Tall, fine and talented is the perfect prescription for the ladies---and the perfect description of actor Leon Robinson.
Writer, director and native Detroiter Mike Binder brings a brilliant and riveting screen performance to life in the film Black or White. Starring Academy award-winning actors Kevin Costner (Elliott Anderson), an affluent attorney and Octavia Spencer (Rowena Jeffers), a self-made business woman, and actors Anthony Mackie (Jeremiah Jeffers) and Jillian Estell (Eloise Anderson), real life events unfold as Elliot is suddenly struck by the tragic loss of his wife.
Detroit CEO Magazine caught up with the lovely Malinda Williams to talk about the relationship and love dynamics of the film and the importance of depicting wholesome images of black love throughout the media. Here’s what she had to say.
For better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health and until death do us part are powerful phrases familiar to many. Dr. Jacqueline Del Rosario has committed her life and noted research to helping thousands of couples and potential couples to understand and live out the meaning of these words. Here’s what she had to say.
Education ‘runs’ in the family---literally. Dr. Arica Johnson is a champion for women, optimal health and education. As the Vice President of the Calvin Johnson Jr. Foundation she directs the day-to-day operations to ensure underserved students are given opportunities to attend college. She spoke exclusively with Detroit CEO Magazine about the state of educational leadership, women’s health and transformational change.