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PBS Books, in collaboration with DPTV, is pleased to host an important conversation about “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” with Filmmakers Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Peña, along with executive producer Juanita Anderson and attorney/activist Jim Shimoura. The conversation is moderated by Bill Kubota, a Senior Producer at Detroit Public Television’s One Detroit.
The Michigan Learning Channel’s 8-week program encourages kids to “Learn, Do, and Explore” with literacy and math lessons, hands-on science and fitness activities, career exploration, and virtual field trips. Find videos, fun activity books, and more to keep preschool to 6th-grade students engaged in learning.
- 6/23/2022: One Detroit – Detroit Creativeson June 23, 2022
This week, One Detroit compiles a "Best of" episode featuring Detroit creatives. Producer AJ Walker talks with author Aaron Foley about his debut novel, "Boys Come First," which follows three Black gay millennial men maneuvering through their 30s in Detroit. Then, producer Eden Sabolboro talks with artist Sterling Toles about a new spring 2022 exhibit focused on Black artists at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design. Plus, One Detroit revisits a conversation with the 2021 Kresge Eminent Artist, Detroit artist and educator Shirley Woodson. Read Now at One Detroit.
- Does extreme weather threaten the hazardous waste sites that border Lake Michigan?on June 23, 2022
Climate change-fueled weather such as extreme storms will provide a direct threat to contaminated waste storage sites, nuclear power plants and industrial facilities at multiple sites on the shores of Lake Michigan, according to a new report. The 63-mile corridor from Gary, Indiana, through Illinois to the Wisconsin border is particularly at risk. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- How will tire chemicals affect Great Lakes fish? Some scientists hope to find outon June 22, 2022
Just a couple years ago, nobody had heard of 6PPD-quinone, a chemical by-product of car tires. Until it was discovered that it can kill fish, including species in the Great Lakes. Researchers with the University of Washington discovered in late 2020 that 6PPD-quinone was washing off roadways and into Seattle’s urban creeks during rainstorms – a death sentence for coho salmon. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.