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We take a look at careers in aviation, and talk with Tuskegee Airmen. Ep 4433.
Question and answer session from live "Detroit Fly In" show.
Ford Freedom Award celebrates black men; Detroit program teaches good health. Ep 4432.
Martha Scott on breaking racial and gender barriers. Plus, Bookstock is back. Ep 4430.
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 talk with Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson and Lt. Col. Lawrence Millben. Ep 4433/Seg 3.
Exposing Detroit students to careers in aviation and aerospace. Ep 4433/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at important moments in Detroit’s history. Ep 4433/Seg 2.
Details about the star-studded 2016 Ford Freedom Awards. Ep 4432/Seg 1.
A yoga-based approach to teach kids about health and nutrition. Ep 4432/Seg 3.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at important moments in Detroit’s history. Ep 4432/Seg 2.
Details on the area’s largest used book and media sale. Ep. 4430/Seg 3.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4430/Seg 2.
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