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

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

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2/15/18: Regional Transit Plan / LUCK, INC.

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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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2/15/18: Regional Transit Plan / LUCK, INC.

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Talks come to a halt for a new regional transit plan for this year's ballot. Christy talks one-on-one with Wayne County Executive Warren Evans about the sticking points and what happens next. Plus, Nolan and Stephen weigh in on mass transit in southeast Michigan. Episode 642.

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2/18/18: African-American Family Book Expo / Sphinx Competition

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An upcoming book expo is hoping to increase literacy in the city by celebrating reading and African American authors. Plus, a special report on an African-American violinist who is taking the classical music world by storm. Episode 4614.

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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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