As students adjust to virtual or in-person learning, it’s the teachers who meet them where they are.Read More
Author: Christina Amato
Feb 18, 2021
The big overarching decisions that are happening at districts are made by the superintendents and administration. Each district has to cater to what their specific school community needs.Read More
Feb 17, 2021
Check out the fourth in a series that explores different faith communities here in Southeast Michigan, where viewers get to learn through the eyes of students.Read More
Feb 15, 2021
American Black Journal launched a series focusing on “The Black Church in Detroit,” and produced in collaboration with the Ecumenical Theological Seminary and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.Read More
Feb 11, 2021
Christy talks with Dr. Debra Furr-Holden, an epidemiologist at MSU’s Division of Public Health and director of Flint Health Equity SolutionsRead More
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A U.S. Army veteran testified how he ended up becoming an FBI informant in the case against the Wolverine Watchmen extremist group.
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