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PBS Books, in collaboration with DPTV, is pleased to host an important conversation about “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” with Filmmakers Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Peña, along with executive producer Juanita Anderson and attorney/activist Jim Shimoura. The conversation is moderated by Bill Kubota, a Senior Producer at Detroit Public Television’s One Detroit.
The Michigan Learning Channel’s 8-week program encourages kids to “Learn, Do, and Explore” with literacy and math lessons, hands-on science and fitness activities, career exploration, and virtual field trips. Find videos, fun activity books, and more to keep preschool to 6th-grade students engaged in learning.
- 6/28/22: American Black Journal – Gospel Music in the Black Churchon June 28, 2022
American Black Journal's "Black Church in Detroit" series takes a look at the history of negro spiritual folksongs and gospel music in the Black Church. Producer AJ Walker learns more about how gospel music grew out of negro spirituals created by enslaved Africans. Then, host Stephen Henderson hears about the connection between gospel and blues music. Plus, a look at some of the past gospel performances featured on the show. Read Now at One Detroit.
- Water test: a long history and hopeful future of human impact on Great Lakes ecologyon June 28, 2022
This article was republished here with permission from Great Lakes Echo. By Kurt Williams, Great Lakes Echo Editor’s note: This is the last in a series of stories about profound ecological changes that test our ability to manage the Great Lakes. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- 6/27/22: One Detroit – ‘Detroit ’67,’ DSO 2022-2023 Season, Cuban Pianist Chucho Valdes, BAIRA Performanceon June 27, 2022
This week, One Detroit Arts & Culture shares the story of Dominique Morisseau's "Detroit '67" play, based on the Detroit 1967 riots. Then, WRCJ Producer/host Peter Whorf talks with Detroit Symphony Orchestra President/CEO Erik Ronmark about the symphony's 2022-2023 season lineup. Plus, a look back at WRCJ host Linda Yohn's interview with Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes ahead of the Detroit Jass Festival in September. Read Now at One Detroit.