to the Supremes, a

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Age limit for rapping?

When rap music first emerged in the fall of 1979 by way of a catchy song titled “Rapper’s Delight” by a trio from Harlem called the Sugarhill Gang, it was assumed by just about everyone that this was a novelty song.
The public had never heard anyone “rappin’ to the beat.”
The song, featuring Michael “Wonder Mike” Wright, G

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Beauty and Awareness Goals of June 1 Scleroderma Event

Have you ever heard of Scleroderma? If you are a black woman of childbearing age, you need to find out. According to the Scleroderma Foundation, African-Americans in that group are 15 times more likely to contract the disease than Caucasians. The disease occurs when a person's immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys healthy

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit