1. LSA faculty share the television shows and films whose stories matter now

    LSA faculty representing a wide range of disciplines and expertise shared some of their recommendations for films on race and racism that are worth adding to your list.

  2. They just shot a Steven Soderbergh movie at this UM-Dearborn professor’s Detroit house

    Dale and Anne Thomson’s Detroit home recently played host to actors Ray Liotta and Benicio Del Toro.

  3. U-M, community partners tackle energy insecurity in three Detroit neighborhoods

    A new University of Michigan-led project, in partnership with four Detroit community-based organizations, will work with residents of 200 low- and moderate-income households in three Detroit neighborhoods to improve home energy efficiency and to lower monthly utility bills.

  4. Michigan Minds: How political conflict and participation address issues of inequality

    In this episode of Michigan Minds, Christian Davenport, professor of political science and faculty associate at the Center for Political Studies, shares his insights on the current protests and political…

  5. U-M story lab to amplify Detroit River narratives

    In partnership with the Detroit River Story Lab, the Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom at Taubman College has coordinated a number of courses this semester to focus on the Detroit River’s history.

  6. Michigan Minds: How COVID-19 is impacting Detroit residents

    In this episode of Michigan Minds, Jeffrey Morenoff, director of the Institute for Social Research Population Studies Center, explains the goals of DMACS and shares recent findings from the surveys on how Detroiters are experiencing the pandemic.

  7. Prenatal safety net: Mobile clinic gives free services to Detroit moms

    For mom Heavenlee Gordon, The Luke Clinic couldn’t have come into her life at a better time. At a church in southwest Detroit, Gordon found the help she needed and…

  8. Ecologists across the country say academy must root out racism, recognize Black scholar excellence

    The scholars challenge the academy to recognize Black scholars of excellence and change the culture in ecology and evolution, in general, and for Black women, specifically.

  9. Riana Elyse Anderson: On Thursday’s panel for the National Urban League’s State of Black America report

    Tune in Thursday from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. to hear Riana Elyse Anderson, assistant professor of health behavior and health education at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, talk about the National Urban League’s State of Black America report.