Street Beat: Diversity Training In The WorkplaceOn this week’s StreetBeat, it’s Diversity Day. Amyre Makupson sits down with the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion to discuss diversity in the workplace and how their organization helps companies diversify through proper training sessions.
Street Beat: Events For a CauseThis week’s Street Beat highlights an array of individuals who serve a greater goal. From helping those diagnosed with down syndrome to those in hospice, it’s important to learn about the good that people do in our community.
Street Beat: Cancer SupportEvery year, over 12.7 million people are newly diagnosed with cancer. On this week’s Street Beat, Host Lisa Germani sits down with cancer survivors and those who seek to make the hard times easier to hear their experiences and how they championed above their diagnoses
Street Beat: Foster CareThe joy foster families can bring orphaned and disadvantaged kids is immeasurable.
Street Beat: Service Dogs and Elderly Pet Rescues
Street Beat: Living with AutismThis week, Street Beat talks with experts on Autism.
Street Beat: Opioid EpidemicThis week on Street Beat, April Moss talks with experts on the opioid crisis.
Street Beat: Ann Arbor Art FairThis week on Street Beat, our host Amyre Makupson interviews a variety of artists and executives responsible for hosting the annual Ann Arbor Art Fair.
Street Beat: Summer SafetyStreet Beat talks with experts in the area about summer safety.
Street Beat: VeteransThis week on Street Beat, we have several organizations who welcome wounded veterans home and help them adjust to life after duty.
Street Beat: Infrastructure And TransportationLisa Germani speaks with the Oakland County Water Commissioner on the quality of water in Michigan, and what we can do to improve the conditions of our lakes and rivers.
Street Beat: Lighthouse of Oakland County and BusinessThis week on Street Beat, our host Amyre Makupson explores different organizations helping families and individuals prosper in Detroit.