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May 5, 2021
A Star in Public and in Private
On this episode of FedRadioDetroit, co-hosts Sam Dubin and Beverly Liss welcome the iconic Florine Mark into the (virtual) studio to talk about her career as a successful businesswoman and a lifetime of helping others.
April 5, 2021
A (School) Day in the Life
Co-host Sam Dubin takes us inside the halls of Hillel Day School, then he and co-host Beverly Liss welcome Dr. Darin Katz, Hillel’s Head of School, to the virtual studio to take it all in.
March 3, 2021
The Ultimate Entrepreneur
On this episode of FedRadioDetroit, co-hosts Sam Dubin and Beverly Liss welcome Shimon Levy to the virtual studio.
January 29, 2021
Figuring Out a Way Forward
On this episode of FedRadioDetroit, co-hosts Sam Dubin and Beverly Liss welcome Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin to the virtual studio.
November 19, 2020
Is this time different?
Pastor Aramis Hinds and Rabbi Ariana Silverman continue their ongoing conversations about race, religion, community and equality on this month’s episode of FedRadioDetroit.
November 4, 2020
The “Now” Normal
FedRadioDetroit host Sam Dubin welcomed Paul Blatt, CEO of JVS, into the virtual studio this month to share how the agency has pivoted their work and evolved their services to meet the needs of the community during COVID-19.
October 5, 2020
Optimism is a Jewish Value
On this month’s episode of FedRadioDetroit, Sam Dubin and Beverly Liss welcomed a true community all-star into the virtual studio, Hannan Lis, a leader in both the business and not-for-profit worlds.
August 13, 2020
A Commitment to Justice
Jay Kaplan always knew he was going to become an attorney. He also always knew he wanted to do something to help people. “I knew that my niche was in the area of social justice,” he notes in his recent interview on the FedRadioDetroit podcast. “The whole trajectory of my career has been doing public interest law.”
July 22, 2020
Nourishment for All
With increased unemployment, newfound financial hardships and economic uncertainty at an all-time high, shining a spotlight on Yad Ezra, one of the community’s most essential sources of help and hope, was an obvious choice for FedRadioDetroit this month. Yad Ezra is Metro Detroit’s kosher food pantry, serving the community for over 30 years.
June 11, 2020
It’s Not Goodbye, Just L’hitraot
FedRadioDetroit welcomed Nina Yahalomi Klevitsky, JAFI’s shlicha (emissary) assigned to the Detroit Jewish community, into the socially distant studio this month for a farewell and reflection on her time here in Detroit. Nina arrived three years ago with her husband and two little girls. She leaves with one new family member (a son), countless connections and priceless memories.
May 20, 2020
Taking Care of Our Community During COVID-19 – Body & Soul
FedRadioDetroit sounds a little different this month. And why shouldn’t it? Everything is different – from the way we grocery shop, to the way we worship, to the way we receive medical care, to the way we record a podcast. This month’s guests have become experts in the new normal that is the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 5, 2020
Come Full Circle
In FedRadio’s fourth episode, Carolyn Bellinson speaks about Brilliant Detroit, the non-profit she co-founded with her husband Jim. Brilliant Detroit works with families to address issues of early childhood literacy in Detroit neighborhoods.