Platinum Keyz Recording Studio Offers Professional Production Services For Any Skill Level

photo of Michael Williams

Photo by Jacobi Williams

By Deborah M. Walker

LANSING, MI — Platinum Keyz Recording Studio offers a laid-back atmosphere in a professional setting. Using state-of-the-art equipment and its expert staff,

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You may be suffering from “Vicarious Trauma”: What it is and what you can do about it

Above: As the message, “This report contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised” scrolls across the television screen, it is too late to turn the television off. The viewers are often surprised and/or disturbed by the content.

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Spring Field Trip? Visit the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History provides learning opportunities, exhibitions, programs, and events based on collections and research that explore the diverse history and culture of African-Americans and their African origins.

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African American Woman, Melina Brann, in a Creative Business: Do What You Love

Photo of Melina Brann an artist who took a chance and found success.

Get some coffee and check out Brann’s show at the Blue Owl Coffee shop located at 1236 Turner Road.,

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African American Woman, Onylah Taggert, in a Creative Business: Do What You Love

If you are looking for a special gift
visit Taggart’s DBN (Dazzle By
Ny) Boutique. The fashion bou-
tique is located in downtown East
Lansing, MI. Log on to the site at
www.dbnboutique.com

By Deborah M.

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Lansing NAACP Donates $50,000 to the Legal Services of South-Central Michigan

By Deborah M. Walker

LANSING, MI  – It happens time and time again, a convicted felon finds the perfect job, house, or school. He (or she) fills out the application and submits it for a background check.

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African Americans Are Finding Success as Indie Authors

Left to right – Guest Jackie Goldman at the Detroit Book City Holiday Book Festival held in December of 2021 with author, Deborah Walker, whose pen name is Nova Wallace.

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Gift of Life Michigan: Striving to Have a Greater Impact in the Lives of Black and Brown People

 

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor stands with Sonya and John Edmond while they hold a proclamation and resolution to celebrate Amaia Alysse Edmond Gift of Life Day, who was murdered in 2010.

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The Lansing Barber Styling College has New Owners and New Opportunities

Above: Travis Sanders and Marcel Mayberry are barbers, cousins and business partners. Owning a family business is not new for them and they wanted the opportunity to teach others. They purchased the place where they learned how to become barbers when they heard it was going out of business.

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Author Dara Mayhoe: From A Hard Life, To “A Wonderful Change”

Dara Mayhoe wrote a book about her life and encourages other to do the same.

​LANSING, MI — Dara Mayhoe’s book “A Wonderful Change” dives into her life that started in poverty and despair.

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