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FORCE Detroit Discusses Creative Solutions to Gun Violence in Communities of Color

FORCE Detroit Director Alia Harvey Quinn joins “American Black Journal” host Stephen Henderson for an in-depth conversation about how communities of color are affected in the aftermath of violent gun crimes. Plus, she talks about building relationships and establishing a new normal for those likely to be involved in violent crimes. 

Detroit Symphony Orchestra Announces 2022-2023 Season Lineup, Featuring New Commissions, Piano Soloists, Strings Performances

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) returns for its 45th season with a lineup of A-list composers and performers set to take the Orchestra Hall stage later this year. WRCJ Producer and Host Peter Whorf talks with DSO President and CEO Erik Ronmark about what's ahead for the DSO's 2022-2023 season and the relationships the symphony has built with artists over the years.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra Announces 2022-2023 Season Lineup, Featuring New Commissions, Piano Soloists, Strings Performances

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) returns for its 45th season with a lineup of A-list composers and performers set to take the Orchestra Hall stage later this year. WRCJ Producer and Host Peter Whorf talks with DSO President and CEO Erik Ronmark about what's ahead for the DSO's 2022-2023 season and the relationships the symphony has built with artists over the years.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra Announces 2022-2023 Season Lineup, Featuring New Commissions, Piano Soloists, Strings Performances

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) returns for its 45th season with a lineup of A-list composers and performers set to take the Orchestra Hall stage later this year. WRCJ Producer and Host Peter Whorf talks with DSO President and CEO Erik Ronmark about what's ahead for the DSO's 2022-2023 season and the relationships the symphony has built with artists over the years.

ONE DETROIT EPISODES

6/27/22: One Detroit – ‘Detroit ’67,’ DSO 2022-2023 Season, Cuban Pianist Chucho Valdes, BAIRA Performance

This week, One Detroit Arts & Culture shares the story of Dominique Morisseau's "Detroit '67" play, based on the Detroit 1967 riots. Then, WRCJ Producer/host Peter Whorf talks with Detroit Symphony Orchestra President/CEO Erik Ronmark about the symphony's 2022-2023 season lineup. Plus, a look back at WRCJ host Linda Yohn's interview with Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes ahead of the Detroit Jass Festival in September.

American Black Journal EPISODES

6/21/22: American Black Journal – Reducing Gun Violence and Crime in Communities of Color

This week, American Black Journal exa the efforts in Detroit to reduce gun violence and crime. We’ll take you to this year’s “Silence the Violence” march on Detroit’s east side. Then, host Stephen Henderson talks with the director of FORCE Detroit, a non-profit focused on building a safer Detroit. Plus, we’ll air a portion of Mayor Mike Duggan and Police Chief James White’s conversation with Stephen at the 2022 Mackinac Policy Conference, focusing on gun violence, crime and policing in the city.

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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.

5/31/22: American Black Journal – Mental Health Awareness in the Black Church

"American Black Journal" continues its "Black Church in Detroit" series with a candid conversation about mental health in the Black church. Guest host Trudy Gallant-Stokes examines the Black church's role in helping congregants with mental health issues and why it's important for pastors to practice self-care too. 

Detroit Public Theatre Performs ‘Detroit ’67’ Production Based on Detroit 1967 Riots

As the Detroit 1967 riots began, a revelation was brewing in the city, and what rose from the ashes of the rebellion has ultimately shaped the city and how it functions today. In Dominique Morisseau's production of "Detroit '67," the questions of race, social justice and progress that took center stage during the 1967 riots turn inward to see how the civil disturbance intertwined and impacted the lives of one African American family.

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    The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) returns for its 45th season with a lineup of A-list composers and performers set to take the Orchestra Hall stage later this year. WRCJ Producer and Host Peter Whorf talks with DSO President and CEO Erik Ronmark about what's ahead for the DSO's 2022-2023 season and the relationships the symphony has built with artists over the years.[Read Now]
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