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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.
Efforts to change stereotypes about black men; winning small business ideas. Ep 4515.
Detroit welcomes a new museum; local group helps men become better fathers. Ep 4514.
A look back at some of our memorable guests and segments from 2016. Ep 4513.
Flint Mayor Karen Weaver discusses latest charges in the city’s water crisis. EP 4512.
Efforts to make Detroit cleaner; a look at justice and race relations in Detroit. Ep 4511.
A 1993 Detroit Black Journal interview with filmmaker Robert Townsend. Ep 4518/Seg 2.
Popular stage play “Married But Single Too” premieres in Detroit this week. Ep 4518/Seg 1.
Black History Month at the Charles H. Wright Museum. Ep 4518/Seg 3.
Love and relationships; Black History Month programming at The Wright. Ep 4518.
Downtown Boxing Gym founder Khali Sweeney on providing safe spaces for children.
The importance of cross-cultural mentorship for youth.
Importance of mentoring in the educational field.
Importance of mentorship for Detroit’s next generation.
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