Future of Work explores monumental changes in the workplace and the long-term impact on workers, employers, educators and communities.
Airs Wednesdays, September 1, 8 and 15 at 10p ET.
New From One Detroit:
Thursday, July 29th at 5:00 PM ET | 2:00 PM PT: PBS Books presents this Author Talk for Kids with Meg Medina about her book Merci Suárez Can’t Dance, the highly anticipated sequel to the award-winning and captivating Merci Suárez Changes Gears, for which she was the 2019 Newbery Medalist.
- 9/16/21: One Detroit – Mackinac Policy Conference / Cranbrook Museumon September 16, 2021
Tonight on One Detroit: Christy McDonald talks with CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber Sandy Baruah about the importance of Michigan’s leaders coming back together at the Mackinac Policy Conference after two years, the safety measures that have been put into place, and what the focus of the conference will be. Christy McDonald and One Read Now at One Detroit.
- Q&A: Climate, equity and diversity top priorities for new national non-profit executiveon September 15, 2021
Manish Bapna believes that, as a country, we are at a critical juncture with climate change and the time to act is now. “We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to overcome the climate crisis and build a healthier, more equitable and more vibrant world,” Bapna said in a statement on his appointment in August as president and CEO of the non-profit Natural Resources Defense Council. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- What Makes a Region: A look at three definitions of the Great Lakeson September 14, 2021
Beyond the obvious proximity to the five Great Lakes, what makes a region? The Midwest has its own stereotypes – the Rust Belt has become a popular term for northern post-industrial cities – but perhaps the draw of the Earth’s bounty of freshwater is more meaningful? Aside from the cultural influence of the lakes, the Great Lakes region is a combination of environmental science, politics and economy. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.