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NEW: CCH Pounder, Actress and Art Collector

Most of us recognize award-winning actress CCH Pounder for her many television and movie roles. But what you may not know is that she’s also an avid art collector. 

COVID-313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 14

With infection rates rising in other places, how big will the second COVID-19 wave hit here? Dr. Oveta Fuller of the University of Michigan Medical School has some thoughts on that and how well those filtration units work in the many offices that have reopened.

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  • NEW: CCH Pounder, Actress and Art Collector
    Most of us recognize award-winning actress CCH Pounder for her many television and movie roles. But what you may not know is that she’s also an avid art collector. [Read Now]
  • Systemic Racism Roundtable
    Christy, Stephen and Nolan discuss systemic racism, the impact of the police brutality protests that are still occurring nationwide, and the increase in violence in some cities.[Read Now]
  • Black Lives Matter Detroit: “Our House Is on Fire”
    One Detroit spent some time this week with Black Lives Matter Detroit’s John Sloan III, talking about a full page ad that appeared in the Detroit Free Press over the July Fourth weekend listing demands to change policing and more.[Read Now]
  • Carmen Williams: Single Mom and COVID-19 Survivor
    After Carmen Williams, a single mom in Southwest Detroit tested positive for COVID-19, doctors told her to go home and self-quarantine from her young kids all while living under the same roof. [Read Now]
  • Fighting fatbergs
    In 2019, a 19-ton glob of garbage and waste clogged a southeast Michigan sewer. Called a “fatberg,” the blockage was made of fats, oils and greases bound together mainly by disposable wipes.[Read Now]

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