Tonight on One Detroit:

  • Henry Ford Health System COVID-19 Memorial
    In understanding the role art has in healing, Henry Ford Health System has been creating initiatives to provide direct emotional support for team members throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Within these efforts, they are unveiling custom art pieces reflecting and celebrating the diversity of its team members and their unique experiences through this trying time.
  • Leonard Slatkin
    WRCJ’s Peter Whorf interviews the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director Laureate, Leonard Slatkin, about his book, Classical Crossroads: The Path Forward for Music in the 21st Century, and more.
  • Exiled to Motown
    For Exiled to Motown:  A recent exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum called “Exiled to Motown” explored the Japanese American experience here in Metro Detroit. It’s a story of displacement and resettlement. Japanese Americans were sent to incarceration camps during World War II. When resettlement started, their choices were limited: stay in the camps with the people they knew, or head east and start new lives in places they’d never imagined. One Detroit’s Bill Kubota has more.

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