Street Beat: Health ConcernsThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter checks out an assortment of medical concerns that may impact viewers.
Street Beat Web Exclusive: Dr. Eddie Connor Talks About LiteracyIntern Kristy Stanford talks with Author and Empowerment Speaker Dr. Eddie Connor, Jr.
Street Beat: Fathers And MentorsThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani learns about the importance of male role models in a young child’s life.
The Powerful Women's Weekend: Networking and EmpowermentAre you a powerful woman?
An Attitude Of Gratitude Can Change Your LifeI no longer let negativity hold a permanent position in my life. Once I started practicing an attitude of gratitude I began to notice my life took a positive change.
Street Beat: Child AbuseThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone looks at what local organizations are doing to stop child abuse.
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Check Out Something New: Detroit’s 1st Women In Hip Hop Conference“Ever wonder where all the Women in Hip Hop have gone?” says Piper Carter, founder of The Foundation of Women in Hip Hop.
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: 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.