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Tonight's MiWeek reflects on Summer of 1967 and outlook for Detroit

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6/22/17: Detroit 1967: Perspectives

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Toxic Town: Michigan's Most Polluted Zip Code

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One Detroit Moment with Frank

20 years ago, Southwest Detroit native son Frank Venegas relocated his company to his hometown. Today, Frank is Chairman & CEO of Ideal Group in Detroit.

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6/25/17: Detroit Public Schools Community District / Detroit 67: Perspectives

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The new superintendent of the Detroit Public Schools Community District, Dr. Nikolai Vitti, talks with Stephen Henderson about his priorities for the district, teachers, academics and student enrollment. Episode 4536.

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Tonight's MiWeek reflects on Summer of 1967 and outlook for Detroit

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How far have we come since 1967? The MiWeek team takes an in-depth at Detroit's progress 50 years after the uprising as well as what it means to move forward.

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6/22/17: Detroit 1967: Perspectives

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As the Detroit Historical Museum prepares to open its "Detroit 67: Perspectives" exhibit to the public, the MiWeek team talks about the 1967 uprising and how it shapes Detroit and Southeastern Michigan today - 50 years later. Episode 608.

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Toxic Town: Michigan's Most Polluted Zip Code

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Bill Kubota, One Detroit / Detroit Public Television - With this story that first aired on Detroit Public Television’s MiWeek hosted by Christy McDonald, One Detroit’s Will Glover reports on what life is like in 48217.

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Family Pictures: USA comes to Detroit

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Telling Detroit's stories one family photo at a time.

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