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This episode is discusses hate crimes, civil rights, and gun laws.
We discuss a new book on Black Fatherhood and the 9th annual Arise Detroit event. Ep 4329.
We take a look back at some of this year’s memorable interviews.
An in-depth conversation with Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy. Ep 4327.
Reading Works organization and the Ford Freedom Awards. Ep 4326.
Detroit’s youngest entrepreneur; McDonald's shares the joy of gospel music. Ep 4325.
Law enforcement reform measures; M-1 rail project updates. Ep 4324.
Helping entrepreneurs succeed in Detroit; literacy and health movement for Detroit youth.
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The annual Arise Detroit event showcases Detroit Pride. Ep 4329/Seg 3.
Dr. Curtis Ivery discusses his new book, Black Fatherhood: Reclaiming our Legacy. E 4329/1
Ken Coleman remembers important moments in Detroit’s history. Ep 4329/Seg 2.
Juanita Moore joins us to discuss the successes of Charles H Wright Museum. Ep 4326/Seg 3.
Significant events in Detroit’s Black history. Ep 4326/Seg 2.
Reading Works’ goal to improve adult literacy rates in the Detroit area. Ep 4326/Seg 1.
McDonald’s spreads the joy of gospel music in a cross-county tour. Ep 4325/Seg 3.
A look back at important Detroit moments. Ep 4325/Seg 2.
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