This week on Street Beat, host Roxanne Steele from AMP Radio looks into the issue of poverty in metro-Detroit.
First, John Ziraldo, the President/CEO of Lighthouse of Oakland County, talks about the problem of suburban poverty and the upcoming Walk for Hunger on May 3.
Then United Way for Southeastern Michigan (UWSEM) President Michael Brennan and Kyle DuBuc, the Director of Public Policy & Advocacy, stop in to discuss the UWSEM’s Greater Detroit Centers for Working Families program and how they are helping those living in poverty.
Next, Joan Morehead, Vice President for Matrix Human Services discusses the Transition to Success program.
Finally, Neal Rubin of the Detroit News talks about Bookstock, the annual used book sale that funds literacy projects.
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