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Submitted 05-03-2016 under OPINION
Free college alone is not the cure to poverty. To address one inequity, we must address them all by authentically engaging those who have been marginalized. Only then is there hope for inclusive growth that benefits all.
Submitted 04-28-2016 under NONPROFITS
The Grandville Avenue Business Association and Habitat Kent are installing light post banners to help showcase the neighborhood and local businesses.
Submitted 04-19-2016 under NEWS
The Spoke Folks launches its 1000 Bikes Campaign this Sunday, April 24 at Brewery Vivant's Bikes for Beers event.
Submitted 04-05-2016 under VOICES
Ernesto Pulido trains in Clemente Park in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood and runs on Kent Trails to prepare for tryouts in his parents' home country, Mexico.
Submitted 03-01-2016 under NEWS
Nuestra Historia, Nuestra Voz, the current project of local Latino students exploring their personal and cultural histories through art, will result in a new mural in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood.
Submitted 02-29-2016 under NEWS
Host Jessica Young talks to Mike Saunders about how he uses his passion for art and equity to break down barriers to education and create unique learning opportunities.
Submitted 02-18-2016 under NEWS
Head barista Dan Shoup successfully prepared coffees to present to three judges to earn a spot at the U.S.Coffee Championship in April.
Submitted 02-16-2016 under NONPROFITS
"I learned that no matter what type of disability you have, you can still have fun." -Arts & Mentoring Dance Student
Submitted 02-12-2016 under NONPROFITS
Bringing new creative approaches and a wide variety of the past year's music videos from both local and national acts, co-hosts Ben Weissenborn and Ross Turcotte will be premiering season four in early 2016.
Submitted 02-02-2016 under NEWS
International food and beer tastings, music, dance and crafts will highlight the diverse cultures in West Michigan on Saturday, February 6.
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