DETROIT (WXYZ) — The number of people getting the delta variant continues to grow and the majority of adults being hospitalized or even dying are among the non-vaccinated group.
The state is making an extra push to get older Michiganders a COVID-19 vaccine, especially if they’re hesitant.
Black clergy members across the US are filling in the gap of COVID-19 care by hosting testing and vaccination clinics.
Israel’s Ambassador to the United States and United Nations makes his first official tour of Black America with the Philos Project
To coincide with Black History Month, H. E. Gilad Erdan, Ambassador from Israel to the United States and the United Nations participate in a listening and learning tour hosted by the Philos Project to learn about and engage with members of the African-American community in Charleston, SC and Montgomery, AL.
World Health Organization (WHO) investigators looking into the origins of the coronavirus in China have discovered signs the outbreak was much wider in Wuhan in December 2019 than previously thought, and are urgently seeking access to hundreds of thousands of blood samples from the city that China has not so far let them examine.
Vaccines could soon be administered at nearly a dozen metro Detroit churches.
When a Covid-19 vaccine becomes widely available to Americans, Joe Cunningham says he won’t be taking it.”I don’t know, I don’t understand it,” the 85-year-old said. “I’d like to know where it’s coming from.”
Detroit’s Black community leaders are blasting Wayne State University for doing a poor job of serving the city, citing its low Black student enrollment, retention and graduation rates.
The new documentary, “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” has been greenlit for an in-person viewing in Detroit on Aug. 6 — the 55th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act into law.