Street Beat: Infrastructure And TransportationLisa Germani speaks with the Oakland County Water Commissioner on the quality of water in Michigan, and what we can do to improve the conditions of our lakes and rivers.
Street Beat: Rebuilding DetroitThis week on Street Beat, Detroit is on the rebound, but it’s not the only city trying to renew itself. Host April Moss looks at some of the great things happening in Detroit and the suburbs.
Street Beat: Housing Segregation: We Don’t Want ThemStreet Beat continues its partnership with the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion with a look at housing segregation.
Street Beat: Conquering CancerThis week on Street Beat, because of the growing rate of cancer diagnosis host Lisa Germani takes a closer look at some forms of cancer and the support groups who help those battling the disease.
Street Beat: Stem, Education, And The Importance Of PlayThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson focuses on STEM education and the importance of play.
Street Beat: Awareness EventsThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss looks at several organizations holding awareness events in April and May.
Street Beat: Supporting Children With Special NeedsOn this week’s Street Beat we learns about several organizations that are supporting children with special needs.
Street Beat: Detroit’s Response To The Refugee CrisisOn this episode of Street Beat, host April Moss looks at what metro Detroit is doing to aid Syrian refugees.
Street Beat: National Reading MonthThis week on Street Beat, March is National Reading Month so host Lisa Germani looks at the importance of literacy.
Street Beat: Michigan HistoryThis week’s Street Beat, hosted by April Moss, brings you the rich history of Michigan and the people who preserve that history.
Street Beat - Gift of LifeThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at several ways you can save a life.
Street Beat: Women's History MonthOn this edition of Street Beat, April Moss talks with the Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame, the Michigan Women’s Foundation, Inforum Southeast Regional Council, and the National Congress of Black Women, Oakland Chapter to talk about Women's History Month.