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Expert advice on starting and growing a business; Detroiter donates piece of her history.
Our panel tackles some of the topics impacting the Black community. Ep 4449.
Efforts to help young, black males succeed educationally in Detroit. Ep 4411.
We discuss the 37th anniversary of the Detroit Jazz Festival. Ep 4447.
A look at the direct link between growing up poor and going to prison. Ep 4438.
Efforts to prevent heart disease; art project transforms a neighborhood. Ep 4445.
Details on “Men of Courage.” Plus, young people showcase their artistic talents. Ep 4444.
Exploring white privilege, police & community relations, and racial biases.
Detroit woman donates a precious piece of history to a new museum in D.C. Ep 4450/Seg 3.
Mark Lee and Kimberly Faison offer advice to aspiring business owners. Ep 4450/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at life in Detroit. Ep. 4450/Seg 2.
We meet a young man who’s being honored as a future leader. Ep 4449/Seg 3.
Donald Trump’s visit to Detroit, Colin Kaepernick’s protest. Ep 4449/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at important moments in Detroit’s history. Ep 4449/Seg 2.
What to expect at this year’s Detroit Jazz Festival. Ep 4447/Seg 1.
We continue the discussion about Detroit Jazz Festival programming. Ep 4447/Seg 3.
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