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A conversation on the future of Healthcare

 

The Institute for Population Health and health care Reform
Vernice D. Anthony: I am very excited about the future of health care for our community. All we have been hearing about in the past is the poor statistics on our health status, rising health care cost, health disparities. But there is good news on the horizon

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Reflections: A new Mo’Nique

 

“Where Did Our Love Go?” is the classic song that ignited the Supremes’ career and at the same time sparked the Motown explosion of the 1960s.
Well, in reference to the weight loss of Mo’Nique, that song title could be altered to “Where Did Her Weight Go?” The comedienne/actress has lost 80 pounds (so far).
Good

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Jazzed Up: Detroit Jazz Festival

 

Jazz can never be put in a box. It cannot be classified as one musical genre, style or artist. It takes its rightful place in modern music traditions and legacies. As eclectic as it is electric, jazz is resilient and proudly confident wherever it is played. The Detroit Jazz Festival is Detroit and has been for 34 years, never

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

NABOB targeting $750 mil in federal advertising dollars for Black owned radio, TV

The federal government is one of the nation's largest buyers of advertising, and the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters is asking why more of the hundreds of millions in public dollars aren't going to African-American owned broadcasting outlets. The group is targeting federal agencies that approve the allocation of ad

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit