2020 census data shows a population decline in Michigan’s Black communities. One local leader says it’s to find more opportunities in the South.
From the legacy of his ancestors to navigating a disease threatening Black Michiganders today, Rudy Hobbs is steeped in history.
The diverse group of established leaders prove that Black Michiganders are not monolithic—and they’re ready to disrupt the status quo.
Black leaders are ready to move forward and continue the work of uniting the country after four years of division coming from the White House.