It’s a holiday tradition some say is bigger than Christmas Day itself. The Polish Christmas Eve dinner celebration known as Wigilia has been around for centuries, and it has been celebrated annually right here in metro Detroit. Members of Detroit’s Polish community share how Wigilia has helped them find deeper connections to their family and heritage.Read More
Author: Michael Sellers
May 24, 2021
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.Read More
Oct 28, 2020
Bill Kubota reports on the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact – a way to make the popular vote count while maintaining the Electoral College when electing the President of the United States.Read More
4/9/20: One Detroit – Roundtable / Oakland County / Educational Resources / Hand Sanitizer / Alexandra Silber
Apr 9, 2020
Christy, Nolan and Stephen talk about the devastating impact of COVID-19 in Detroit and Michigan.Read More
Apr 6, 2020
Stephen has a frank conversation about the connection between race, health and the COVID-19 pandemic. How are health disparities in urban cities like Detroit, New Orleans and Chicago contributing to the spread of the coronavirus?Read More
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