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On This Day Detroit – 8/14/16
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 4445/Seg 2.
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“Welcome to Osborn” Mural Project
Detroit’s Osborn neighborhood has been transformed into an art destination. Ep 4445/Seg 3.
A Day of Heart
An upcoming event to raise awareness about heart disease. Ep 4445/Seg 1.
Men of Courage
A national program aims to change the perception of black men in America. Ep 4444/Seg 1.
On This Day Detroit – 8/7/16
Ken Coleman looks back at African-American life in Detroit. Ep 515/Seg 2.
The Art of Resilience Starr Summer Youth Festival
Details on The Art of Resilience Starr Summer Youth Festival in Detroit. Ep 4444/Seg 3.
Audience Q&A | Racial Attitudes
Guest panel of experts answers questions from our audience members.
Focus: HOPE & New Detroit
William Jones, the CEO of Focus: HOPE, and Shirley Stancato, CEO of New Detroit.
On This Day Detroit - 7/31/16
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit.
Race and Policing
We talk with Kimberly Papillon, an expert on neuroscience and the law.
Racial Attitudes Survey Results
What do residents think about the status of race relations in the metro Detroit area?
We talk with two people on the front lines of educating the public about discrimination.
Pontiac After Emergency Management
What’s next for Pontiac? Mayor Waterman joins to discusses the future. Ep 4437/Seg 3.
World Sickle Cell Day
Two women on the front lines in the battle against Sickle Cell disease. Ep 4437/Seg 1.
Black History Maker: Elliott Hall
First African-American Vice President at Ford Motor Company. Ep 4441/Seg 3.
On This Day Detroit – 7/17/16
Ken Coleman looks back at important moments in Detroit’s black history. Ep 4441/Seg 2.
United We Stand Sculpture
Charles McGee’s commemorative sculpture for the Wright Museum. Ep 4441/Seg 1.
ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day 2016
A milestone for ARISE Detroit’s Neighborhoods Day. Ep 4440/Seg 1.
Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
“Ballroom Nation” uses ballroom dancing to bring attention to mental illness. E 4440/Seg 3
On This Day Detroit – 7/10/16
Ken Coleman takes a look back at important moments in Detroit’s Black history.
On This Day Detroit – 7/3/16
A look back at important moments in Detroit’s Black history. Ep 4439/Seg 2.
Paradise Valley Redevelopment
Paradise Valley to get a major facelift. Ep 4439/Seg 1.
“Poison on Tap”
A new book that chronicles the Flint water crisis. Ep 4439/Seg 3.
Earn + Learn Program
A Detroit program helps the chronically unemployed find jobs. Ep 4438/Seg 3.
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