Last year, 50 African-American women from Flint were selected to have their portrait taken as part of a project meant to, in the words of photographer Jerry Taliaferro, “reveal the beauty and souls of black women.” The exhibit opening this weekend at the Flint Institute of Arts is called “Women of a New Tribe."
WKAR's Jamie Paisley speaks with Kathy Jackson, of the 50 African-American women chosen to be part of the Flint Institute of Art's exhibit "Women of a New Tribe."
WKAR Public Media has launched a new, free, localized 24/7 children’s service – WKAR’s latest initiative to support early learning in the community. WKAR will broadcast PBS KIDS shows 24 hours a day on an additional television channel called WKAR PBS KIDS, making it easy for local children to watch their favorite series during primetime and after-school hours when viewing among families is high.
Detroit Free Press auto critic Mark Phelan previews the 2017 North American International Auto Show; Michigan Environmental Council policy director James Clift looks at sustainability-related issues facing Michigan in the new year; Jennifer Orlando and Ignacio Andrade discuss MSU's Martin Luther King Day celebration plans.