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Street Beat: Empowering Young WomenIn recognition of Women’s History Month, Street Beat host Lisa Germani reaches out to four organizations helping young women overcome obstacles in their lives. First, Jo-Anne Woodard, Chief Operating Officer at Don Bosco Hall, discusses their educational, leadership and support services to female delinquent youth. Then, Yatesha Robinson, Director of Social Work and Middle School Programming from Girls Group, explains how they support and encourage low income teens to continue their high school education. Then, Chrysantha Norwood, the Metro Detroit Organizer for GirlTrek: the largest public health nonprofit for African-American women, talks about her group’s mission and outreach. Finally, Cynthera McNeill from S.A.V.E.T.H.EM. (Stomping Away Various Epidemics by Teaching Health Education and Mentoring) joins us to share information about the upcoming Youth Step Show and Resource Fair that is fighting preventative diseases in teens.
Valenti and Foster - Would you rather get blown out than lose like Kentucky did Sunday?Mike and Terry discuss
Karsch and Anderson - The NFL Draft is a month away, who do you want the Lions to draft?If you had to pick now, who should the Lions draft at 21?
Making a Murderer - ExposedDr. Phil talks with defense attorney Jerry Buting, former prosecutor Ken Kratz, and co-lead investigator Tom Fassbender and reveals details viewers never saw in the series that may leave you questioning who really killed Teresa.
Michigan Matters: The Boom In Small BusinessThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain explores the boom in small business in Michigan with Pat Chatman, director of Workforce and Professional Development at Henry Ford College. Then the Roundtable of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson; Larry Herriman, Interim Executive Director, Macomb-OU Incubator; and Charlie Beckham - Group Executive in Charge of Neighborhoods for city of Detroit; talk business, politics, and more.
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