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DPTV commemorates Black History Month as part of its continued commitment to showcasing diverse stories and storytellers. Watch this curated a collection of remarkable stories for you to watch throughout the month
Legendary Julie Andrews and award winning writer, Emma Walton Hamilton, authors of “The First Notes: The Story of Do Re Mi.” The book introduces readers to the remarkable story of the development of written music, and speaks to the beauty of music and the power of perseverance through the story of Guido d’Arezzo from one thousand years ago.
- 2/02/23: One Detroit – Local AAPI community vigil, Tyre Nichols death, Black History Month, Sculptor Austen Brantley, One Detroit Weekendon February 2, 2023
Michigan’s AAPI community holds a local vigil for the victims of the Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay shootings. Stephen Henderson hosts a roundtable on Tyre Nichols death. ASALH President Dr. W. Marvin Dulaney shares the founding of Black History Month. Detroit-based sculptor Austen Brantley shares more about his exhibit “Musé,” and two upcoming projects. Plus, weekend events in metro Detroit. Read Now at One Detroit.
- 1/31/23: American Black Journal – Detroit’s Black churches champion education, Church of the Messiah honors first responderson January 31, 2023
American Black Journal’s “Black Church in Detroit" series examines the important role of the church as champions for the city's schools and students. Plus, the Church of the Messiah hosts an awards ceremony honoring Detroit’s first responders for keeping residents safe during two major fires in Islandview. Read Now at One Detroit.
- Ian Outside: Winning winteron January 31, 2023
Editor’s Note: Look for coverage of Great Lakes recreation and adventure in this new monthly feature. The author, Ian Solomon, founded Amplify Outside, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing access and representation by Black people in the outdoors, starting in the Great Lakes region. Find more about him HERE. As the age old saying goes, “you never know what you have until it’s gone.” And while winter is technically here, the season we knew as children seems long gone. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.