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U of M’s steps to address diversity; Black Friday shopping experience in Detroit. Ep 4408.
An in-depth conversation with Detroit’s new Fire Commissioner. Ep 4407.
New literacy program in Detroit; PAL launches baseball & photography programs. Ep 4406
Help with ACA open enrollment; one of Detroit’s most successful entrepreneurs. Ep 4405
Campaign to process abandoned rape kits; revitalizing the Livernois corridor. Ep 4404.
BINGO mentoring program for young men; film scholarship for youth. Ep 4403.
Rev. Jesse Jackson discusses Rainbow Push Summit; encouraging interest in STEM. Ep 4402
John W. Barfield shares his success story; getting mental health campaign. Ep 4401.
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U of M creates plan to address diversity concerns. Ep 4408/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4408/Seg 2.
Black Friday’s “The Blackout on the Avenue” shopping experience. Ep 4408/Seg 3.
Ken Coleman looks back at important moments in Detroit black history. Ep 4407/Seg 2.
Detroit PAL launches new programs for Detroit kids. Ep 4406/Seg 3.
Ken Coleman revisits important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4406/Seg 2.
New program to increase vocabulary and literacy skills. Ep 4406/Seg 1.
We offer some vital information about the enrollment process. Ep 4405/Seg 1.
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