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DJC Partner, WDET | How Has Detroiter Maria Juarez Fared Since Being Deported to Mexico in May?

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Bridge Magazine's Chastity Pratt Dawsey and One Detroit's Bill Kubota recently went down to Mexico to find out what Maria’s living conditions are like and to get an update on the story. She speaks with Detroit Today producer Jake Neher about her recent trip to Mexico and Maria’s situation.

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What is the workforce of the future? New One Detroit Roadshow

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Detroit Public Television’s One Detroit tackles this critical topic of the skilled trades gap in its “Workforce of the Future Roadshow” on May 24th on Detroit Public Television.

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DJC Partner, Bridge Magazine | Foreclosed for the cost of an iPhone. That's life in Wayne County.

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Antoinette Coleman lost her home for less than the cost of an iPhone.

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A MorningSide View

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Detroit journalist and podcast producer Imani Mixon joined community activist Monique Tate on a drive around their neighborhood.

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Finley: Duggan must build one Detroit

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Redevelopment of the neighborhoods has not matched downtown’s boom. Duggan understands that if he’s at all vulnerable in the upcoming election, it is because of the resentment of the city’s inequitable progress.

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What will State of the City cover? Mike Duggan's office won't say

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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan will deliver his fourth State of the City address tonight on the city's west side.

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‘The Talk - Race in America’ TONIGHT at 9:00 P.M. ET on Detroit Public Television

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In the wake of recent tragic and fatal events between men of color and law enforcement, The Talk—Race in America explores how black and Hispanic families counsel their kids to stay safe if they are stopped by the police.

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PBS pays tribute to the legendary Motown songwriter and singer, Smokey Robinson

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Friday 2/10 at 9pm ET, enjoy an all-star tribute to Smokey Robinson, the 2016 recipient of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, with performances by Robinson, plus many more.

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VIDEO: As Seen on MiWeek: Criminal Justice Reform in Michigan Continues to Evolve

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The segment looks at House Bill 4138, called “Presumptive Parole”, and others have titled it, “Safe and Smart Parole Reform”.

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VIDEO: President Trump’s Travel Ban Spurs Emergency Town Hall in Dearborn

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President Trump’s travel ban continued to create a ripple effect in the lives of local and national Muslim American policy leaders, prompting many in the Detroit area to come together in Dearborn last week.

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Detroit River’s muddy bottom conceals cannons, cars, guns

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Below the murky, rolling currents of the Detroit River is a floor loaded with centuries of artifacts: war cannons, old wooden ships, cars and hundreds of firearms, ranging from wooden muskets to automatic handguns.

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VIDEO: As an American Muslim, Rashida Tlaib has to fight to live in peace

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The One Detroit team presents a story we recently captured of Rashida Tlaib, a woman confronting hate as she strives to realize her version of the American Dream.

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The Detroit Start-Up Helping Women Craft a Path Out of Homelessness

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How a nonprofit and a small jewelry company team up to help homeless women get back on their feet.

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The Lights Are On in Detroit

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With 65,000 new streetlights, the city sends a message: It’s O.K. to go out after dark. Restaurants feel the glow. So do schoolchildren.

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Why Detroit Should Claim Its Leadership of Mobility Sector

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The North American International Auto Show begins its media previews on Sunday in Detroit. The show opens to the public on Jan. 14.

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