10/18/18: Vernor Businesses / Public Charge Rule / Ozzie Rivera
Oct 18, 2018
Tonight on One Detroit:
Christy, Stephen and Nolan are on location at the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn.
Vernor Businesses: In this report, Nolan goes on a walking tour of the many thriving ethnic small businesses along Vernor Highway in Dearborn for a look at how many Arab American immigrants are going after the American Dream.
Public Charge Rule: A proposed change to the “public charge” rule in the Department of Homeland Security has immigration advocates concerned about its impact on legal immigrants and their families. Christy gets the perspective of an advocacy and community engagement expert from ACCESS, a non-profit created to assist the Arab immigrant population.
Ozzie Rivera: In this One Detroit report, we meet Ozzie Rivera, a well-known historian, educator and activist in Southwest Detroit. Ozzie is also a musician who has reconnected with his salsa jazz band to play music with strong ties to this diverse community.
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