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A black cultural arts center in Detroit celebrates its 25th anniversary. Ep 4509.
The new CEO of the Focus:HOPE; plus, higher education opportunities in the city. Ep 4508.
A spike in racist incidents following election of Donald Trump. Ep 4507.
Outlook for black business owners; prepping Detroiters for skilled trades jobs. Ep 4506
Importance of voting; group uses the arts to improve the lives of people w/ special needs.
We talk with a young man freed from prison after being wrongfully convicted. Ep 4504.
Wide-ranging interview with former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer. Ep 4503.
A star-studded fundraiser for Flint kids; an intl. artist’s exhibit in Detroit. Ep 4502.
A citywide call to action to strengthen early childhood services in Detroit. Ep 4509/Seg 3
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4509/Seg 2.
A black cultural arts center in Detroit celebrates its 25th anniversary. Ep 4509/Seg 1.
A new partnership between a university and Detroit church. Ep 4508/Seg 3.
A conversation with the new CEO of the nationally renowned Focus: HOPE. Ep 4508/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at important moments in Detroit’s Black history. Ep 4508/Seg 2.
We talk with U of M’s first Chief Diversity Officer. Ep 4507/Seg 3.
Ken Coleman looks back at life in Detroit. Ep 4507/Seg 2.
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