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10/11/18: Warren Housing Insecurity / Governor’s Debate / Islandview Housing / WRCJ’S Chris Felcyn

Matthew Desmond's Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Evicted: Poverty And Profit In The American City, revealed the city of Warren has one of the highest rates of court-ordered evictions in the nation. In this report from a WDET-FM community book discussion in Warren, Stephen talks with the audience about the reasons -- and answers -- for housing insecurity and poverty in Macomb County and the region.

American Black Journal

10/14/18: REDEMPTION OF A DOGG / LITERARY ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM (DIA / WRIGHT MUSEUM)

Legendary rapper Snoop Dogg talks with Stephen about his theatrical debut in the stage play, "Redemption of a Dogg," which features some of his greatest hits. Plus, they talk about Snoop's 25-year musical career and how the industry has changed. Plus, award-winning author and poet Quincy Troupe stops by to talk about being the featured Literary Artist-in-Residence in a program led by the Charles H. Wright Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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  • Neighborhoods
  • Flint
  • Immigration

Secretary of State Candidate Debate – Off the Record

Watch Off the Record's live debate with Secretary of State candidates Democrat Jocelyn Benson and Republican Mary Treder Lang.  Moderated by Off the Record anchor and producer Tim Skubick and will follow a no-rules format, with no opening statement and a one-minute closing statement.

One Detroit | ‘Reverse gentrification’ in Islandview

Islandview is a neighborhood on the verge of big change, especially when it comes to housing. Longtime residents are wary of being pushed out by high rents and new development. Joe Ventimiglia is trying a different developmental model. One Detroit Associate Producer has the story.

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