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A star-studded fundraiser for Flint kids; an intl. artist’s exhibit in Detroit. Ep 4502.
National Museum of African-American History and Culture; DPS Foundation. Ep 4501.
3 local history makers return to school; preserving the legacy of a legend. Ep 4452.
Expert advice on starting and growing a business; Detroiter donates piece of her history.
Our panel tackles some of the topics impacting the Black community. Ep 4449.
Efforts to help young, black males succeed educationally in Detroit. Ep 4411.
We discuss the 37th anniversary of the Detroit Jazz Festival. Ep 4447.
A look at the direct link between growing up poor and going to prison. Ep 4438.
A public art project pays tribute to Detroit’s rich musical roots. Ep 4502/Seg 3.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at important moments in Detroit’s Black history. 4502/Seg 2
The Links, Inc. host a fundraiser to benefit Flint families. Ep 4502/Seg 1.
New national museum dedicated to the Black experience draws huge crowds. Ep 4501/Seg 1.
Ken Coleman looks back at important moments in Detroit’s Black history. Ep 4501/Seg 2.
“Champions of Education” event raises money for Detroit students. Ep 4501/Seg 3.
A new foundation to provide financial support and resources to underserved communities.
Ken Coleman takes a look back at important moments in Detroit’s Black history. 4452/Seg 2
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