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Ken Quattro – A talk with fine art historian, Ken Quattro, on his book on the untold stories of black comic book artists, “The Invisible Men: The Trailblazing Black Artists of Comic Books.”
Rebel Nell – A Detroit Performs report on Rebel Nell, a Detroit-based social enterprise that makes jewelry out of graffiti, while empowering the women who create the jewelry.
Robin Seymour – If you grew up here in Detroit, chances are Robin Seymour narrated your musical memories as one of the most popular DJs starting in the 1950s. He passed away in April of this year, but his role in Detroit broadcasting history won’t be forgotten.
Marygrove Partnership Performance – “She Used to be Mine” by SkilSet Dancers