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Preparing children and adults for jobs of today and the future. Episode 4602
The Hudson Webber Foundation, Dolls of Color. Ep 4601
Women’s roles in Detroit’s resurgence and the fight against breast cancer. Ep 4551
The controversy surrounding MSP, plus the women’s group W.I.S.D.O.M. Ep 4550
Ford makes an investment in a Detroit neighborhood. Dance Afrika in Detroit. Ep. 4549
Huge upcoming estate sale; the need for diversity in the world of venture capital. Ep 4548
Taking an in-depth look at education in Detroit.
A series that puts emphasis on filmmaking. An in-depth report from Chalkbeat. Ep. 4547
Tony Kratofil and Dannis Mitchell; Episode 4602/Segment 3
Elaine Driker; Episode 4602/Segment 2
Dr. Tonya Matthews; Episode 4602/Segment 1
The 6th Annual Detroit Doll Show. Ep 4601/Segment 3
A continued look back at the 1967 rebellion. Ep 4601/Seg 2
A major foundation changes its funding strategies. Ep 4601/Seg 1
Stephen talks to Dr. Michele Cote. Ep 4551/Segment 3
Akosua Barthwell Evans. Ep 4551/Seg 2
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