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Michigan Matters: Detroit 1967 Web ExtraThe Detroit 1967 Roundtable recalls the uprising that shook the city for 5 days. It's 50 years later and the ripples are still being felt.
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Street Beat: Arts And CultureThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani talks about arts and culture in metro Detroit. Her guests include Maureen Riley, the Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original; Hillary Brody, the Brand & Community Strategist for CultureSource; Andrea Scobie, the Manager of Education & Community Programs For the Michigan Opera Theatre; and Janice Blixt, Producing Artistic Director/director/actor, and Lee Palmer, actor; from the Michigan Shakespeare Festival.
Michigan Matters Web Extra Over 50 EmploymentHolman and Fowler talk about people over the age of 50 being recruited for job openings.
Street Beat: Summer Activities & Ann Arbor Art FairThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss finds out about exciting summer activities happening in July and August. First, Metro Detroit Youth Day founder and chairman Ed Deeb shares how this group has been channeling children’s energies in a positive and constructive setting for 35 years. Then, Pitch for Detroit is an annual day-long charity kickball tournament for young adults that connects people dedicated to improving metro Detroit community. Ezekiel Harris, Executive Director of MACC Development and Alyssa Gorenberg, NEXTGen Detroit Associate, explain the details. Then Michele Marine, Director of Programs at the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, discusses the Live the RiverFront program as well as other summer activities in the city. Finally, Teri John, the Detroit Institute of Arts Director of Education Programs, and Michael Hill, their Public Programs Coordinator, explain what is happening at the DIA this summer.
Street Beat: Supporting Our VeteransThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson learns about organizations that support our nation’s veterans. First, Colonel Ken Huxley who is the Vice President of Talent Acquisition from Strategic Staffing Solutions, explains how his company supports vets and their spouses by placing them in new career fields after their years of service. Then, Willborn Sargent, a trustee with the Southeastern Michigan Stand Down Inc. discusses the upcoming Stand Down and how it helps homeless vets. Next, Stephanie Osterland, the Director of Partner & Community Programs for Habitat for Humanity Oakland County, and Monica Munir, a Veteran and Habitat homeowner, talk about Habitat’s program and how it helps vets with their housing needs. Finally, Steve Saelzler, the Chapter coordinator for the Michael Gramlich South East Michigan Chapter 74 of Veterans for Peace, talks about his group that promotes non-violent ways to solve problems.

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