A new chapter in American history began Wednesday, Jan. 20, and watching that new beginning brought Michiganders to tears.
“Folks are going to have to adapt to her rather than her adapting to them."
“I'd like to see him respond to the pandemic in an educated way. I don't need him to solve COVID, but I'd like to see him respond to it thoughtfully vs. ignore it or call it fake news.”
The “We Are One” virtual celebration will feature music, guest speakers, and performances from America’s famed HBCU marching bands as the country celebrates this historic inauguration of the Biden-Harris administration.
From virtual watch parties to live streaming online, Michiganders celebrate the historic ceremony from the comfort—and safety—of home.
In case you were out celebrating on Saturday and missed Biden and Harris speak, we've got you covered.
For the first time in its 244-year history, the United States of America has elected a woman to the second-highest elected office—and she’s a woman of color. Kamala Harris has made history.