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Detroit Tigers legend Willie Horton joins us to discuss his newest honor. Ep 4429.
New home ownership program in Detroit; Detroit Deltas raise money for youth. Ep 4428.
New life coming to old Tiger Stadium; practical advice for entrepreneurs. Ep 4426.
Detroit Urban League’s major milestone; trailblazer Major General Gwen Bingham. Ep 4425.
We meet DPS’ new interim superintendent; Shaka Senghor discusses his new book. Ep 4424.
A black trailblazer in MDOT; two major projects about Detroit’s 1967 uprising. Ep 4423.
Detroit’s resurgence; celebration for women achievers. Ep 4422.
Expert panel members discuss financial planning, home ownership, and generating wealth.
Ken Coleman looks at important moments in Detroit history. Ep 4429/Seg 2.
An update on plans to improve transportation in southeast Michigan. Ep 4429/Seg 3.
More about "The Willie Horton Field of Dreams" with the legend himself. Ep 4429/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks at important moments in Detroit’s history. Ep 4428/Seg 2.
The Detroit Deltas tap into local talent to raise money for scholarships. Ep 4428/Seg 3.
Southwest Solutions’ program to increase home ownership in Detroit. Ep 4428/Seg 1.
A look at what the American Dream means. Ep 4428/Seg 1.
There’s new life coming to the corner of Michigan and Trumbull. Ep 4426/Seg 1.
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