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In Black Detroit
Who’s Who In Black Detroit celebrates local African American achievement in various industries such as business, politics, tech, sports, entertainment, and more. Stay connected with us to find out about our upcoming programming and events.
About New Faces
Detroit — known for its resilience, agility, upwardly mobile entrepreneurship sector, and unflappable residents — is also seeing a resurgence when it comes to attracting non-native Black movers and shakers to the area. The Michigan Chronicle and Real Times Media (RTM), alongside approximately 80 of the city’s current power players, officially welcomed the newest Black C-suite leaders who now call Detroit home at the New Faces, High Places welcome reception.
Real Times Media has relaunched its cultural marketing company, formerly known as RTM360°, as Pitch Black. Under the new name,...Read more
BasBlue, a nonprofit space dedicated to creating pathways and opportunities for women, opened its doors in October 2021. Today, it...Read more
It is a long established fact that the venture capital industry is continuing to struggle with racial diversity. Women and...Read more
Vercie Lark, left, Region 7 Great Plains Administrator and Ted James, right, Region 6 South Central Administrator, U.S. Small Business...Read more
The failure of Congress to pass legislation like the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the George Floyd Justice...Read more
ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER, WHO'S WHO IN BLACK
Cathy is a 30-year marketing and public relations veteran with extensive experience and expertise in business start-ups and branding. Her passion is taking an idea from concept to reality creating a memorable brand, an impactful web presence and effective promos and events to launch and grow a business.