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Michigan Matters: Coding the Future and GM’s DownsizingAs Grand Circus Detroit celebrates its sixth year of helping people learn computer coding, the need for such skills is greater than ever as people look to retool their careers following more layoffs in the Motor City.
Michigan Matters: Thanksgiving OrganizationsCarol Cain talks with three organizations helping people in need this holiday season. First she talks with Chris Perry, Chief Development and Marketing Officer, United Way For Southeastern Michigan, which helps many thousands across Metro Detroit each year with food, clothing, shelter and more. Then Cain talks with Rev. Faith Fowler, Executive Director, Cass Community Social Services, which is a catalyst for helping Detroiters in need by proving shelter, food, education and more. Finally, Cain talks with Ryan Lepper, CEO, Central City Integrated Health, which is helping the most vulnerable citizens including veterans in central Detroit by providing mental health services, affordable living, transportation and food.
Michigan Matters: Organizations Helping This Holiday SeasonCentral City Integrated Health’s CEO Ryan Lepper talked about creating new housing opportunities for the city’s most vulnerable residents with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of CBS 62’s MICHIGAN MATTERS.
Michigan Matters: Going One-on-One with Detroit Lions President Rod WoodWith the NFL season halfway over, Detroit Lions President Rod Wood sat down with MICHIGAN MATTERS Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain in an exclusive conversation to discuss this season, the weeks ahead and the big game on Thanksgiving Day against the Chicago Bears (which airs on CBS 62).
Michigan Matters: A Celebration of Veterans Day, Wrap Up Election 2018Ninety-seven-year-old Retired Army Staff Sgt. William C. Brown, a World War II veteran, joined Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain on MICHIGAN MATTERS and talked about his time serving our nation.
Michigan Matters: Election 2018 Winds Down, Judge Mathis Holds CourtThe eyes of the nation are on Michigan as voters here head to the polls Tuesday to elect a new governor, attorney general, secretary of state and numerous other jobs as well as decide on proposals including legalizing recreational marijuana.