Tonight on One Detroit:

Ford is unveiling its new all electric F-150 next week. GM has pledged all light vehicles in their lineup will be electric by 2035. There is a push in Washington to invest $174-billion into EV infrastructure. But up front costs, range anxiety, and battery life are just some of the hesitations consumers have. Will Glover has more on the future of EVs

Ceena Vang has taken the lead as Detroit area Asian Americans find ways to deal with the recent incidents where Asians are victims including the Atlanta spa shootings.
In a matter of days after the shooting, Vang, a Hmong American born here and Troy High School alum helped organize the first rally in Detroit.
One Detroit learns what motivated her to start her activist group Whenever We’re Needed.

Related: Join One Detroit and APIAVote Michigan for our May 19th virtual town hall at 7 p.m. | “How We Got Here: The Asian American Experience in Metro Detroit”

  • Politics Roundup

Detroit Police Chief James Craig announced his resignation this week, and there are hints he’s exploring a run for governor.
Our One Detroit contributors Nolan Finley of the Detroit News and Stephen Henderson of American Black Journal have more on what this means for the city.

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