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Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis

One Detroit offers exclusive daily interviews and updates on how the community is responding and how to keep your family safe during the COVID-19 crisis.

Cinecyde and Detroit’s Punk Scene

Cinecyde and Detroit’s Punk Scene

Formed in 1976, Cinecyde may have been Detroit’s first punk band. One Detroit’s Chris Jordan talks to Cinecyde about Detroit punk rock history, and their new album.

GLN on One Detroit: PFAS in the House

GLN on One Detroit: PFAS in the House

Journalist Tom Perkins had his blood, his cat’s blood and many products in his home tested for the toxic ‘forever chemicals.’ Here’s what he found.

Education Town Hall | Decision-Making in Districts

Education Town Hall | Decision-Making in Districts

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.

The Future of the Auto Show

The Future of the Auto Show

News that the North American International Auto Show is on hold again this year is causing speculation that we’ll never see a big auto show here again. Not so fast says NAIAS Chairman Doug North.

The Black Church in Detroit | American Black Journal

The Black Church in Detroit | American Black Journal

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.

Insurrection and Aftermath

Insurrection and Aftermath

Former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment is underway in the wake of the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th.

ABJ Excerpt | A Generation Found

ABJ Excerpt | A Generation Found

It’s Black History Month, and there’s a new book out that pays tribute to the achievements and wisdom of our African American elders…

Charles McGee | The Legacy of a Master

Charles McGee | The Legacy of a Master

Charles McGee, Detroit’s legendary and beloved artist, passed away last week at the age of 96. But fortunately, his art will remain a lasting reminder of his genius and his generosity.

Michigan students on returning to school

Michigan students on returning to school

Michigan students from PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs share what they’ve experienced while learning remotely, and for some, how the return to in-person learning has been going.

Ken Quattro | Invisible Men

Ken Quattro | Invisible Men

A talk with fine art historian, Ken Quattro, on his book on the untold stories of black comic book artists.

COVID313: Racial Disparity

COVID313: Racial Disparity

In a recent COVID 313 Virtual Town Hall, a discussion regarding racial disparities amongst African American Michiganders and its relation to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Heidelberg Project in the Pandemic

The Heidelberg Project in the Pandemic

Will Glover talks with Heidelberg Project president Jenenne Whitfield about how it has grown into an internationally recognized destination for community engaging art installations.

Flint Charges

Flint Charges

The search for justice in the Flint water crisis has led prosecutors to charge former Michigan governor Rick Snyder with two misdemeanor counts of willful neglect of duty.

Post-Inauguration Roundtable

Post-Inauguration Roundtable

Christy, Stephen, and Nolan talk about the expectations for the new administration and the increasing turmoil in the Republican party.

Facing Inequities

Facing Inequities

Thanks to a grant from the Kresge Foundation, The Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion is expanding its anti-racism work in the city of Detroit.

Banished Words of 2021

Banished Words of 2021

One Detroit Associate Producer, Will Glover, cracks open Lake Superior State University’s annual list of banished words.

Fixing the Districts

Fixing the Districts

One Detroit finds out how we’ll lose a seat in Congress this next election cycle and how district lines might be redrawn.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 38

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 38

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

The Michigan Learning Channel Goes on the Air

The Michigan Learning Channel Goes on the Air

January 4, 2021, marks the official launch of the Michigan Learning Channel, a statewide learning service providing instructional content through an array of available platforms.

Remembering Benny Napoleon

Remembering Benny Napoleon

Detroit Public Television spent some time with Benny Napoleon in 2014 when the Wayne County Sheriff talked to producer Bill Kubota about some of the famous Detroit brands he remembered.

Once Upon A December Eve

Once Upon A December Eve

Once Upon A December Eve with Alice McAllister Tillman, Dewayne, Peter, and Willie J. McAllister has become a wonderful holiday tradition in the Metropolitan Detroit Area.

