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A look at the direct link between growing up poor and going to prison. Ep 4438.
Efforts to prevent heart disease; art project transforms a neighborhood. Ep 4445.
Details on “Men of Courage.” Plus, young people showcase their artistic talents. Ep 4444.
Exploring white privilege, police & community relations, and racial biases.
A look at the efforts to combat sickle cell disease; changes in Pontiac. Ep 4437.
Legendary artist Charles McGee’s new sculpture; history maker Elliott Hall. Ep 4441.
A milestone for Neighborhoods Day; ballroom dancing brings awareness to mental illness.
Historic black district in Detroit to undergo massive redevelopment. Ep 4439.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4445/Seg 2.
Detroit’s Osborn neighborhood has been transformed into an art destination. Ep 4445/Seg 3.
An upcoming event to raise awareness about heart disease. Ep 4445/Seg 1.
A national program aims to change the perception of black men in America. Ep 4444/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 515/Seg 2.
Details on The Art of Resilience Starr Summer Youth Festival in Detroit. Ep 4444/Seg 3.
Guest panel of experts answers questions from our audience members.
William Jones, the CEO of Focus: HOPE, and Shirley Stancato, CEO of New Detroit.
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