Street Beat: Bullying And STEM ConferenceThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at the problem of bullying.
Myths about Sickle Cell AwarenessCW50 Intern Kristy Stanford talks with Dr. Wanda Whitten-Shurney, CEO and Medical Director of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America - Michigan Chapter (SCDAAMI), and Street Beat host Amyre Makupson about Sickle Cell Disease.
Street Beat: Health Concerns -- Cancer, Maternity Care, Fitness, Brain InjuryThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at health issues that concern many Michiganders.
Street Beat: Jimmy's Kids, swAg, The HIV Pill And WGPRAmyre Makupson, talks with 74 year old Jim Tuman about his Jimmy’s Kids program that mentors youth and helps them feel, safe, valued and loved. It also helps prevent teenage suicide.
Street Beat Preview: Dealing With Personal Loss, Organ Donation, 'Bianca: Who Did This To You?'Street Beat host, Amyre Makupson, looks at how Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Bloomfield Hills is helping widows heal from the hurt of losing a loved one.
Street Beat: L.G.B.T. Growing SupportThis week's show focuses on the controversial and often misunderstood world of the L.G.B.T community. Learn what you can do to support them and why so many are opposed to their controversial lifestyle.
Street Beat Preview: Keeping Kids Safe In And Out Of SchoolAmyre Makupson looks at ways to keep children safe in and out of school.
Street Beat: Heart Health
Street Beat: Active AgingAmyre Makupson meets people who are inspiring active aging.
Local Broadcast Legend Shares Advice For Young JournalistsWith an outstanding career in broadcast news, this award-winning journalist is no stranger to the camera. Amyre Makupson is a well know Detroit broadcaster. Throughout her 27-year career, Makupson had the chance to get to know so many people and report on many stories about the city of Detroit.
Street Beat: Ann Arbor Art Fair, Metro Detroit Youth DayAmyre Makupson checks in with Karen Delhey and Tim Gralewski of the Ann Arbor Art Fair, Ed Deeb with Metro Detroit Youth Day, Charles D. Small, with Don Bosco Hall on Willie Horton’s Batting for Kids and John Hollingsworth and Cecelia Sharpe with the Art of Resilience event.
Street Beat: Re-entry Aid To Ex-offendersOn Saturday, July 4th, Street Beat host Amyre Makupson finds out about programs that help ex-offenders stay on the right side of the law.