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The Let’s Read Together Challenge is back! We are challenging students from Preschool to 12th Grade across the state to complete 1,000 minutes of reading. Classrooms and families who complete the challenge will be entered into a drawing to win prizes by age range.
Members of American Black Journal’s Black Church in Detroit Advisory Committee and other esteemed panelists host a community conversation on the urgent topic of gun violence, and the role that the church can play in prevention efforts, as well as grief ministries and other community support.
- 12/01/2022: One Detroit – Good Jobs Now program, Black Women Entrepreneurs, Boblo Boats documentaryon December 1, 2022
Future of Work host Will Glover talks with Detroit Action about the employment barriers returning citizens face and the organization’s Goods Jobs Now program. Plus, contributor Stephen Henderson explores the unique challenges of two Black women entrepreneurs in Detroit. And, contributor Daijah Moss learns more about a new documentary that details the history of Detroit’s Boblo Boats. Read Now at One Detroit.
- Michigan hunters say 252,000 deer killed in firearms season with new ruleson December 1, 2022
By Kelly House, Bridge Michigan The Great Lakes News Collaborative includes Bridge Michigan; Circle of Blue; Great Lakes Now at Detroit Public Television; and Michigan Radio, Michigan’s NPR News Leader; who work together to bring audiences news and information about the impact of climate change, pollution, and aging infrastructure on the Great Lakes and drinking water. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- US officials say 2 more places will test sewage for polioon December 1, 2022
By Mike Stobbe, AP Medical Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Philadelphia and Oakland County, Michigan, are joining the small list of U.S. localities that are looking for signs of polio infections in sewage, U.S. health officials said Wednesday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the communities will test for polio in sewage for at least four months. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.