Scotty Bowman and The Russian Five

Scotty Bowman and The Russian Five

Coach Bowman reflects back on the legacy and foundation he helped build in Detroit, and what he says he learned from being a part of this incredible moment in sports history.

Dr. Joneigh Khaldun COVID-19 Update

Dr. Joneigh Khaldun COVID-19 Update

Michigan’s Chief Medical Executive, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, talks candidly with Stephen about the spread of COVID-19 in the state.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 37

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 37

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

Roundtable: Where We’ve Been in 2020

Roundtable: Where We’ve Been in 2020

Christy McDonald sits down with Stephen Henderson and Nolan Finley to talk about where we’ve been in 2020 and what to look for in 2021.

Preview: The Russian Five

Preview: The Russian Five

View a clip from “The Russian Five” and see how their arrival turned around the beloved Detroit hockey team that was approaching decline in the ’80s. Fred Nahhat talks with former Red Wing, Kris Draper.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 36

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 36

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

Livernois Avenue of Fashion Update

Livernois Avenue of Fashion Update

Will Glover checked in with some of the Livernois business owners to see how they are managing during a very challenging time.

Robin Seymour: Robin and the Music

Robin Seymour: Robin and the Music

If you grew up here in Detroit, chances are Robin Seymour narrated your musical memories as one of the most popular DJs starting in the 1950s. He passed away in April of this year, but his role in Detroit broadcasting history won’t be forgotten.

Cooking with Que: Quiana Broden

Cooking with Que: Quiana Broden

Quiana “Que” Broden runs “The Kitchen by Cooking with Que”on Woodward in Midtown. She’s part teacher, makes vegan food taste delicious, and is all family.

Pandemic Update from Garlin Gilchrist

Pandemic Update from Garlin Gilchrist

Contributor Orlando Bailey of BridgeDetroit has an in-depth conversation with Michigan Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist about COVID-19’s impact on the state.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 35

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 35

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

Battle over New Restaurant Restrictions

Battle over New Restaurant Restrictions

Restaurant restrictions in light of rising COVID cases: how’s the industry coping? Christy McDonald talks with Free Press Restaurant Critic, Mark Kurlyandchik.

Driving While Black

Driving While Black

Although the automobile provided mobility and independence during the 20th century, African Americans were further exposed to systemic racism while driving throughout the country.

Religious Diversity Journeys | Sikhism

Religious Diversity Journeys | Sikhism

Check out the first in a series that explores different faith communities here in Southeast Michigan with a look at Sikhism, a religion that preaches love, peace, and the equality of humankind.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 34

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 34

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 32

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 32

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

The Electoral College and The National Popular Vote

The Electoral College and The National Popular Vote

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.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 31

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 31

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

High School in a Pandemic

High School in a Pandemic

Christy McDonald catches up with PBS Newshour Student Reporting Labs students Isaac, Mackenzie, and Emily about how school has changed when it comes to learning virtually and interactions with friends and teachers.

Michigan Senate Race: Down to the Wire

Michigan Senate Race: Down to the Wire

One Detroit contributors, Stephen Henderson from American Black Journal, and Nolan Finley from The Detroit News talk about the Gary Peters / John James Michigan Senate race.

Black Voices Change Lives

Black Voices Change Lives

Stephen Henderson talks with the President of the Detroit NAACP, Rev. Wendell Anthony, about the importance of this year’s election to the African American community.

What’s on the Mind of Militia Groups?

What’s on the Mind of Militia Groups?

One Detroit’s Will Glover sits down with Dr. Amy Cooter, Vanderbilt Sociology lecturer and expert on U.S. domestic militias and related nostalgic groups.

Know your voting rights

Know your voting rights

Still have questions about voting in-person or via absentee ballot? One Detroit talks with ACLU Voting Rights Strategist, Sharon Dolente, and Heaster Wheeler, Asst. Secretary of State for MI, about what voters should know about making their ballot count in the November 3rd 2020 Election.

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 30

COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall Week 30

Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall for Families and Students every Thursday starting at noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy.

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