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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.
- Why Line 5 will likely remain open despite Democratic control of Lansingon November 29, 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.
- 11/28/22: One Detroit – Gilda Snowden memorial exhibit, Kresge Detroit film series, remembering Anne Parsonson November 28, 2022
This week's One Detroit Arts & Culture features a look inside the Gilda Snowden Memorial Art Exhibit at The Scarab Club. Then, members of the Kresge Arts in Detroit's KAF21 Film Series discuss this year's film series spotlighting Kresge Artist fellows and local filmmakers. Plus, revisit Detroit Public TV's documentary "Orchestra Hall - A Centennial Celebration" to remember the legacy of former DSO President Emeritus Anne Parsons. Read Now at One Detroit.
- Mapping the Great Lakes: Pumpkin productionon November 28, 2022
Love staring at a map and discovering something interesting? Then “Mapping the Great Lakes” is for you. It’s a monthly Great Lakes Now feature created by Alex B. Hill, a self-described “data nerd and anthropologist” who combines cartography, data, and analytics with storytelling and human experience. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.