In partnership with Detroit Public Television, BridgeDetroit reporter Malachi Barrett went around the community to talk with Detroit residents about the difficulty of getting major problems fixed at their homes.
To learn more about the unique challenges African American women entrepreneurs face, “American Black Journal” host Stephen Henderson spoke with two Black women entrepreneurs from Detroit.
One Detroit and reporters from the Detroit Free Press have teamed up for a special one-hour episode dedicated to demystifying our state’s election process.
In partnership with “American Black Journal,” BridgeDetroit reporter Malachi Barrett went around the community to talk with Detroit residents about the difficulty of getting major problems fixed at their homes.
One Detroit producer Chris Jordan takes viewers back to the two-day punk rock festival to learn more about the origins of Detroit’s punk rock history and how it continues to evolve.
One Detroit hears from voters across metro Detroit about where they land on key issues this midterm election season.
Host Stephen Henderson sits down for a robust conversation with Detroit Branch NAACP President Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony of Fellowship Chapel and Rev. Charles E. Williams II, senior pastor at Historic King Solomon Baptist Church and president of the Michigan Chapter of the National Action Network.
One Detroit contributor Stephen Henderson sits down with Dr. Nikolai Vitti for a wide-ranging conversation.
Stephen Henderson sits down with one of the event’s planning committee members, Marquis Taylor, to learn more about the goal of the symposium, this year’s theme— Presence and Protest, and the featured speakers.
Gen. McConville talks about COVID-19 and the labor shortage’s impact on the military, as well as the military’s investments to attract more youth to serve.