Host Roxanne Steele from 97.1 AMP Radio goes back to school on this week’s Street Beat to discover helping children with the basic necessities as well as those providing educational enrichment.

Her first guest is Ngum Suh, sister of Detroit Lion Ndamukong Suh and President of the Ndamukong Suh Family Foundation, who talks about the 90 Backpack project, Camp Suh, and other programs to help Detroit children.

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Then the Blessings in a Backpack sends food home each weekend to help children from low income families.  Kellie McDonald, Program Director of the Lake Orion Chapter, explains the details.

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Next, Michigan Science Center Traveling Program Director Of Education Julie Johnson and Outreach Coordinator Charles Gibson explain how the Michigan Science Center Traveling Program brings science to the students.

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Finally, the Education Achievement Authority Chancellor Dr. John Covington discusses how the EEA is helping children receive a higher quality education.

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Tune in to Street Beat Sundays at 12:30 p.m. on CW50.

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