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Diversity in classical music; Kiwanis Club celebrates history of service. Ep 4314.
Justice For All March in D.C., educating women about heart disease. Ep 4313.
A conversation with La June Montgomery Tabron, CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Ep 4312
A frank conversation about public safety in Detroit with Police Chief James Craig. Ep 4311
An in-depth conversation with Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr. Episode 4310.
Money for minority-owned businesses; helping young girls with self-esteem issues. Ep 4309.
What’s next for Detroit after bankruptcy? UAW-Ford honors employees. Ep. 4308.
We talk with Wayne County Executive-elect Warren Evans. Episode 4307.
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Celebrating 100 years of service with Detroit Kiwanis Number One. Ep 4314/Seg 3.
Kim Trent takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4314/Seg 2.
Sphinx Organization discusses the lack of diversity in the performing arts. Ep 4314/Seg 1.
A local initiative to educate black women about the heart disease. Ep 4313/Seg 3.
Our guest shares his experiences as a participant in the Justice For All March. Ep 4313/S1
Kim Trent takes a look back at important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4313/Seg 2
Minority-owned businesses in Detroit now have a new pool of money available. Ep 4309/Seg 1
Important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4309/Seg 2.
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