WXYZ Detroit - On Sunday, October 13, Spotlight on the News will answer the question: How can we build an honest government in Detroit and the rest of Michigan? My guests will include U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade and Michigan Chronicle Senior Editor Bankole Thompson. Both will be involved in an upcoming leadership forum addressing this important topic.
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They are two of metro Detroit's most outspoken women; retiring Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson and Free Press Columnist Rochelle Riley. On Sunday, December 8, they will discuss politics, Detroit's bankruptcy case, and the fight to improve S.E. Michigan's literacy rate.
Education, blight and bankruptcy. On Sunday, December 1, Spotlight on the News will interview Dr. Glenda Price, President of the Detroit Public Schools Foundation and a member of the Detroit Blight task Force.
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