The Goods — Flint

LaTashia M. Perry: Empowering Young Minds One Book at a Time | The GOODS

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Flint, Michigan native LaTashia M. Perry has been adding to the culture of her hometown and beyond since the release of her debut children's book "Hair Like Mine" in 2015. As a mother of five, the accomplished author/entrepreneur understands the importance of positive influence and proper representation which is the main theme of her company, Kids Like Mine.

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Krystal Cooke: Spraying, Bourdain & Suicide Prevention | The GOODS

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Krystal Cooke, a growing art sensation, originally from Wisconsin, has made a very colorful and expressive home in Flint, Michigan. The city has seen its share of troubles in the past but is now on a trajectory of art, culture and business development. Krystals landing was j

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Crim 2018: Igniting your inner champion | The GOODS

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The streets are calling The sight of thousands of people gearing up to release their strides upon the pavement for up to 10 miles is something to behold. It’s paradoxically intimidating and inspiring. The more you shy away from it, the more you want to take part in it next year. READ MORE...

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Interns with intention: Educating a community through entrepreneurship - The GOODS

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23-year-old Central Michigan University student Brandon York is a man of purpose. Born in Detroit and raised in Wayne County, his family would later move to Flint by the time he was due to enter high school. After graduating from Grand Blanc High School in...

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