Month: September 2016

Ivylocs Teaches Children to See the Beauty of African American Culture

Ivylocs Teaches Children to See the Beauty of African American Culture

On August 28th, 2016, my husband and I attended Hug Day Detroit in Detroit’s Eastern Market. There were many amazingly, talented artists and various vendors selling art, jewelry, clothing, and other products at the event. We came across Danielle Carin Dunn’s table where she was […]

Retro Dining Experience at Seeburger’s Cheeseburgers

Retro Dining Experience at Seeburger’s Cheeseburgers

I remember the first time we went to Downtown Mt. Clemens, Michigan we discovered a burger diner in the downtown area called Seeburger’s Cheeseburgers. It has a retro feel to it with it’s classic jukebox and classic arcade in the back of the restaurant. We visited […]

Detroit Black Breastfeeding Summit Supports Moms

Detroit Black Breastfeeding Summit Supports Moms

So now that National Breastfeeding Month has come to an end, what happens now? When I attended the Black Breastfeeding Summit at the Charles H. Wright African American Museum in Detroit, I was thinking about this. I was wondering what happens after breastfeeding month ends. […]


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