Whenever I talk to parents of 20-somethings, all I ever hear is “Don’t rush them into marriage; they’re too young.” In 1960, two-thirds of young people in their 20s were married. Today, it’s less than one-third. According to the Census Bureau, the median age at first marriage in 2010 is 28.2 for men and 26.1 [Read on...]
Former 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Nathaniel Jones
On Friday, October 29, I had the privilege of serving as keynote speaker for the conference titled “From Redlining to White Flight: The History of Housing Segregation & The Importance of Regionalism.” The conference was a partnership between the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and [Read on...]
We are always hearing that trends start on the coasts and head inland. Luckily Michigan and other Midwest states don’t always follow those trends – particularly the ones that get their start in California (although we might want to follow California’s winning ways in sports).
The latest trend comes from San Francisco where the city’s [Read on...]