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Category: Education Clip

Silent Heroes: Michael Payne, Jr.

Tara Hardy, Manager of Education Initiatives at DPTV, interviews Michael Payne Jr., President of Black Male Educators Alliance of Michigan, about the challenges Black men face in pursuing careers in education and more.

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Return to Learn

Christy caught up with Amber Arellano, who is the Executive Director of the Education Trust Midwest, for what the beginning of the school year will look like for Michigan.

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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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Mental health and the student mind

Christy McDonald talks with Karen Anthony, Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant for Oakland Schools, and Sirrita Darby, Director of Detroit Heals Detroit about the toll the abrupt school change has taken on student mental health.

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