The City is accepting applications for qualified volunteers interested in serving on our Anti-Racism Advisory Committee (ARAC) and Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee (ESAC).
In addition to raising the flag, a special Juneteenth-themed scholarship program was announced.
“It underscores the power of place, connecting people to the outdoors, neighborhoods, structures and history, and encouraging stewardship and care of important historic sites.”
Shurtleff said various events keep the community recognizing what makes Farmington and Farmington Hills special
The cameras would get snapshots of license plates on public streets and compare those numbers with a database that would alert police…
MCMR stands united with our Jewish friends in neighboring communities, and within our own community.
Members of the Madison Heights community will come together to reflect on Dr. King’s legacy, seeing one another, and peace.
The Bloomfield Township Police Department stands with our Jewish community, and we condemn the language that was used.
For more stories about the Census and other interesting numbers, visit the Data-Base Stories Archives on Oakland County Times. Thanks to Data Expert Kurt Metzger for this work!
Three Oakland County residents received the Oakland County Board of Commissioners Black Excellence Award at this morning’s full Board meeting.
It devolved into LaLone questioning whether black students are oppressed and arguing that the Civil War ended oppression, as well as him saying he was allowed to say the n-word.
How can there me more citizen oversight in policing? That’s a question being fleshed out by city leaders in Ferndale as part of anti-racism efforts.
As you walk through our self-guided exhibit of exclusive oral histories, paired with vibrant archival photos, documents, and other glimpses into the past, you’ll have a chance to see the vibrant and storied history of Detroit from a whole new angle.
The items reflect the journey of the community throughout Michigan,
They also summed up the mood, which was a mix of somber remembrance for the past and optimism for the future as the community came together against racism.