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A student voices concern on school closings; an organization builds up communities Ep 4523
Racism and the Flint water crisis. Local head start programs get a financial boost Ep 4522
New leadership for local pastoral coalition; local women honored for their achievements.
An update on the financial health of Wayne County. Ep 4520.
A conversation w/one of the original Tuskegee Airmen; a lesson on with origin of A Phi.
Our panel of community and thought leaders discuss various aspects of mentorship.
Our guest panel discusses Trump administration and closing of Detroit schools. Ep 4517.
A community approach to gun violence; Detroit Repertory Theatre celebrates 60 years.
Interview with Esther Gordy Edwards. Ep. 4523/Seg 2
Profile of Detroit artist Sydney G James. Ep. 4523/Seg 4
A local organization uses a different approach to build up communities. Ep. 4523/Segment 3
A Detroit student voices her concern on school closings. Ep 4523/Seg 1
Interview with Dave Bing from 1986 E 4522/Seg 2.
Local Michigan head start programs get a financial boost. Ep 4522/Seg 3
A report indicates that racism played a role in the Flint water crisis Ep 4522/Seg 1
A special honor for women who have mastered their careers. Ep 4521/Seg 3.
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