President Obama Addresses the Nation on Immigration President Obama will address the nation tonight at 5pm from the White House to unveil executive actions on immigration. KCRW will carry live anchored special coverage hosted by NPR's Melissa Block that will include the President's speech and analysis.
'Going There': 3 Prominent Detroit Natives Reflect On The 1967 Riot In 1967, more than 150 riots erupted across the country. But one in particular seemed to consume the national conversation: Detroit. Three prominent Detroit figures share their stories from that time.
Jessica Hernandez On Her New Motor City Sound For her latest project, the Detroit native wrote a double album in both English and Spanish. It's a nod to the sounds of her city and to the cultures of her Cuban dad and Mexican-American mom.
Words You'll Hear: 'Collusion' Donald Trump Jr. and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort agreed to meet privately with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee this week. Michel Martin talks to NPR Politics' Geoff Bennett.
With New Security Measures, Tensions Remain High In Jerusalem's Old City After attackers killed two police officers at a site holy to both Muslims and Jews, Israel installed metal detectors, setting off protests and violence. Israel is now considering alternative security.
Defense Attorney For Police In 'Algiers Motel Shooting': 'Am I A Soulless Person?' Norman Lippitt defended Detroit police officers after the 1967 death of three black men, in what's known as the Algiers Motel shooting. NPR's Michel Martin discusses the case with Lippitt.
Barbershop: The Ghosts Of Detroit's Past Journalists Lester Graham and Rochelle Riley, along with Detroit's chief storyteller Aaron Foley, join host Michel Martin to break down the story of Detroit's renewal, decades after the 1967 uprising.
Before 'The Blind Pig' Raid, What Sparked The Detroit Uprising NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Congressman John Conyers Jr. about his role in the 1967 Detroit Uprising, and what its legacy on the city is today.
Kathryn Bigelow's 'Detroit' Revisits An American Tragedy: The Algiers Motel Incident During the Detroit riots, three young black men were killed by white police officers at the Algiers Motel. The year was 1967, but Bigelow says, "It feels very much like it's today."
Detroit Postcard: Empty Promises Post Rebellion Pat Watts of Detroit was 16 years old during the uprising of 1967. She reflects on the fears she felt at that time. What started as a rebellion for equality became unfulfilled promises by leaders.
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