Pancakes & Politics
‘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.
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.
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.
Gov. Rick Snyder came to office talking about reinventing Michigan and change has become his mantra.
As the city that put the world on wheels regroups to find a new future — one lined with jobs and new opportunities — what’s ahead?
On this week’s Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain brings you all the highlights from the fourth and final “Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics” breakfast forum.
The founder of the rapidly growing Detroit tech staffing company tells a business forum that she thinks Duggan could still win
A meeting of the so-called “Big Four” metro Detroit leaders is known to draw a crowd, but it was an unexpected sign that stole the show Thursday.