Category: One Detroit Full Episodes

12/01/2022: One Detroit – Good Jobs Now program, Black Women Entrepreneurs, Boblo Boats documentary

Future of Work host Will Glover talks with Detroit Action about the employment barriers returning citizens face and the organization’s Goods Jobs Now program. Plus, contributor Stephen Henderson explores the unique challenges of two Black women entrepreneurs in Detroit. And, contributor Daijah Moss learns more about a new documentary that details the history of Detroit’s Boblo Boats.

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11/28/22: One Detroit – Gilda Snowden memorial exhibit, Kresge Detroit film series, remembering Anne Parsons

This week’s One Detroit Arts & Culture features a look inside the Gilda Snowden Memorial Art Exhibit at The Scarab Club. Then, members of the Kresge Arts in Detroit’s KAF21 Film Series discuss this year’s film series spotlighting Kresge Artist fellows and local filmmakers. Plus, revisit Detroit Public TV’s documentary “Orchestra Hall – A Centennial Celebration” to remember the legacy of former DSO President Emeritus Anne Parsons.

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11/24/22: One Detroit – Best Of: Detroit Creatives Part 2

Detroit artist Anthony Lee unveils a new commemorative Vincent Chin mural in Detroit’s former Chinatown district. Kresge Arts in Detroit pairs local filmmakers with this year’s featured artists for the KAF21 film series. Detroit tattoo artist Lorri Thomas talks about getting her start with ink and her Ladies of Ink tour. Plus, jazz violinist Leslie DeShazor’s Quintet closes out the show with a performance from the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe.

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11/21/22: One Detroit Arts & Culture – Sphinx 25th anniversary, Detroit Vineyards, makeup artist Tre Marcel

This weeks’ One Detroit Arts & Culture features a celebration of 25 years for the Sphinx Organization and conversations about where its headed next. Then, Detroit Vineyards is bringing the Motor City back to its’ wine-making roots and giving back to the community at the same time. Plus, makeup artist Tre Marcel shares her thoughts on the transformational nature of makeup and beauty.

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11/17/22: One Detroit – Detroit home repairs, ‘Bad Axe’ documentary, Detroit Sugarbush Project

BridgeDetroit’s Malachi Barrett talks with Detroiters about their home repair needs and learns about the city’s new home repair program. “Bad Axe” documentary film director David Siev talks with One Detroit’s Bill Kubota about the film’s success and his family’s story. Plus, revisit One Detroit’s story on the Detroit Sugarbush Project for National Native American Heritage Month.

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  • News Wrap: Iran may disband morality police amid months of protests

    In our news wrap Sunday, Iran's state media pushed back on a top official's comment that the country's morality police has been disbanded, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson returned to play after being suspended for allegations of sexual misconduct, a volcanic eruption in Indonesia forced evacuations, and France and England advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals.

  • A look ahead at two cases before the Supreme Court this week

    The Supreme Court will hear two cases this week -- Creative v. Elenis and Moore v. Harper -- that have the potential to reshape anti-discrimination laws and the future of federal elections nationwide. John Yang joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.

  • How countries are trying to tackle the plastic pollution problem together

    This week, representatives from 150 nations are meeting in Uruguay with the goal of dramatically reducing or eliminating all plastic pollution by 2040. Meanwhile, U.S. lawmakers introduced a new bill to help curtail the harmful impacts of plastic waste. Washington Post reporter Michael Birnbaum joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.