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Mentoring For Children From Migrant Families
Saturday, September 07, 2013
Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance's Migrant Mentoring program offers community advocates and coaches an opportunity to connect with school-aged migrant children.
'Emerging Leaders' program preps young girls for future success
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Leadership training, career exploration and goal setting are all part of the Mercy Education Project. Melinda Clynes reports.
Nutritional values: Rachelle Bonelli and the Gleaners mission
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
When people think of Gleaners, programs like Kids Helping Kids, Cooking Matters, and No Kid Hungry probably don't come to mind. They will now, says Noelle Lothamer.
Burmese Americans find a home in Battle Creek
Jane C. Parikh
Sunday, June 24, 2012
More than 30 years ago the first family from Burma came to Battle Creek. Now the city has a thriving Burmese community. Jane C. Parikh reports on recent steps being taken to make them feel more at home and strengthen their ties to the area.
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Jumping Ship: Former Corporate Leaders Tell All
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Join Michigan Nightlight this month in Detroit and Grand Rapids for a special speakers series event,
Jumping Ship: Leaders Who Left the Corporate Sector for the Social Sector.
Black Family Development's Faithful Shepherd
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
With faith, hard work, and strong partnerships, CEO Alice Thompson helps kids and families in southeast Michigan handle challenges with a holistic, culturally sensitive approach.
In Pursuit of a Fitter Detroit
Monday, March 03, 2014
Reid Thebault has spent 40 years with the
YMCA -- the last 20 in metro Detroit -- and will retire later this year. While he presided over a period of expansion for the Y, he considers his true legacy to be the organization's risk-taking culture.
Hip-Hop: Unifying Detroit Youth
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Hip-hop gets a bad reputation, but a look outside the mainstream, at a small but powerful program for Detroit youth, provides a whole different view.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Power of We Consortium coordinator Peggy Roberts works to improve conditions and access to resources for Ingham, Clinton and Eaton County’s most underserved populations – with social justice, equity and sustainability always at the forefront.
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