EMU Senior Creates Resource for Black Students

. November 30, 2018.

To help orient new university students of color, Eastern Michigan University senior Honoré Washington created a resource called the BlackBook, which lists local black-owned businesses and goods and services providers aimed at the black community. She hopes the guide will help students of color feel more at home in Ypsilanti by quickly connecting them to the black community.

To receive an electronic version of the BlackBook, email emu.bma@gmail.com.

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