Afrofuturism has been gaining more popularity throughout the years with several films, books and other fictional works being released that focus on the subject. An AfroFuture Fest even took place last August in Detroit.
WHFR, Henry Ford College’s radio station, held its 12th annual Record Show and very first “Rock & Roll” Craft Bazaar this past Saturday.
Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation gives an inside look this month into the world of LEGO building.
Henry Ford College hosted an album art exhibit as well as five live local bands in the Sisson Gallery in the MacKenzie Fine Arts building from September 11-26. The exhibit and performances were coordinated by Sisson Gallery curator Steve Glazer.
On Sept. 7, Henry Ford College students visited the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant to learn more about Henry Ford and the Model-T. Each fall semester the Henry Ford II Honors Program offers an Honors Colloquium class specific to Detroit’s history.
Sisters Mena and Zena Nasiri have been working to promote inclusion of female Muslim characters in literature in schools and libraries in Michigan.
The work of grassroots nonprofits can fall under the radar as news of Detroit’s revitalization focuses on multi-million dollar development projects near downtown and midtown.
Urban Dictionary defines a skoolie as a school bus that has been purchased by a private owner and converted for some other purpose other than hauling people around, such as RVing.
The 2018 Broadway hit, “Lobby Hero,” by Kenneth Lonergan, is set to take the stage this spring semester at Henry Ford College.