Street Beat: Crime Prevention
This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson learns about the different organizations helping those who have been impacted by crime and violence. First, Esther's Sister Circle helps woman and children who need to transform their lives. Founder Kenneatria Sutton shares the details. Then, the new violence intervention program DLIVE is explained by Dr. Tolulope Sonuyi, the Director for DLIVE on behalf of City Connect Detroit, and Ray Winans, violence intervention specialist with DLIVE. Next, Program Director Shakenya Wardlaw, and Malik Bellefant, the Executive Director of Man Power Mentoring, explain how their mentoring program helps those who have had brushes with the law. Finally, Laura Blankenship, the Director of Community Relations for the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, shares the latest information on computer scams.
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Street Beat: Eating DisordersThis week on “Street Beat”, host Lisa Germani discusses eating disorders, their causes, diagnoses and treatments. Her guests include Leon Judd, President of the Metro chapter of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness; Michael Weinberger, the founder of “A Plan For Living”; Dr. Gary Katz, a general surgeon for St. John Providence Weight Loss; Jacquelyn K. Smiertka, a Registered Nurse and the Program Director of Beyond Change: Living a Healthy Life After Obesity Surgery; and Tracy Strieter, the Wellness and Business Development Coordinator for Medical Weight Loss Clinic.
Street Beat: Diversity DayThis week on Street Beat, the CW50 partnership with the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion continues with a look at “Diversity, Race, and Inclusion among African-Americans and the city of Detroit.”
Street Beat: Crime PreventionThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson learns about the different organizations helping those who have been impacted by crime and violence. First, Esther's Sister Circle helps woman and children who need to transform their lives. Founder Kenneatria Sutton shares the details. Then, the new violence intervention program DLIVE is explained by Dr. Tolulope Sonuyi, the Director for DLIVE on behalf of City Connect Detroit, and Ray Winans, violence intervention specialist with DLIVE. Next, Program Director Shakenya Wardlaw, and Malik Bellefant, the Executive Director of Man Power Mentoring, explain how their mentoring program helps those who have had brushes with the law. Finally, Laura Blankenship, the Director of Community Relations for the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, shares the latest information on computer scams.
Street Beat: Mental Health AwarenessThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone looks at mental health issues. First Dr. Gina Lynem explains Seasonal Affective Disorder, the signs of mental illness, and when to seek counseling. Then, Heather Rae, the President and CEO of Common Ground, explains how this agency helps those in a crisis situation. Next, the founder of Know Resolve, Dennis Liegghio, talks about the issues of teen suicide. Finally, the multi-cultural counseling center iAmerica is introduced by its Director, Rabia Latif.
Street Beat: Grass Roots DetroitThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani finds out how grass roots organizations are improving Detroit neighborhoods in 2018. First, Sarida Scott, the Executive Director for Community Development Advocates of Detroit, explains how this group is helping to rebuild the neighborhoods. Then, Jamii Tata, the CEO of The Oakland Avenue Artists Coalition and the Founder, Creative Director of Know Allegiance Nation, discusses the way these groups are impacting Detroit. Next, the CEO of the Pleasant Heights Economic Development Corp., Ishmail Terry, talks about encouraging small businesses in districts 5 and 7. Finally, we switch gears to learn about the 7th annual Martin Luther King Ride from Colleen Robar, The Public Relations Director for Tour de Troit.
Street Beat: New Year New YouThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani gets tips on improving yourself for the new year. First, Matthew Darling, director and instructor at Ashtanga Michigan, talks about the health and stress reduction benefits of yoga and the New Year, New You Expo. Then, integrative nutrition coach, Cindy Nunnery, talks about the importance of diet and nutrition. Next, personal trainer Kevin Baird explains the best ways to get fit for the new year. Finally, learn how to build confidence and put your best foot forward from Mark Will, the Owner of Dale Carnegie Training of Detroit, and Performance Coach Kourtney Wilczewski.

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Street Beat: Eating DisordersThis week on “Street Beat”, host Lisa Germani discusses eating disorders, their causes, diagnoses and treatments. Her guests include Leon Judd, President of the Metro chapter of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness; Michael Weinberger, the founder of “A Plan For Living”; Dr. Gary Katz, a general surgeon for St. John Providence Weight Loss; Jacquelyn K. Smiertka, a Registered Nurse and the Program Director of Beyond Change: Living a Healthy Life After Obesity Surgery; and Tracy Strieter, the Wellness and Business Development Coordinator for Medical Weight Loss Clinic.
Michigan State Police Fitness ChallengeThe Michigan State Police is inviting YOU to participate in a fitness challenge Saturday, February 17, 2018, TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Come join MSP for a day of health, fitness, and family FUN! Matt Yurus reports.

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