Stephen Henderson moderated a virtual discussion with author, Roxane Gay October 22, 2020.
Stephen Henderson talks with the President of the Detroit NAACP, Rev. Wendell Anthony, about the importance of this year’s election to the African American community.
Stephen Henderson sits down with Detroit NAACP President Rev. Wendell Anthony to talk about the organization’s efforts to get out the vote for the November 3rd election.
Orlando Bailey spoke with social justice activist Tawana Petty and Bridge Detroit reporter Bryce Huffman about the current state of crimefighting in the city.
Stephen Henderson goes one-on-one with Detroit Police Chief James Craig for a candid conversation about policing in Detroit.
A report from One Detroit’s Will Glover on the importance of diversity in the nation’s newsrooms.
In the ongoing series, “Do Black Lives Matter in America?,” we take a closer look at the relationship between Detroit police and the community, especially in light of the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.
What is it like to be a journalist of color covering the black lives matter protests and other stories about racial injustice?
In the ongoing series, “Do Black Lives Matter in America?,” we have frank conversations about the way the news media has covered the Black Lives Matter protests, and we take a look at diversity in the nation’s newsrooms.
Orlando Bailey of BridgeDetroit speaks with Tristan Taylor, organizer of the group “Detroit Will Breathe,” and longtime Detroit activist Carolyn Baker about the protests against police brutality and systemic racism.