Highland Park Mom Transforms Blighted Neighborhood To Beauty While Suffering Devastating LossA lifelong Highland Park resident couldn’t ignore the extreme blight on one city block. She bought an abandoned house on the block, fixed it up, and began creating Avalon Village, turning blight into beauty. There’s now a homework house, STEM lab, and basketball court for the youths well Community spaces that offer free WiFI
Only Black Woman Vet In Detroit Offering Mobile Pet Services, Finds Success With BusinessWhen the pandemic prevented her from opening a Vet center, Detroit Veterinarian starts a mobile Vet clinic, making her the only woman in Detroit offering this service.
Najah Bazzy's Zaman International is Making Detroit a Better PlaceNajah Bazzy, RN, is an internationally recognized healer, humanitarian and interfaith leader who left a six-figure salary as a critical-care nurse to build Zaman International.
One Woman's Quest for Sustainability In Detroit - Eye On DetroitPashon Murray, the founder of Detroit Dirt, believes sustainability is the solution for Detroit, at least one of them.
Women’s History Month: Alyssa Rogers Of The Detroit Community FridgeThe fridge and pantry is filled with both fresh and non-perishable foods and is the first of its kind in Detroit.
Women’s History Month: Honoring Veronica Claybrone Of The Metropolitan Detroit Diaper BankThe bank provides potty-training, personal care items and over 90,000 diapers monthly to babies, seniors and kids with special needs.
Adrienne Bennett is Making History in the World of PlumbingA pioneer in America's plumbing and construction industries, Adrienne Bennett is North America's first and only female licensed master plumber and plumbing contractor.
Metro Detroit Women, Linda Orlans and Carla Walker-Miller, Honored in Southeastern Michigan Business Hall of FameIn time for Women's History Month, Junior Achievement has announced two women will be entered into its Southeastern Michigan Business Hall of Fame!
WATCH Street Beat: Women's History MonthThis week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn looks at how the world is changing for women during Women’s History Month.
Conversations With Women From America’s Past
Street Beat: Women's History MonthIn recognition of Women’s History Month, Host Roxanne Steele of AMP Radio talks to various organizations helping women in business for the Sunday, March 3 edition of "Street Beat."