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A look at the state of foster care; a 6K race to raise money for cancer survivors. E 4531.
New effort to help Detroiters manage their money; students get hands-on experience. E 4530
Young Detroiters get on-the-job experience; a traveling Black History Museum. Ep 4529.
DPSCD’s interim supt. on student achievement; pathways that lead to prison. Ep 4525.
In-depth discussion on issues surrounding the southwest Detroit community.
A conversation with Berry Gordy; raising awareness about human trafficking. Ep 4528.
The largest study on African Americans & cancer; workshop for small businesses. Ep 4536.
Project traces progress of Blacks in Michigan; new funding for community leaders. Ep 4524.
A 1998 Detroit Black Journal interview with motivational speaker Les Brown. Ep 4531/Seg 2.
A look at the state of foster care. Ep 4531/Seg 1.
A discussion on the issues and policies impacting the correctional system. Ep 4531/Seg 4.
Local non-profit will hold its first 6K race to raise money for cancer survivors. Ep 4531
A new program helps Detroiters make responsible financial decisions. Ep 4530/Seg 1.
Local students get hands-on experience in construction and engineering. Ep 4530/Seg 4.
A 1991 discussion on the importance of teaching Black history. Ep 4530/Seg 3.
One Detroit takes a look at the housing market in Detroit. Ep 4530/Seg 2.
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