Trinkets and Such owner and creator Daisha Mitchell. Her brand can be found at the 1441 Woodward Collective.michronicleonline.com
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Fourth time’s the charm for Trinkets and Such

MICHIGAN CHRONICLE — Daisha Mitchell was on the couch one night in October of 2016 Netflix and chilling with her boyfriend, when the idea for her company popped in her head. She would call it “Trinkets and Such.” […read more]

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Female Entrepreneur Breaks Cultural Barriers in Jamaica

NNPA NEWSWIRE — Founder of Compton, California-based entertainment law firm, “Wan Move,” Moiika Stanley’s first international event, the Wan Move Diaspora Experience (WMDE) Conference and festival is a trailblazing event scheduled to be held from Nov. 25–Dec. 2 in Kingston, Jamaica’s Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. Stanley said that hosting the conference in Jamaica was a no brainer and a direct representation of the island’s dynamic culture. […read more]

Wells Fargo has been in Washington, D.C., since 1914, with its first location on G Street NW. Since then, local investments in the District have included support for education, the arts and neighborhood revitalization, among other community needs.
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PRESS ROOM: Wells Fargo Invests $1.6 Billion to Help Revitalize D.C.’s Minority Neighborhoods

NNPA NEWSWIRE — The bank’s new commitment includes a five-year, $16 million philanthropic commitment more than triples Wells Fargo’s local giving, with a specific focus on Ward 7 and Ward 8. This philanthropy includes $4 million for Community Development Financial Institutions to grow the small business community and $6 million for nonprofit housing initiatives like down payment assistance and development of affordable rental properties. […read more]

Detroit Pistons head coach chatting with Michigan Chronicle publisher Hiram E. Jackson. PHOTO: Monica MorganMonica Morgan
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New Faces, New Places Reception Showcases Black Representation in Detroit

MICHIGAN CHRONICLE — The private event was held at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in midtown Detroit Thursday night, welcoming the city’s newest power players to Detroit. While the city is going through its resurgence and renaissance, there are a multitude of African-Americans who have stayed in Detroit through its hardships and many others who have been influential in its revival. […read more]