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A look at the issues surrounding the death of unarmed teenager, Michael Brown. Ep 4237
The world’s largest free jazz festival is turning 35 years old this year. Episode 4236.
Discrimination in the housing market; new photo book features the Detroit River. Ep 4235.
Impact of M-1 project; Cody High School gets a major renovation. Episode 4234.
Childhood development in Michigan; success of Detroit-based White Construction. Ep 4233.
Underground Railroad conference comes to town; Detroiter inspires black males. Ep 4232.
Local connection to the 1964 Freedom Summer Project, plus Detroit pride goes on display.
We take a look at the recommendations of the Detroit Blight Removal Task Force. Ep 4230.
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Examination of the lessons to be learned from Ferguson. Ep. 4237/Seg 3.
Discussion of the aftermath of Mike Brown’s death. Ep 4237/Seg 1.
Important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep. 4237/Seg 2.
Jazz Festival leadership joins to discuss the diverse lineup of performers. Ep 4236/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman shares important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4236/Seg 2.
Special performance by the Ursula Walker – Buddy Budson Quartet. Episode 4236/Seg 3.
Bias in the housing market and how to recognize if you’re a victim. Ep 4235/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Episode 4235/Seg 2.
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