Teens Write About Hopes, Dreams And Race“As someone who loves literature and connecting with other cultures, the One Earth Writing Ambassadors program has been like no other,” says Ashleigh Garrison, a Detroit resident and 2017 graduate of International Academy East who was part of One Earth Writing’s first class of Ambassadors.
Street Beat: When Bad Things HappenThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at the organizations that are helping people through difficult situations.
CW50's Guide to the 2017 Walk Now for Autism SpeaksCW50 is proud to be an official TV sponsor of the Walk Now for Autism Speaks! Join Walk Emcee (and CW50 Chief Forecaster) Karen Carter on September 16th!
Street Beat: September Medical EventsThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at upcoming events benefiting organizations helping people who are dealing with disease.
Street Beat: Bringing STEM Awareness To Girls And MinoritiesThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone looks at STEM careers and the need to bring STEM awareness to girls and minorities.
Street Beat: Rebuilding DetroitThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani talks to local leaders who are rebuilding the city and restoring its image.
Street Beat: Energy Saving And Earth Friendly Programs In DetroitThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss looks at ways to reduce waste, save energy, and beautify our world.
Home Run at the 16th Annual Willie Horton’s Batting for Kidhe CW50 Street Team hit a home run at the 16th Annual Willie Horton’s batting for kid’s event at Comerica Park. Over 400 kids joined us for the excitement of the occasion and for the love of baseball. The kids gathered to run, bat and learn the fundamentals of the game. Kids were split up into teams at different stations to engage closer with their peers and volunteers. Baseball players from the Metro Detroit area were on hand to assist the kids at each stop.
Street Beat: Helping Youth Through Mentoring And ParentingThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson talks to several organizations who are helping youth through mentoring and parenting.
CW50 Street Team Visits International Fest in CantonA variety of cultures were well represented at the International Festival in Canton. The festival was inside the annual Liberty Fest. About 40,000 attendees came out to support their community.
Friendships And The Future Of Media: What I Learned On My Emma Bowen NYC TripThe Emma Bowen Foundation Fellows Program provides multi-year internships to students of color at media companies across the country. Being in the program for two years now has been an amazing experience and I can only look forward to what the future brings.
Street Beat: Arts And CultureThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani talks about arts and culture in metro Detroit.