Southfield (CW50) – On this week’s STREET BEAT, host Lisa Germani learns how helping hands are making a positive push for the future of Detroit. First, she talks with Christopher Holton, President and Co-founder of Kids Today Leaders Tomorrow about how they are assisting youth in their community.

Christopher Holton, Co-Founder of Kids Today Leaders Tomorrow, and Charles Clark Jr, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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Then, we exit the studio and travel to Little Grace Village to meet with CEO and Pastor Kent W. Clark to see how Grace Centers of Hope is helping people transition to the next positive chapter in their lives.

Pastor Kent Clark, CEO of Grace Centers of Hope (Credit: Paul Pytlowany/CW50)

Next, Patrice S. Johnson, Executive Director of Boys Hope Girls Hope, joins us back in the studio to tell us how they are removing barriers to provide youth greater opportunities.

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Patrice S. Johnson, Executive Director of Boys Hope Girls Hope Detroit, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

And lastly, we meet Obstetrician and Gynecologist Dr. Deborah Charfoos, M.D., a full-time doctor involved in two community initiatives focused on improving the well-being of everyone in the Metro Detroit community.

Dr. Deborah Charfoos M.D., with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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Watch STREET BEAT Saturday at 8:30am on CW50