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2/22/18: School Safety / West Riverfront Development

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DPTV remembers Cliff Russell

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Chasing the Dream | A plan hatched in prison. Returning citizens help returning citizens.

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2/25/18: Black Panther / Littleguide Detroit

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Stephen talks with two comic book artists about the impact of the movie Black Panther on African American culture. Plus, there's a new online resource for parents looking for family-friendly events and activities in Detroit. Episode 4615.

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2/22/18: School Safety / West Riverfront Development

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The mass shooting at a Florida school has led to debates in Michigan and across the country about school safety and gun control. The MiWeek team offers their perspectives on how to keep students safe and whether there should be stricter gun regulations. Episode 643.

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DPTV remembers Cliff Russell

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Detroit Public Television is saddened to hear of Cliff Russell’s passing last Sunday at age 61. Russell regularly hosted “Detroit Black Journal,” now “American Black Journal” on DPTV in the early 1990s.

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Chasing the Dream | A plan hatched in prison. Returning citizens help returning citizens.

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According to the National Institute of Justice, there's nearly a 68% recidivism rate within 3 years of release. In Detroit, LUCK, Inc. (an acronym for 'Learning Under Correct Knowledge') hopes to curb that trend by helping returning citizens, those newly released from prison, get back on track.

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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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