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7/14/19: American Black Journal – NAACP National Convention / Concert of Colors

On the next American Black Journal, the 110th annual NAACP National Convention is coming to Detroit this month. The Detroit Branch NAACP President, Rev. Wendell Anthony, talks with Stephen about this year's speakers, activities and agenda. Plus, the Concert of Colors is underway in Detroit. Concert founder, Ismael Ahmed, talks about this annual celebration of diversity in music.

American Black Journal

6/30/19: American Black Journal – NSO Clay Center / Estate Planning

On the next American Black Journal, Neighborhood Service Organization breaks ground on a project that will change the conversation about homelessness in Detroit. We'll get details on the sustainable campus that will provide a variety of support services at one location for the homeless. Plus, we'll talk about the issues surrounding the division of Aretha Franklin's estate and why everyone should have a will.

  • Mackinac Policy Conference
  • Neighborhoods
  • Art and Culture
  • Environment

7/21/19: American Black Journal – Detroit Design 139 / ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day

On the next American Black Journal, Detroit Design 139 is a partnership that aims to create and advocate for the design of a future Detroit that's inclusive of all residents. Representatives from the design collective talk with Stephen about their upcoming initiatives that focus on the city's built and natural environments. Plus, the 13th annual ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day is coming up on August 3rd. We'll hear what's planned for this massive, annual event that stretches across the city of Detroit and involves thousands of volunteers and hundreds of activities.

7/21/19: American Black Journal – Detroit Design 139 / ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day

On the next American Black Journal, Detroit Design 139 is a partnership that aims to create and advocate for the design of a future Detroit that's inclusive of all residents. Representatives from the design collective talk with Stephen about their upcoming initiatives that focus on the city's built and natural environments. Plus, the 13th annual ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day is coming up on August 3rd. We'll hear what's planned for this massive, annual event that stretches across the city of Detroit and involves thousands of volunteers and hundreds of activities.

Record high water on Detroit’s East Side

An emergency situation in the flooded Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood on Detroit's east side comes with 100,000 sandbags and the workers to fill and stack them. The city of Detroit is looking for short term solutions where record high water levels and too much rain have left residents submerged near the Detroit River. One Detroit's Bill Kubota has the story.

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