Detroit Public TV was a major winner in the Excellence in Journalism Awards for television in this year’s Society of Professional Journalists Detroit Chapter contest, receiving 5 first place honors, more than any of its competitors.
The One Detroit team remembers the life and legacy of federal judge and civil rights icon, the Hon. Damon Keith. Nolan and Stephen talk about his impact on the next generation of leaders, and we look back at a 2014 one-on-one interview Stephen had with Judge Keith on American Black Journal.
We’ll remember federal judge and civil rights champion, the Hon. Damon Keith, when he sat down with Stephen in 2014 for a rare one-on-one interview. Plus, internationally acclaimed artist Charles Bibbs talks about his unique work and the impact of African American art. And, Focus: HOPE is recruiting Detroiters for its free job training program. We’ll find out what it takes to enroll and the types of job opportunities it can lead to.
One way or another, this city has our signature,” owner Ray Formosa told One Detroit. Check out the history of this Corktown hardware store, established in 1896.
Since 2011 Detroit Public TV and the Detroit Regional Chamber partner to provide Michigan citizens access to the Mackinac Policy Conference May 29–31, 2019. Coverage features speakers and insightful panels with statewide and national business, government and community...
Detroit’s own civil rights icon, federal judge Damon Keith, passed away this weekend. He was 96. One Detroit contributor, Stephen Henderson sat down with Judge Damon Keith in 2014 for an in-depth interview on his career, his life, and his biography, “Crusader for Justice: Federal Judge Damon J. Keith”.
The team from Detroit Public TV’s “One Detroit” and “American Black Journal” presented a live Solutions Roadshow – “The Well-being of the Child: Are the Kids All Right?” – at City Covenant Church in the Brightmoor neighborhood.
In a One Detroit report, we see how a Detroit school, Randolph Career Technical Center, is preparing the next generation of skilled trades workers for a career that is in high demand.
4/21/19: American Black Journal – NAACP Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner / Reverend Charles G. Adams 50th Anniversary
Detroit Branch NAACP President Rev. Wendell Anthony talks with Stephen about next month’s 64th Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner, which features a celebrity red carpet and keynote speaker, presidential hopeful Kamala Harris.
One Detroit’s Christy McDonald, Stephen Henderson, and Nolan Finley discuss their impressions of the newly formed Hate Crimes Unit within the Michigan Attorney General’s office.
The Every School Day Counts Detroit campaign is part of a national initiative to combat chronic student absences, which tend to peak after spring break. The campaign includes a citywide student-to-student “challenge” demonstrating reasons to be engaged and present at school. Plus, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy and her father Clifford talk with Stephen about Clifford’s new autobigraphy detailing the segregation and other struggles he experienced at West Point and in the Army.
Christy sits down for a wide-ranging, one-on-one interview with Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel about her first three months in office. They talk about several of Nessel’s priorities including the Line 5 controversy, the investigation into the Catholic Church, prosecuting hate crimes, and her plans for Flint.