Tonight on One Detroit:
- Small Businesses Deal with the Pandemic: Christy speaks with Detroit retail shop owner, Rachel Lutz (The Peacock Room, Frida, and Yama) about the struggles of the federal loan process and how the small business community in Detroit is coping.
- Roundtable: See the highlights of Christy, Stephen, and Nolan’s discussion on where we are as a region, and what life could be like going forward when “normal” is not an option.
- Automation Alley – On the Verge of a Revolution: How has COVID-19 hurt manufacturing sector in Southeastern Michigan? Like most would expect, but the shutdown might be the opportunity to redirect our local industry into a new era.
Automation Alley CEO, Tom Kelly, tells One Detroit’s Bill Kubota, that the coronavirus crisis just might be the wake-up call needed.
- Grief and Meaning in COVID-19: Grief is a universal feeling, and many are experiencing it over how the world has changed due to the pandemic. David Kessler, world renowned grief expert and author of “Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief” talks with One Detroit’s Christy McDonald about understanding and identifying grief as well as finding meaning in the midst of it during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.
Watch One Detroit every Thursday at 7:30pm ET on Detroit Public TV.