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- Experts, caregivers point to potential solutions at inaugural forum
- Challenges of Caregiving: An Evening of SolutionsWhether they are paid workers or family members, people who provide care for older adults face numerous challenges, from physical burdens and economic hardships to loneliness and depression. […]
- Bridge Michigan | Bangladeshi community in Michigan reaches out to older adults amid COVID
- A Program in Detroit Provides Urgently Needed Care for CaregiversAs more and more Americans take on the responsibility of caring for an aging family member, not enough caregivers are taking time care for themselves. […]
- Fixing In-home HealthcareOne Detroit's Bill Kubota looks into the critical shortage of home healthcare workers. […]
News from Bridge Detroit
- More jobs, salaries going up — but not for many Detroitersby Olivia Lewis (Olivia Lewis | Bridge Detroit)
Although Detroit’s jobs outlook is improving, city residents are still struggling for a foothold. Suburban counterparts earn more and vast inequity remains.
- From reparations to ‘shrooms, here’s a look at Nov. 2 ballot issuesby Olivia Lewis (Olivia Lewis | Bridge Detroit)
Detroiters will vote on ordinances regarding possession of psychedelics, citizen input in City appropriations and the construction of a reparations taskforce on Nov. 2.
- Detroit’s home repair crisis is even bigger than experts thoughtby Louis Aguilar (Louis Aguilar | Bridge Detroit)
More than 1 in 10 Detroit households need major home repair, a new report from the University of Michigan finds.
- Is the City right to shut libraries out of federal COVID aid?by Louis Aguilar (Louis Aguilar | Bridge Detroit)
Here’s why Mayor Mike Duggan says it can’t give the city’s public libraries any of the $826 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding Detroit will receive. But some aren’t so sure he’s right.
Latest News One Detroit
- WATCH: COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall LiveEach Thursday at noon, join the COVID313 Community Coalition for Families and Students for a Virtual Townhall focused on supporting parents, students, and families during the Coronavirus outbreak.[Read Now]
- COVID313 Talk: What Happens If You Get Exposed to COVID-19 o…
- Student Reporters Share Their Concerns About School This Yea…We checked in with our local students who are part of the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs and asked what they find most worrying about going back to school in-person.[Read Now]
- Afghan Refugee Resettlement: What it Means for MichiganOne Detroit contributor, Nolan Finley, spoke with Steve Tobocman of Global Detroit, an organization that focuses on immigrant inclusive strategies.[Read Now]
- Detroit Public School Community District’s Reopening P…Detroit Public Schools has headed back to school and it comes as the country is seeing a spike in Covid cases.[Read Now]
- Trial of the white nationalists behind the 2017 Charlottesville rally is set to beginon October 24, 2021
A federal court in Virginia is set to begin the […]
- Exploring hate: How antisemitism fuels white nationalismon October 24, 2021
Antisemitism is a core ideology in white […]
- How holograms are adding a new dimension to our online worldon October 24, 2021
Remember Star Wars where there was a little […]
- Let computers do it: Film set tragedy spurs call to ban gunson October 24, 2021
The tragedy has led some in Hollywood, along with […]