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A focus on the crisis in the Detroit Public School district and some helpful health tips.
The latest in the Flint water crisis; conference tackles race in America. Ep 4417.
District Detroit project; WGPR-TV 62 museum exhibit. Ep 4416.
Organization connects Detroit churches with service agencies. Ep 4415.
Addressing violence and brutality in Detroit. Ep 4414.
A look back at 2015 and revisits some of our favorite interviews. Ep 4413.
Warren Evans discusses the current status of the county; Dave Bing on Detroit. Ep 4412.
Efforts to help young, black males succeed educationally in Detroit. Ep 4411.
Life-saving health information for black women. Ep 4418/Seg 3.
Detroit Federation of Teachers Interim President Ivy Bailey on DPS. Ep 4418/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 443/Seg 2.
Details on the 37th annual “State of the Race” conference. Ep 4417/Seg 3.
Updates on the Flint water crisis and its impact on residents. Ep 4417/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4417/Seg 2.
Ken Coleman looks back at important moments in Detroit’s history. Ep 4416/Seg 2.
Douglass Diggs discusses the new District Detroit project. Ep 4416/Seg 1.
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