Pancakes & Politics News

May 18th, 2017

Arts and culture; Detroit’s biggest open secret

To anyone existing beyond the city limits, Detroit’s notorious headlines over the years might make it seem that the words ‘Detroit’ and ‘culture’ cannot co-exist within the confines of the same sentence. Because how can an overwhelmingly black, overwhelmingly poor city, a city that even today is trying to shake the reputation as one of … Continued

April 20th, 2017

Pancakes and Politics 2017: April 20, 2017

Today, the Michigan Chronicle hosted Pancakes and Politics 2017 at the Detroit Athletic Club to discuss strategies to boost Detroit’s recovery with the topic of “The Road to Rebuilding Detroit: The Foundation Community Provides Their Perspective.” Panel guests included David Egner, President & CEO of the Ralph C. Wilson Foundation, Mariam Noland, President of the … Continued