Shannon Cason’s podcast Homemade Stories encourages people to step out of their comfort zones, all in the quest of better stories.
CultureSource’s Omari Rush, Shannon Cason, professional photographer Alex Forrer, journalist Devin Scillian and musician Alex Way.
Stacey Abrams, Chastity Pratt and Dr. Iheoma Iruka, Chief Research Innovation Officer at HighScope talk about the importance of pre-K learning, ensuring adequate early childhood education and day care in the long term.
7/5/20: American Black Journal – COVID-19 Impact on Mental Health / Racial Disparities During the Pandemic / Music by Anita Dumar
Stephen talks with the Rev. Horace Sheffield III, the head of DABO (Detroit Association of Black Organizations), about his personal battle with COVID-19 and the impact of the virus on Detroiters.
7/2/20: One Detroit – Eviction Concerns / Police Brutality & Systemic Racism Roundtable / Benny Napoleon / Shatila Bakery
An in-depth discussion of the national and global protests against police brutality and systemic racism.
Will Glover asks The Root senior writer Michael Harriot about when Black Americans should stop having to explain what is and is not racism to white people.
Detroit Free Press: Fear and loathing in the service industry as metro Detroit restaurants begin reopening
As Michigan’s 350,000 laid-off hospitality workers begin returning to work, some are questioning why they’re being called back so quickly during a health crisis.
Non-profit groups are trying to provide assistance to renters in order to stave off evictions, which could lead to an increase in vacancies.
One Detroit’s Will Glover talks with Shatila Bakery’s Vice President, Nada Shatila, about surviving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each Thursday at noon, join the COVID313 Community Coalition for Families and Students for a Virtual Townhall focused on supporting parents, students, and families during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Christy McDonald interviews superintendents on the options for returning to the classroom in the fall.
Joan Belgrave is Detroit’s most noted Jazz Singer, she talks with Christy McDonald about lost gigs and uncertainty during the current pandemic.