Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation: $1000 grants awarded regularly for ‘awesome’ projects in Washtenaw County!!

Ann Arbor is now home to a branch of the Boston-based micro-philanthropic organization –The Awesome Foundation. Called A2Awesome, the group will be meeting… [more]

Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation:  $1000 grants awarded regularly for ‘awesome’ projects in Washtenaw County!! Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation:  $1000 grants awarded regularly for 'awesome' projects in Washtenaw County!!

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We are excited to share our new AnotherAnnArbor.org website with you! We hope you enjoy the new design and upgraded features. Please take a look around… [more]

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Learn about our educational programs and resources for the African American community in Washtenaw County.… [more]

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Check out our calendar to submit your event or find out about upcoming local events of interest to African Americans in Washtenaw County.… [more]

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Free Easter Egg Hunt, this Saturday in Ypsilanti. Sponsored by the African American Organizations of Washtenaw County and Friends

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Washtenaw Faces Race Community Conversation: Race and Transportation

 Washtenaw Faces Race  Community Conversation:Race and Transportation Saturday, April 26, 20141:00-4:00 pm Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice,Northside Presbyterian Church,Upper Sanctuary1679 Broadway St, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 The issue of strong and dependable transit in our county is an issue that impacts people of all backgrounds and in various communities of Washtenaw County.   It is important to understand what racial and economic implications transit enhancements and … [Read More...]

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Pathways to Success Campus to Offer New Niche for AAPS High School Students

April 16, 2014By Tara CavanaughWhen the new Pathways to Success Campus opens this fall, it will be home to a program that’s unlike anything the district has offered before.The program will feature a variety of options to help students choose their best pathway to success, said Lee Ann Dickinson-Kelley, the district’s interim deputy superintendent for instructional services.“We really see the opportunity to create another option for students who benefit from a small learning environment, flexible … [Read More...]

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Congratulations Dr. Jann Joseph

 Dr. Jann Joseph has been named Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (EVCAA) at Indiana University South Bend. Joseph is currently the Dean of the College of Education at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) in Ypsilanti and has more than 27 years of experience in higher education. She begins her duties on July 1, 2014.“I am delighted to announce that Dr. Joseph will be joining the leadership team at IU South Bend,” said Chancellor Terry L. Allison. “She is a dynamic leader and will … [Read More...]

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Unemployment Compensation is Taxable – Learn More

Unemployment Compensation Benefits and Your Taxes-- Three things you need to know --The state unemployment compensation program provides benefits that are on the average 50% of a worker's pay prior to being laid off from work. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the unemployment rate for African Americans fluctuated between 12% and 13% last year in 2013 many of which received unemployment benefits.Here are 3 things to know:#1 - It may come as a surprise to some workers, but unemployment … [Read More...]

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