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Taking an in-depth look at education in Detroit.
A series that puts emphasis on filmmaking. An in-depth report from Chalkbeat. Ep. 4547
Detroit’s Qline moves into its next phase after providing thousands of free rides. Ep 4546
How does the nation heal and move forward after the violence in Charlottesville? Ep 4545.
What’s new, who’s performing, and how the city benefits from Detroit Jazz Fest. Ep 4544.
A call for hundreds of volunteer mentors; independent filmmakers share their work. Ep 4543
Challenges of minority-owned businesses; preview of African World Festival. Ep 4542.
A look at efforts to increase organ donors. A program keeping talent in Detroit. Ep. 4541
An audience Q&A with Dr. Vitti. Roadshow/Seg 7
Stephen talks to Pastor Semmeal Thomas and Reverend Larry Simmons. Roadshow/Seg 2
A tour of the Brightmoor community. Roadshow/Seg 5
Stephen and Christy interview Dr. Nikolai Vitti. Roadshow/Seg 6
A look at the how City Covenant is supplementing neighborhood children. Roadshow/Seg 1
Stephen and Christy talk to parents about their role in education. Roadshow/Seg 4
A look into how teachers play their role in a child’s education. Roadshow/Seg 3
A new in-depth report from Chalkbeat Detroit. Ep 4547 / Seg 4
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