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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
We take an in-depth look at the turbulent summer of ’67.
Has Detroit media coverage changed since the 1967 rebellion? Ep 4539.
Celebrating achievements of Black men; community event remembers Detroit ‘67. Ep 4538.
Impact of President Trump’s policies on minorities; acquittals of police officers. Ep 4537
A chat with DPS superintendent; new exhibit on the 1967 rebellion. Ep 4536.
A preview of the 2017 African World Festival. Ep 4542/Seg 4.
Efforts to help Detroit residents with water shutoffs. Ep 4542/Seg 2.
The progress and challenges of minority-owned businesses in Detroit. Ep 4542/Seg 1.
An excerpt from the Detroit Historical Society’s “Detroit 67 Oral History Project.”
An excerpt from the Detroit 67 Oral History Project. Ep. 4541/Seg 2
A program that helps keep top talent in Detroit. Ep. 4541/Seg 3
A look at efforts to increase minority organ and tissue donors. Ep. 4541/Seg 1
A program helps teachers understand racial diversity in schools. Ep. 4541/Seg 4
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