Street Beat: Back To SchoolThis week on Street Beat host Lisa Germani talks to various organizations about education opportunities.
Eating Vegan In College -- Is It For Me?Starting a vegan lifestyle can be a new and healthy experience for all, however for college students it can be more of a burden.
Be-Moor Radio: An Uplifting Internet Radio Station For YouthFind out about Be-Moor Radio, an uplifting radio station for youth, in Remi Murrey's CW50 web exclusive interview with Yakeem Tatum, General Manager of Be-Moor Radio.
Street Beat: Active Shooter SituationsThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks at gun safety, active shooter situations, and staying safe at home.
Street Beat: Mentoring YouthThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani talks with mentoring organizations that are dedicated to helping improve the lives of youth.
'Street Beat' Rebranding DetroitThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone talks with local organizations about changing the image of Detroit and changing the lives of its inhabitants.
Street Beat Web Exclusive: Pure Heart FoundationIntern Kristy Stanford talks with Sherelle Hogan, CEO of Pure Heart Foundation, about how her program offers emotional learning, therapeutic and embracing experiences for children with incarcerated parents.
HIGH Program: Wayne State University's First Lady Talks About Her Mission With Helping Homeless College StudentsIntern Kristy Stanford talks with Wayne State University's first lady, Jacqueline Wilson, about how she is helping financially streesed students at Wayne State University reach their goals to graduate.
The Carr Center: The Electrifying Creative Hub For The ArtsFind out about the Carr Center, a creative hub for the arts in downtown Detroit, in Remi Murrey's CW50 web exclusive interview with Oliver Ragsdale Jr., Carr Center founder and CEO.
Extremely Nervous: My Rewarding First Experience As A TV Production InternMy first production at Splash Universe was an exciting experience.
Rescuing One To Rescue Another - Stiggy's DogsYou and your family can grab a little barbeque on August 5th to help fund Stiggy’s Dogs, a nonprofit veteran organization that rescues and trains shelter dogs to become psychiatric service dogs for Michigan military vets.
'Poverty Creates Crime' Childhood Literacy Advocate Deals With Realities In DetroitKristy Stanford talks with Jasmine Fortune about the literacy program, Fortunate Kids.

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