As the nation bids farewell to the Dean of Congress this week, One Detroit remembers Congressman John Dingell through one of his last interviews with Nolan Finley, when he talked about his life and legacy. Governor Gretchen Whitmer gives her first State of the State address. The One Detroit team analyzes the Governor’s speech and her priorities for Michigan.Read More
Author: Michael Sellers
Feb 14, 2019
Stephen gets details on this year’s African American Leadership Awards, which honor the people who work behind the scenes to advance policies and causes in the Black community. Plus, we take a look at Black artists and the business of creating, collecting and selling African American art.Read More
Feb 11, 2019
Nolan Finley: A lifelong Democrat, the Dean of the House didn’t choose people he loved based on political compatibility or partisan whim.Read More
Feb 8, 2019
We are all saddened to hear of the passing of Rep. John Dingell, who served his community and his country faithfully for nearly 60 years.
He was the longest serving member of Congress in U.S. history and one of its most powerful chairs, who helped to draft and enact some of the most important legislation in the past century.
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