Hispanic leader envisions opportunity and success for Flint Latinos

Hispanic leader envisions opportunity and success for Flint Latinos

Asa Zuccaro never bought into negative mythology about Mexico. Stereotypical depictions of an impoverished nation where filth and violence were plagued every corner just didn’t resonate with his experience as the product of proud, hard-working Mexican immigrants who positively contributed to Flint. After college he visited the nation to see things for himself. The self-discovery […]

Cooking up a career: Local chef whips up culinary dishes and creativity at T.aste of C.ulture Catering

Cooking up a career: Local chef whips up culinary dishes and creativity at T.aste of C.ulture Catering

She is known for her “Soul Food Sundays” and “Wing Wednesdays,” especially the “vegan wings,” a novelty when it comes to diehard chicken-lovers. For Talicia Campbell, trying out new things with her emerging business is already old hat. As the owner of T.aste of C.ulture Catering, the young entrepreneur is already pushing her talent in […]

Rebirth of a Movement – McCree Theatre promotes new era in black artistic expression

Rebirth of a Movement – McCree Theatre promotes new era in black artistic expression

During the golden era of black theatre in America Flint gave birth to a community jewel. The decade that followed the civil rights movement and its racial, social, and political conflicts saw a generation of writers, painters, choreographers and cultural activists emerge, eager to assert their identity through self-expression. Black artists in Flint shared the […]

Flint Homecoming panelists stress importance of engagement and action

Flint Homecoming panelists stress importance of engagement and action

Bilal Kareem Tawwab took on more than a job when he accepted the leadership of Flint Community Schools in 2015. The new superintendent took it upon himself to learn everything he could about the school system before he set about the task of improving the quality of education for thousands of the community’s young people. […]