Implicit bias training for healthcare workers; Trump wants school to be in person

The governor is mandating implicit bias training for healthcare workers. It's designed to address the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has had the minority community. In Part 2, the push to get students back in the classroom for in-person learning, despite the pandemic. President Trump threatening to withhold federal money if it doesn't happen. But is it safe?

Merits of Facial Recognition, Online Learning

This weekend on Let it Rip, Kym Worthy is in the hot seat, answering your questions about facial recognition software, tearing down Confederate-Era statues, and the needs of the Wayne County Prosecutors Office. And -- should the cost of remote learning change? A student and college board member debate.

Detroit police facial recognition software under fire; COVID-19 numbers flare

A man was falsely arrested based on facial recognition technology. Is it time to pull the plug or look for ways to make it better. Panel: Retired DPD Assistant Chief Steve Dolunt, Retired Judge Vonda Evans and Detroit City Councilwoman Mary Sheffield. ALSO: COVID-19 numbers on the rise in the state. Panel: Dr. Adam Rosh.

Erasing History, or Paving the Way?

This weekend on Let it Rip, we speak with the Warren Police Commissioner, and a local activist, about what needs to change following the arrest of a black Amazon driver by a white officer, that some considered excessive. And -- as Confederate-era statues tumble across the nation -- are we erasing history, or paving the way for new growth? We debate.

The death of George Floyd, rise of protests in Detroit and across the US

Protesters are marching together against racism and for the first time we're even seeing police officers kneeling.Can we heal a wounded nation? Part 1 Ralph Godbee, former Detroit police chief, Dr. Danielle McGuire, MSU Professor and Author, Kristina Karamo, Oakland County GOP. Part 2 Stefan Perez, teen protest organizer, Activist and Pastor Maurice Hardwick and Mary Sheffield, Detroit City Council President Pro-tem.

Death of George Floyd sparks racial unrest, Mitch Albom on COVID-19 and the new normal

In the first segment a large panel examines the George Floyd death at the hands of Minneapolis police with former Detroit Police Chief Ike McKinnon, retired Detroit Police Assistant Chief Steve Dolunt and Rev. Wendell Anthony of the NAACP. The second segment features Mitch Albom of the Detroit Free Press who talks about the changes on society that COVID-19 will leave.