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The Faces behind the Detroit Native Sun

Detroit Native Sun Newswire is your essential guide to all that is happening, from culture and art to world news. Our team of editorial professionals works tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure you have the best possible experience interacting with our newspaper, by bringing you the latest updates and in-depth reporting.


Our newswire was created, after receiving requests to grant permission to republish articles from newspapers across the country. 

We publish every article and every issue with our readers' interests in mind, providing fresh, comprehensive and insightful stories for you to read, share or save for later. Join our growing community today—sign up for daily updates and to download articles from our newswire.

The Detroit Native Sun is a monthly free community newspaper that was founded in October 2005. It features informative and entertaining articles written by award-winning journalists to stimulate the mind and raise emotions.

  Special section fronts include Kidz Times, written by area youth, Words of Wisdom which provide a forum for senior citizens to speak out, and Xpressions which give local poets and artists a platform to showcase their works. The Health section seeks to close gaps in disparities by highlighting critical healthcare issues and concerns affecting the African American community such as HIV and AIDS, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, organ donation, and others. Positively Detroit spotlights individuals and groups making significant contributions to the community.

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