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Curtis Lipscomb, 1 of 10 black male activists, wins leadership award and support for KICK's young adult project
Ten Detroit men - teachers, businessmen, writers and pastors - have been named winners of the BME Leadership Award, created to honor black men who step up to lead the community.
"The award shines a light on a truth about Detroit that we need to...
KICK and Black Pride Society Team Up For the Planning of Detroit's Black Pride Celebration: Hotter Than July! 2012
Detroit, MI - KICK - The Agency for LGBT African Americans and Black Pride Society (BPS), the producers of the nation's third oldest black LGBT pride celebration in the United States have joined forces to produce the seventeenth installment of Det...
Bridging Communities is hosting its first Pre Valentine Dance Fundraiser to support the elders of Southwest Detroit by providing essential resources that enhances their quality of life. This is an intergenerational multicultural event that brings ...
Afrikan Diskipline will be opening its Midtown Location Wednesday Decemeber 7, 2011.
Classes will start at 5pm. Register today to retain your space. Class sizes are limited.
Check out our Grand Opening discounts are monthly memberships, st...
KICK humbly requests your assistance...
As posted in the Detroit Free Press, by staff writer Tammy Stables Battaglia, dated November 8, 2011:
Detroit Police investigators are searching for a transgender teen who has been missing for two week...
Philasean Benjamin is our newest addition to the staff at KICK- The Agency for LGBT African Americans. She serves as KICK's Program Coordinator. Ms. Benjamin is a Conflict Engagement Specialist with a passion for civic activism and advocacy. She...
Pride and Passion The African-American Baseball Experience Ongoing Exhibit at the Detroit Public Library
Pride and Passion: The African-American Baseball Experience, a traveling exhibition for libraries, was organized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, New York, and the American Library Association Public Programs Office, ...
Now through Saturday, July 17, the 'Great American Artists' exhibition will grace the walls of the Carr Center's Ford gallery. It features works from 11 African American figurative artists - Christopher Batten, Endia Beal, Halima Cassells, Alonzo ...
Job Opportunities Now Posted: Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History - CFO, Gift Store Manager, More
Please visit our website to see our most recent job openings. Current positions (as of 4/25/2011) include:
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Gift Store Manager
Digital Media Designer
Development - Grant Writing Int...