DJC Partner, WDET | Redlining Laws Aren’t Making Much Of A Difference in Detroit

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“In the 21st Century, people of color are still turned away by banks and mortgage lenders even when they make the same amount of money,” says Senior Reporter Aaron Glantz.

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A Detroit Deportee update: Two emotional goodbyes caught on camera. How are they now?

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One Detroit was there when Jorge Garcia and Maria Juarez were deported to Mexico. One Detroit's Bill Kubota receives updates from both on their new lives across the border.

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PBS NewsHour | Will Congress have an immigration breakthrough or breakdown?

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PBS NewsHour has the latest on the immigration debate--Republicans are confident they have an immigration plan that would garner the president's support. The bill, however, doesn't have the Democratic support it needs, and is drawing criticism for its proposed cuts to legal immigration.

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MiWeek Web Exclusive | Christy McDonald & Wayne County Executive Warren Evans - Extended Interview

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Check out this special extended interview featuring MiWeek's Christy McDonald and Wayne County Executive Warren Evans.

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Ask an Immigration Law Expert | Why don't undocumented people obtain U.S. citizenship?

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Alex Vernon of University of Detroit Mercy Immigration Law Clinic Explains: Why don't undocumented people obtain US citizenship?

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DPTV’s Great Lakes Bureau and One Detroit win Sierra Club Award

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It’s the Michigan Chapter Sierra Club’s Top Environmental Journalism Honor.

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American Black Journal Roadshow Clip: Web Exclusive Q & A

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On Sunday's American Black Journal roadshow, audience members got to ask panelists questions about the state of the media landscape for African Americans. Check out what they had to say.

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U-M Food Literacy For All LiveStream Continues TONIGHT feat. Winona Duke

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Join the community and watch Winona's talk from the UM Detroit Center or check out the Livestream.

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American Black Journal Clip | The Media

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Stephen talks to Vickie Thomas, NABJ region two director City Beat reporter at WWJ-CBS Radio Detroit and Luther Keith, executive director of Arise Detroit, a former Detroit News editor and founding director of the Journalism Institute for Minorities at Wayne State University, and Sheila Cockrel, President of Crossroads Consulting and Communications Group.

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DJC Partner, Chalkbeat Detroit | A new law, signed Friday by Gov. Snyder, prompts Detroit district to back out of property dispute with charter school

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A Detroit charter school now has a much clearer path to buy and renovate a vacant former school building on Detroit’s east side.

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American Black Journal Roadshow - African Americans: Telling Our Story

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As American Black Journal celebrates its 50th year on Detroit Public Television, the show went on the road at the William V. Banks Broadcast Museum & Media Center for a frank conversation on the opportunities available for African Americans to tell their story.

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PBS NewsHour | For some immigrants, deportation means death

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What is the fate of deportees? PBS NewsHour's Hari Sreenivasan talks with the New Yorker's Sarah Stillman.

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MiWeek | State of the State; Nolan Finley interviews Gov. Rick Snyder

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Rick Snyder's final State of the State Address got people talking about what they believe is the state of the state. Do the numbers of economic prosperity add up? Are they at the expense of other investments like infrastructure and education?

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Immigration Law Expert Q&A | If I'm undocumented and married to a U.S. Citizen, can't I stay in the U.S.?

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In this #OneDetroit Explainer, Alex Vernor of U of D Immigration Law Clinic gives a quick overview of how Marriage and Citizenship work.

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PBS NewsHour | More churches are opening their doors to undocumented immigrants facing deportation

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Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino meets one immigrant who has been welcomed by a congregation in hopes of buying time to find a legal way of staying in the U.S.

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