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4/5/18: LUCK, Inc. / Governor Snyder Interview / Rain Gardens

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A special One Detroit report on the non-profit organization LUCK, Inc., founded by former prisoners who have turned their lives around and now help other returning citizens get on a path to productivity and success. Episode 649.

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4/1/18: Stanley Nelson, Filmmaker, "Tell Them We Are Rising"

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As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of American Black Journal, we'll have a special, in-depth conversation with award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Episode ABJ 4619.

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3/29/18: MSU Crisis Widens / Gun Debate / Headlines / Islandview

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Additional abuse accusations surface at Michigan State University, and Larry Nassar's former boss is the target. Plus, there's news that MSU spent $500,000 on social media tracking to keep tabs on what people were saying about the school. The MiWeek team analyzes these alarming new developments and their impact on MSU. Episode 648.

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3/22/18: MiWeek at the Solutions Summit

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Christy, Nolan and Stephen are at the Solutions Summit: An Educated Michigan event, co-hosted by The Center for Michigan and Business Leaders for Michigan at the College for Creative Studies. Episode 647.

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3/25/18: Denise Nicholas / State of the Civil Rights Movement

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Detroit-born actress, activist and author Denise Nicholas receives a National Living Legend Award in Detroit. Plus, two national civil rights experts give their perspectives on the civil rights struggle in this country 50 years after the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Episode 4618.

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Math is Everywhere

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Math is all around us in our everyday lives! There are many ways you can incorporate math in your daily routines and activities with your children.

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3/18/18: Robin Hood Foundation / Small Business Workshop

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On the next American Black Journal, author, social advocate and Robin Hood Foundation CEO Wes Moore sits down with Stephen to talk about the fight to alleviate poverty and his best-selling book about the line between success and failure in our communities. Episode 4617.

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3/15/18: Michigan Divided / Carl Levin / Great Lakes

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John Bebow, CEO of The Center for Michigan, and Ron French, Senior Writer at Bridge Magazine, join Christy and Stephen to talk about their new documentary titled, "Michigan Divided." Episode 646.

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Preschool Matters!

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Why is preschool important for young learners?

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3/11/18: Morehouse Meets Motown / St. Stephen AME Church Centennial

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On the next American Black Journal, two legacy institutions that made their mark in Black history are teaming up for a celebration of excellence in music. Episode 4616.

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3/8/18: Mayor Duggan's State of the City Address / DACA Relay / CitizenDetroit

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MiWeek's special round table guests analyze Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's State of the City address and his special focus on children and education in the city. Episode 645.

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Developing early literacy skills

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Developing early literacy skills is about much more than teaching the alphabet, skills such as supporting vocabulary development, experimental writing and print awareness all contribute to supporting those critical emergent literacy or “ready to read” skills to help your child be ready to learn to read when they get to school.

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3/4/18: Hope Starts Here / Black Male Teachers

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On the next American Black Journal: An early childhood initiative, "Hope Starts Here," led by The Kresge Foundation and W.K. Kellogg Foundation reaches an important milestone in its mission to make Detroit a city that puts young children and families first. Ep 4603. Original air date: 11/26/17.

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3/1/18: MiWeek at the 2018 Detroit Policy Conference

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Christy, Nolan and Stephen are at the Detroit Regional Chamber's annual Detroit Policy Conference where the conversation is all about civility --- in politics, the workplace and in communities. Episode 644.

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2/25/18: Black Panther / Littleguide Detroit

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Stephen talks with two comic book artists about the impact of the movie Black Panther on African American culture. Plus, there's a new online resource for parents looking for family-friendly events and activities in Detroit. Episode 4615.

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