Pancakes & Politics
CBS 62’s ‘Michigan Matters’ Exclusive: The CEOs Sound Off About The Media, Talent Gap, Black Business
What did Matt Moroun have to say about the media’s coverage of his family’s vast business holdings including the Ambassador Bridge and downtown Detroit train station?
Pancakes & Politics is Back for 2015. WWJ-AM is pleased to be a sponsor of the series. Find out more about the April 16, 2015 event.
Finding solutions to the daunting challenges facing Detroit Public Schools and other embattled districts was the hot topic at the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” sold-out forum held at the Detroit Athletic Club.
The Michigan Chronicle’s purpose is to tell the stories of the African American community and stories of the greater Detroit area that make an impact with that community.
Gov. Rick Snyder brought giant rocks with him — from potholes found on area roads — as he took to the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” stage and talked about why he was supporting Proposal 1.
Gov. Rick Snyder will take to the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” stage this Thursday at the Detroit Athletic Club to talk about the latest impacting the city, the region, the state.
‘Michigan Matters’ Exclusive: Talk Of Race, The Motor City And DPS Highlights Michigan Chronicle’s ‘Pancakes And Politics’
There was a lot more than flapjacks being served up at the Michigan Chronicle’s first “Pancakes and Politics” forum of the 2015 season as the Detroit-focused panel engaged in heated conversation over race.
News that Chrysler Corp. just named six new board members and all were white men went over like a lead balloon at the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” forum.
WATCH Michigan Matters Exclusive: Gays, Minorities Vital To Detroit’s Future CEOs Tell “Pancakes And Politics” Crowd
It was talk of Detroit’s revival and inclusion of gays and minorities that were among topics discussed with four high profile CEOs at the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” forum.
Gov. Snyder talks Detroit, Emergency Manager, education and more at the Michigan Chronicle’s political forum.