"One Detroit" Premier

"One Detroit," a show from Detroit Public TV committed to bringing people of metro Detroit in-depth, unbiased, and trusted coverage, premiered on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at Common Pub in Detroit. The show features Christy McDonald, managing editor of "One Detroit," Stephen Henderson of American Black Journal and WDET’s "Detroit Today," and Nolan Finley of The Detroit News.


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