August 15, 2022


Santa Maria History

Stateside: Detroit health chief on vaccines comics and Afrofuturism Black family members homeschooling

Today on Stateside, the head of Detroit’s wellbeing section expresses tentative optimism about the existing phase in the city’s struggle from COVID-19. Additionally, visions of Afrofuturism as found in American comics. And, what homeschooling has to give for Black households during—and after—the pandemic.

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Head of Detroit’s well being division talks about equity in the city’s vaccine rollout

  • Denise Truthful is the main community health and fitness officer for the Detroit Health and fitness Division

MSU museum show explores Afrofuturism by Black comedian e book figures

  • Julian Chambliss is a professor of English at Michigan State College.

Why are far more Black people homeschooling? It’s not just about the pandemic.

  • Salima Ellis is the university chief of Common Minds College of Evolution.
  • Bernita Bradley is the Midwest regional delegate for the Countrywide Parents Union and the founder of the Engaged Detroit Homeschooling Community.
  • For extra info about making the leap to homeschooling and the engaged Detroit Homeschooling Network, email [email protected] or connect with 248-217-0879.