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A series that puts emphasis on filmmaking. An in-depth report from Chalkbeat. Ep. 4547
Detroit’s Qline moves into its next phase after providing thousands of free rides. Ep 4546
How does the nation heal and move forward after the violence in Charlottesville? Ep 4545.
What’s new, who’s performing, and how the city benefits from Detroit Jazz Fest. Ep 4544.
A call for hundreds of volunteer mentors; independent filmmakers share their work. Ep 4543
Challenges of minority-owned businesses; preview of African World Festival. Ep 4542.
A look at efforts to increase organ donors. A program keeping talent in Detroit. Ep. 4541
A look at “Detroit” the movie. A historian’s view on Detroit 1967. Ep. 4540
A new in-depth report from Chalkbeat Detroit. Ep 4547 / Seg 4
A clip from the Detroit 67 Oral History Project. Ep 4547/Seg 2
A preview of the upcoming One Detroit roadshow. Ep. 4547/Seg 3
WGPR-TV launches a series that puts emphasis on the craft of filmmaking. Ep. 4547/ Seg 1
Judge Damon Keith shares his memories of Detroit ‘67.
We meet the winners of Hatch Detroit’s top prize. Ep 4546/Seg 3.
The Detroit QLine moves into the next phase of operations. We get an update. Ep 4546/Seg 1
How does the nation heal and move forward after the violence in Charlottesville? E 4545/S1
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