Eric Hultgren talks to Frederick Joseph who invented the Black Panther Challenge and all the amazing wins and the struggles that go along with trying to create something that takes on a life of its own.
Brielle Lesley has a gift and it is one she shares with the world, she creates songs you can feel, relate to, and touch people. Songs that leave an impact on people's lives, and that draws on ones emotions. Love songs never die, and that's the kind of music that I love to create. She spends a couple of minutes talking to Eric Hultgren about the grind and how someone makes the decision to share their gifts with the world.
Zeus Irons joins the podcast to talk about his work in the Detroit school system and how someone can figure out what their dreams are and create an environment that they can work to achieve them.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Detroit native and classically trained musician J. Cobb about his schedule, his point of view, and how he gets motivated to push himself to bigger and better things.
As Eric Hultgren digs deeper into the skills gap and this time gets some real-world advice from two students at MOISD who are thriving in a system that inspires them to be lifelong students of the industries they are excited about working in.