On this week’s “Street Beat,” we honor 60 years of Berry Gordy’s Motown empire as Lisa Germani travels to Hitsville USA’s Studio A where it all began.

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Street Beat: Motown 60th Anniversary WeekendOn this week’s “Street Beat,” we honor 60 years of Berry Gordy’s Motown empire as Lisa Germani travels to Hitsville USA’s Studio A where it all began.
Street Beat: Down Syndrome AwarenessOn this week’s Street Beat, Lisa Germani helps to spread awareness for Down Syndrome that affects 1 in every 700 babies nationwide.
Street Beat: Suicide Prevention and Anti-BullyingOn this week’s Street Beat, Amyre Makupson helps to tackle two tough subjects: Suicide prevention and anti-bullying.
Street Beat: Autism AwarenessOn this week’s Street Beat, Amyre Makupson helps us to understand the Autism Spectrum and promote awareness.
Street Beat: Back-To-School 2019On this week’s Street Beat, April Moss gets us ready to head back to school with some tips and tricks to help us all prepare for the 2019 academic year.
Versetta Brown-Eaddy Shares Her Story of Living With Sickle Cell DiseaseVersetta Brown-Eaddy shares more of her story living with Sickle Cell on this CW50 Web Exclusive.
Street Beat: Sickle CellOn this week’s Street Beat, Amyre Makupson helps to spread awareness about Sickle Cell Disease that is affecting over 100,000 people in the United States.
Street Beat: Detroit ImprovementsOn this week’s “Street Beat,” host Lisa Germani learns how Detroit’s people and places are growing inside and out.
Street Beat: Crime and Cyber SafetyOn this week’s Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson learns how to be safer in this technology filled world.

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Street Beat: Small Businesses in DetroitWith Detroit's job market evolving, “Street Beat” host April Moss learns how small businesses are thriving in Detroit.
Street Beat: NAACP National ConventionJoin Amyre Makupson as she gets a preview into the 2019 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s Detroit Convention and Career fair.
Street Beat: StrengthOn this edition of “Street Beat” our host Lisa Germani learns a whole new meaning for strength.
Street Beat: Detroit HistoryOn this week's Street Beat, April Moss helps us to learn all about the importance of history and culture in Detroit. How are people preserving it and promoting it to today’s communities?
CW50 Street Team Hits Up The Hour Detroit PartyThe CW50 Street Team stopped by the Hour Detroit Party.
Street Beat: EmploymentOn this week’s “Street Beat” host Amyre Makeupson learns what it takes to get employed in today's career field.
Street Beat: Summer SafetyOn this week’s Street Beat, April Moss learns the summer safety tips that will blow last year’s summer out of the water.
Street Beat: Father's DayOn this week’s “Street Beat” host April Moss learns what is needed to be a dad from a couple of organizations helping to strengthen the Detroit dad community.
Street Beat: DiversityOn this week’s Street Beat, Amyre Makupson takes us on a journey as we learn about diversity and inclusion from organizations in the metro Detroit area.
Street Beat: TransportationOn this week's Street Beat, Amyre Makeupson talks to various organizations around Detroit to bring us up to speed on transportation and the state of our roads this summer.
Street Beat: Exclusive with Kirk GibsonThis week on Street Beat, Lisa Germani sits down for an exclusive interview with the legendary Detroit Tigers Baseball Player Kirk Gibson to discuss his career highlights, legacy and new battle with Parkinson's disease.
Street Beat: RescuesThis week on “Street Beat," Host Lisa Germani speaks with two animal rescue organizations about the programs in place to support abused animals. She also interviews the Founder of two children's shelters, created to provide foster youth a place to heal and find hope for the future.
Susan G. Komen Race for the CureThe CW50 Street team talked with organizers and participates at the 2019 Race of the Cure.
Street Beat: Spring and Mother's DayThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with representatives from various organizations and destinations for spring family outings and last minute Mother's Day celebration ideas.
Street Beat: Fighting for a CauseThis week on Street Beat, Amyre Makupson speaks with various organizations dedicated to fighting cancer and identifying the toxins in our environment which contribute to these diseases.
Street Beat: Parkinson's AwarenessThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with various organizations and three Parkinson's disease patients to learn more about their struggle to find a cure.
Street Beat: Earth DayThis week on “Street Beat," host Amyre Makupson speaks with various organizations dedicated to environmental sustainability and learns about their individual programs created to keep our planet clean and green.
Street Beat: Autism MattersThis week on “Street Beat”, host April Moss speaks with various non-profit organizations and therapy clinics across Metro Detroit which provide resources for individuals and their families on the Autism Spectrum.
Street Beat: The Importance of ReadingThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson speaks with various non-profit organizations, and individuals dedicated to promoting and encouraging the importance of reading in our community.
Bookstock is Back at Laurel ParkThe CW50 Street Team heads to Laurel Park for this year's Bookstock.

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