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Helping entrepreneurs succeed in Detroit; literacy and health movement for Detroit youth.
President Lincoln’s legacy; impact of the Emancipation Proclamation. Ep 4322.
Jackets for Jobs turns 15; African-Americans in science fiction. Ep 4321.
Congresswoman Lawrence discusses new leadership role and WSU honors Viola Liuzzo. Ep 4320.
Tavis Smiley sounds off on the promise and challenges of revitalizing Detroit.
We conclude our Black History Month salute & look forward to Women’s History Month. E 4318
History-making judge; special events at Charles H. Wright Museum. Ep 4317.
Dr. Alma Stallworth and history-making WGPR-TV. Ep 4316.
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Tips for Detroit’s aspiring entrepreneurs. Ep 4323/Seg 1.
New efforts to get kids to read more and eat healthier. Ep 4323/Seg 3.
A look back at Detroit’s Black history. Ep 4323/Seg 2.
The impact of the Emancipation Proclamation. Ep 4322/Seg 3.
Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses the legacy of President Lincoln. Ep 4322/Seg 1
Kim Trent takes a look back at life in Detroit. Ep 4322/Seg 2.
A look at diversity in the world of science fiction and fantasy. Ep 4321/Seg 3.
Jackets for Jobs celebrates 15th anniversary. Ep 4321/Seg 1.
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