Stephen talks with the Rev. Horace Sheffield III, the head of DABO (Detroit Association of Black Organizations), about his personal battle with COVID-19 and the impact of the virus on Detroiters. Plus, economics professor Charles Ballard.
Stephen talks with Tonya Allen, president & CEO of The Skillman Foundation, about distance learning for students and the educational resources that local non-profits are providing. Plus, Pastor Solomon Kinloch, Jr. of Triumph Church
Stephen has a frank conversation about the connection between race, health and the COVID-19 pandemic. How are health disparities in urban cities like Detroit, New Orleans and Chicago contributing to the spread of the coronavirus? Plus, we’ll meet up with master storyteller and Detroit native Shannon Cason, famous for his Homemade Stories Podcast.
If how you touch the lives of other people is in any a measure of a good life, then Swanson Funeral Home founder O’Neil D. Swanson lived a good life and we are all the better for it.
Stephen talks with marketing consultant Mark S. Lee about how small businesses can stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, he has a frank conversation with Pastor Barry Randolph of Detroit’s Church of the Messiah on how the outbreak is impacting residents in city neighborhoods. And, Stephen remembers a colleague and friend, Marlowe Stoudamire.
The American Black Journal roundtable holds a frank discussion on the impact of the coronavirus on the Democratic primary, and the November presidential election.
We’ll see how the River Rouge school district is providing students with food and learning materials while schools are shut down in wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Stephen holds a frank roundtable on the impact of Covid-19 and the response so far. Plus, the panel weighs in on how the November presidential election is shaping up.
University of Michigan professor Alford Young, Jr. talks about his groundbreaking book on low-income African Americans living in Ypsilanti and their views on navigating a world of work that focuses on technology. Plus, we’ll celebrate the literary work of female authors and look at efforts to get more women to write and publish books. And, Stephen remembers his former colleague and Detroit Black Journal contributor, Susan Watson.