This week on Street Beat host Roxanne Steele, from 98.7 AMP Radio, profiles several local groups who are helping Michigan become more diverse by offering education and legal assistance for the state’s immigrants.

But first, Alexander Harvilla from Beyond the Bar and David Wait from Motor City Pride are telling us how Detroit is celebrating more than 25 years of LGBT pride this month with an “artistic” spin.

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Next, Commissioner Carlos Alvarado from the Hispanic Latino Commission stops by to explain how his group is helping the state government is working to ensure civil rights for Hispanic and Latino citizens.

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Then, Alejandro Morales and Micah Nelson from the Coalition For Tuition Equality explain how they are fighting for equal tuition for minority students.

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Finally, Immigration Lawyers Sufen and Daniel Hilf, from Hilf & Hilf, PLC., are here to discuss how the process for becoming a U.S. Citizen can be a daunting task without the right legal help.

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