The Craig Fahle Show

Podcast for Wednesday September 26, 2012

Wednesday September 26, 2012

On today's show, Craig speaks with Herman Cain about his new organization, Job Creators Solutions. Herman partnered with Home Depot founder Bernie Marcus to create the new organization which aims to provide employers with the necessary tools to educate employees about policies that can effect profitability and success. Craig speaks with Community Activists Sumeet Dang and Kartav Patel about their grassroots movement that takes people to register to vote. Craig welcomes Tahirih Ziegler, Executive Director for Detroit LISC and Tina Brooks, Exec Vice President for National LISC in studio to discuss investments in Detroit, efforts to champion community safety initiatives, the creation of access to quality education and successful foreclosure prevention programs. Craig speaks with Kimberly Hill Knott, Policy Manager at Detroiters for Environmental Justice, Sandra Yu, Senior Manager of Strategic Initiatives at Detroiters for Environmental Justice, Vincent Martin, Executive Director at Human Synergy Works, and Simone Sagovac, Program Manager for Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision about the environmental issues facing Detroit. Craig speaks with Journalist Daniel Denvir about two recent articles he wrote for The Atlantic Cities. The articles take a look at immigration in Detroit, specifically in Dearborn and the Mexicantown neighborhood in Southwest Detroit. Craig speaks with Kimberly Bryant, the founder of Black Girls Code, to discuss her unique organization and an upcoming programming and technology workshop taking place this Saturday (Sept. 29) at Wayne State University. Oakland University will be hosting a conference on stem cell biology and research on October 5-7. Craig speaks with Dr. Rasul Chaudhry, Co-Director of OU's Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine and lead organizer of the conference, about what to expect at the conference and the future of stem cell research. Also, The Metro Times drops by for their weekly segment.

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