9/25/16: Paradise Valley / "Poison on Tap"
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On the next American Black Journal, a huge part of Detroit's African American history is getting a $52 million revitalization. We'll talk with two people involved in the redevelopment of the Paradise Valley Cultural and Entertainment District. Plus, a new book provides the first comprehensive look at the Flint water crisis and the government's role in the lead poisoning of that city's drinking water. We'll talk with one of the contributing writers of "Poison on Tap: How Government Failed Flint, and the Heroes Who Fought Back."
Watch the Paradise Valley segment
Watch the On This Day Detroit segment
Watch the "Poison on Tap" segment
Paradise Valley Cultural & Entertainment District
N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art
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