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Center for Performance Arts & Learning Offers Springboard to Creative Arts for Beginners

At the Center for Performance Arts and Learning, or Cen4Pal for short, culture and diversity come together to provide a safe space for individuals to try their hand at a variety of creative arts. "Detroit Performs: Live From Marygrove" visits Cen4Pal to hear about the environment the educational organization is cultivating and the mission to boost students' confidence through the creative arts.

Placemaking: The Path to Increasing Quality of Life, Talent Attraction in Michigan

Future of Work host Will Glover examines whether Southeast Michigan has the infrastructure, amenities and investments to attract and retain the future of workforce talent, the barriers against placemaking efforts, how the future of work intersects with residents’ quality of life, and the need for strategic city planning and public transit in Michigan with a panel if expert guests.

Detroit’s Citywide Community Service Event, ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day, Returns August 6

Detroit's massive, annual community service event, known as "ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day," returns August 6, 2022. "American Black Journal" host Stephen Henderson talks with ARISE Detroit Executive Director Luther Keith about the improvement projects, resource fairs, concerts and art festivals on tap for this year's event. Plus, a a major collaboration with the Detroit Public School Community District is announced.

African World Festival Celebrates 39th Anniversary With Return to Detroit’s Hart Plaza

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History's 39th annual African World Festival celebrates its 39th anniversary with a return to the location where the festival got started: Detroit's Hart Plaza. One Detroit contributing producer AJ Walker takes viewers to Hart Plaza on Detroit's riverfront for a look at how the 39th annual African World Festival played out in 2022.

African World Festival Celebrates 39th Anniversary With Return to Detroit’s Hart Plaza

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History's 39th annual African World Festival celebrates its 39th anniversary with a return to the location where the festival got started: Detroit's Hart Plaza. One Detroit contributing producer AJ Walker takes viewers to Hart Plaza on Detroit's riverfront for a look at how the 39th annual African World Festival played out in 2022.

African World Festival Celebrates 39th Anniversary With Return to Detroit’s Hart Plaza

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History's 39th annual African World Festival celebrates its 39th anniversary with a return to the location where the festival got started: Detroit's Hart Plaza. One Detroit contributing producer AJ Walker takes viewers to Hart Plaza on Detroit's riverfront for a look at how the 39th annual African World Festival played out in 2022.

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8/04/2022: One Detroit – Michigan Primary Election Results, Hudson’s Tax Break, MRCC Training Center

One Detroit contributor Nolan Finley and Deadline Detroit’s Greg Bowens discuss the results of the hotly contested Michigan primary election races across the state. Senior Producer Bill Kubota learns more about a $60 million tax break given to the development at the former Hudson's store site. Plus, the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters opens a new training center in Northwest Detroit.

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8/02/22: American Black Journal – DEI Workplace Efforts, Ebiara Fund for Minority Developers

Two years after the murder of George Floyd, where do diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) commitments from businesses stand today? "American Black Journal” host Stephen Henderson explores the state of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. Plus, Henderson gets details on the new Ebiara Fund to help eliminate systemic barriers for emerging minority real estate developers in Detroit.

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Keeping Commitments? The State of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Efforts in the Workplace

"American Black Journal" host Stephen Henderson sits down with The LEE Group President Mark S. Lee and Nikki Pardo, from Global Alliance Solutions, for a candid conversation on the state of DEI efforts in the workplace at corporations across America and the status of new Chief Diversity Officer positions that were created. Plus, Henderson examines the amount of resources that have been allocated to DEI efforts and how they compare to the commitments made two years prior.

4/07/22: COVID313 – Special Education, Mental Health, COVID-19 Case Update

The COVID313 Town Hall takes a look at the social, emotional, behavioral and educational impacts of COVID-19 on special education students. Then, the Detroit Health Department gives an update on COVID-19 case rates, new variants and vaccines. Plus, the town hall talks about the pandemic's affect on workers' mental health.

6/28/22: American Black Journal – Gospel Music in the Black Church

American Black Journal's "Black Church in Detroit" series takes a look at the history of negro spiritual folksongs and gospel music in the Black Church. Producer AJ Walker learns more about how gospel music grew out of negro spirituals created by enslaved Africans. Then, host Stephen Henderson hears about the connection between gospel and blues music. Plus, a look at some of the past gospel performances featured on the show.

Negro Spirituals: The Music That Helped Free Enslaved African Americans

American Black Journal Producer AJ Walker talks with Dr. Brandon Waddles, a composer, arranger, choir director and music instructor at Wayne State University, about how Negro spirituals uplifted enslaved Africans brought to this country and how it served as a universal language that helped lead them to freedom. Plus, they discuss R&B singers, past and present, whose musical roots stemmed from the Black Church.

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