MPC20 Conversations: Respond and Rebuild is a free digital series offering national and local speakers and dialogue, inspired by the tenor of conversation traditionally held at the Mackinac Policy Conference, every Wednesday, and most Fridays at 11 a.m., from Aug. 19 through Nov. 13.
What is it like to be a journalist of color covering the black lives matter protests and other stories about racial injustice?
Learn everything you need to know about exercising your right to vote on Election Day – featuring Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel.
One Detroit’s Will Glover interviews Olga Stella, Executive Director of Design Core Detroit and Kiana Wenzell, Director of Culture and Community about the 10 year anniversary of Detroit Month of Design.
9/28/20: One Detroit – Penny Stamps Speaker Series / Botanical Installations / Ken Fischer / Movement II “JUSTICE!”
The Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series brings respected leaders and innovators from a broad spectrum of creative fields. Lisa Waud’s botanical installations include large-scale, multi-sensory, immersive works utilize living plants and cut flowers.
During One Detroit’s Education Special: School Daze, the team took a look at how special education is being handled in districts, by getting a sense of teacher, parent, and administrative perspectives.
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.
In the ongoing series, “Do Black Lives Matter in America?,” we have frank conversations about the way the news media has covered the Black Lives Matter protests, and we take a look at diversity in the nation’s newsrooms.
Stephen Henderson talks with Erin Einhorn of NBC News and Chastity Pratt, Education Bureau Chief at The Wall Street Journal, about the biggest issues facing not only local districts but also nationwide as students go back to school.
How is school going this year for kids and parents so far? The One Detroit team will take a look at how Michigan schools compare with what’s going on across the nation.
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.
Orlando Bailey of BridgeDetroit speaks with Tristan Taylor, organizer of the group “Detroit Will Breathe,” and longtime Detroit activist Carolyn Baker about the protests against police brutality and systemic racism.