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Toxic Coal Ash Contaminants Could Threaten Michigan’s Drinking Water, Great Lakes

"Great Lakes Now" host Ward Detwiler speaks with Northwestern University professor, journalist Kari Lydersen about research being done on toxic coal ash contaminants by the Energy News Network and her journalism students and the efforts to prevent coal ash from contaminating Michigan's Great Lakes. This story is part of Great Lakes Now's "Poisonous Ponds: Tackling Toxic Coal Ash" episode.

Detroit Public Theatre Moves into New Home Near Midtown, Cass Corridor

Following a three-year, $5 million capital campaign, the Detroit Public Theatre has moved into a new home in Detroit, which features a 200-seat black box theatre, a welcoming lobby, bar, drama bookshop and library, rehearsal studio, and more. One Detroit Arts & Culture host Satori Shakoor sits down with the theatre's co-founders and co-artistic directors about the move and performances coming up.

Detroit Public Theatre Moves into New Home Near Midtown, Cass Corridor

Following a three-year, $5 million capital campaign, the Detroit Public Theatre has moved into a new home in Detroit, which features a 200-seat black box theatre, a welcoming lobby, bar, drama bookshop and library, rehearsal studio, and more. One Detroit Arts & Culture host Satori Shakoor sits down with the theatre's co-founders and co-artistic directors about the move and performances coming up.

Always Online: Weighing the Effects of Social Media on Teens’ Mental Health 

From Twitter to Instagram and now TikTok, social media use by teens is widespread. What impact is it having on their mental health? One Detroit summer intern Zion Williams talks with three of her high school friends, as well as mental health experts across Michigan, about how social media can effect teens' developing minds and how parents can monitor their children's wellbeing and online habits.

GIVEAWAY: Detroit Jazz Festival 2022 Poster and Two VIP Passes

American Black Journal and The Detroit Jazz Festival have partnered to provide some lucky viewers with a chance to win an official Detroit Jazz Festival 2022 poster and the grand prize winner will also receive a pair of VIP passes for Monday, Sept. 5. 

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9/22/22: One Detroit – Detroit Public Theatre, Michigan’s Holocaust History, Teen Mental Health, Women in the Workforce

The Detroit Public Theatre moves to a new, permanent location. One Detroit intern Zion Williams examines the effects of social media on teens’ mental health. Detroit Public TV and the Zekelman Holocaust Center explore a Michigan perspective of the Holocaust with Jewish and interfaith community leaders. Plus, a look at how Michigan’s childcare challenges have impacted women in the workforce.

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IS/LAND Premieres ‘Invisible Embrace’ Inspired by Japanese Internment Camp Survivors’ Stories

An archive of oral history interviews with Japanese internment camp survivors has inspired Detroit Asian American artists collective IS/LAND to create "Invisible Embrace," a performance that provides audiences a space and experience to share, learn and reflect on the experiences of Japanese internment camp survivors. One Detroit Arts & Culture producer Sarah Smith talks with IS/LAND's Amber Kao.

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.

Mariners Inn Uses Art Therapies to Help Men Struggling With Homelessness, Substance Abuse

At Mariners Inn, a treatment center and shelter for men dealing with homelessness and substance abuse issues, the organization's clients find more than help. They find therapy and healing. Detroit Performs visits Mariners Inn for a look at the range of art and creative therapies they offer that help their clients work through life's issues and fight for a second chance.

8/30/22: American Black Journal – The Black Church in Detroit Roundtable on Youth

Have today's youth fallen out of their faith and belief in religion? "American Black Journal" continues its "Black Church in Detroit" series with a look at the Black Church as a center of solutions for the community, especially as it relates to issues surrounding youth. Two Detroit pastors discuss how youth feel about religion, the importance of making church relevant to them, and how the church can intervene in the cycle of violence involving young people.

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