Street Beat: Foster CareThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at some of the different programs that benefit children in foster care.
Teacher's Pet: A Rehabilitation Program For Troubled Youth And Shelter DogsTeacher's Pet is an intervention program that pairs troubled youth with hard-to-adopt shelter dogs.
Street Beat: BullyingThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks into the issue of bullying.
Street Beat: Komen Race/CancerThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter gets the details on the Komen Detroit Race for the Cure and talks to several organizations who support those with cancer.
Dearborn's Arab American Community: A Culture Of Generosity When people who are not familiar with Arab American or Muslim American culture come to the city, they experience the community's warmth and friendliness and are leaving with a changed outlook.
Street Beat: Human Trafficking, TerrorismThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson discussing the human trafficking problem with Michael J. Ball of ICE Homeland Security Investigations, and Lisa Bower from the US National Committee for UN Women.
Street Beat: HungerThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks at the issue of hunger in metro Detroit.
Street Beat: Severe Weather SafetyThis week on Street Beat host Karen Carter takes a look at severe weather and the things people need to do to stay safe.
Autistic Man And Michigan Musicians Create Song For Autism AwarenessJosh Stokes of Linden, MI was diagnosed at an early age with autism. He wanted people to understand what it is like to live with autism and thought a song would help express it.
Street Beat: Improving Detroit At Home And At WorkThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at some of the programs improving living and working conditions in Detroit.
Street Beat: Mental Health IssuesThis week on Street Beat host Paul Prange, learns about mental health issues with Tom Watkins, Dennis Liegghio, Karen Laing and Karan Bates-Gasior.
Renaissance Center, Michigan Landmarks To Turn Blue For Autism AwarenessWhy are the Mackinaw Bridge and Renaissance Center buildings turning blue on April 2, 2016? They will help raise awareness for autism through the Autism Speaks international campaign, “Light It Up Blue,” on World Autism Awareness Day.

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