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Satori Shakoor Joins One Detroit As New Arts & Culture Host

The One Detroit Arts & Culture team is excited to announce and welcome the weekly show's new anchor Satori Shakoor. Shakoor's first episode airs January 24, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. on Detroit Public Television. Shakoor joins the One Detroit team after the departure of former Managing Editor and anchor Christy McDonald, who's final One Detroit Episode aired on January 17, 2022. McDonald stepped down from One Detroit in order to devote more time to expanding her career pursuits.

The Highway Toll on People of Color

One Detroit Associate Producer, Will Glover, takes a look at why Detroit's highways are a relic of structural racism, what that means, and what we can do to reckon with the past

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1/20/22: One Detroit – Detroit’s Diverse History

This week, One Detroit examines the diverse history of Michigan's largest city, Detroit. Learn more about the storied history of the city's boxing scene, and what makes Detroit boxers knockouts in the ring. Then, One Detroit's Bill Kubota visits the historic Birwood Wall, a Detroit wall with a racist past, and explores how it offers hope and healing today. Plus, a look into Detroit's highways and the damage they've caused to Black communities over the years.

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1/18/22: American Black Journal – Current Events Roundtable, Remembering Sidney Poitier

Host Stephen Henderson leads a wide-ranging roundtable discussion around some of the biggest current events catching headlines in the new year. Hear public relations and political consultants Karen Dumas, Greg Bowens and Brandon Brice, as well as "The Urban Conservative" host Kerry Leon Jackson debate about new redistricting maps, discuss the conviction and sentencing in the Amhaud Arbery case, and share their perspectives in the Jan. 6 insurrection. Plus, Stephen remembers the legacy of trailblazing actor and civil rights activist Sidney Poitier.

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Satori Shakoor Joins One Detroit As New Arts & Culture Host

The One Detroit Arts & Culture team is excited to announce and welcome the weekly show's new anchor Satori Shakoor. Shakoor's first episode airs January 24, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. on Detroit Public Television. Shakoor joins the One Detroit team after the departure of former Managing Editor and anchor Christy McDonald, who's final One Detroit Episode aired on January 17, 2022. McDonald stepped down from One Detroit in order to devote more time to expanding her career pursuits.

The Highway Toll on People of Color

One Detroit Associate Producer, Will Glover, takes a look at why Detroit's highways are a relic of structural racism, what that means, and what we can do to reckon with the past

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