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Author: Michael Sellers

Detroit Filipino Supper Club

Featured on One Detroit this Thursday: Detroit Filipino Supper Club co-founder Shane Bernardo cooks up connections to Filipino culture, history, and community by sharing traditional Filipino recipes that boil over with ancestral wisdom and the power to heal.

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John Lewis Remembered

Keeping the community curious, engaged, and connected, the entire University of Michigan Penny Stamps Speaker Series video archive is now available to stream on Detroit Public Television.

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  • Understanding the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the fight for reconciliation

    In Washington, President Joe Biden's push for a sweeping infrastructure bill took a giant step forward Thursday after months of arduous negotiations on the president's top legislative priority. After much back-and-forth with members of Congress, Biden announced bipartisan agreement on a $953 billion plan. Yamiche Alcindor and Lisa Desjardins join Judy Woodruff to discuss the agreement.

  • Psaki defends new infrastructure deal: 'Compromise is not a dirty word'

    President Joe Biden's infrastructure deal announced Thursday is a $953 billion plan that is the product of months of negotiation with Congress. But for many on the left, the bill does not go as far as they had hoped to tackle the country's infrastructure issues. For a view of the making of this deal from inside the West Wing, Judy Woodruff speaks with White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

  • Bipartisan infrastructure deal shows 'America's leadership is back,' Sen. Warner says

    President Joe Biden's infrastructure deal announced Thursday is a $953 billion plan that is the product of months of negotiation with Congress, including Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia. Warner was one of 21 senators to negotiate the bipartisan plan announced Thursday, and was also at the day's White House meeting with the president. He joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the deal.