National Day of Racial Healing
Watch TRHT Kalamazoo's National Day of Racial Healing event.
Dorla Bonner reflects after one year as Kalamazoo’s Director of Diversity Equity and Inclusion
Before taking on a leadership role in diversity, equity and inclusion for the city of Kalamazoo, Bonner had a plan, which would eventually lead to hard conversations about race. She certainly didn’t expect to dive into these conversations so soon after entering the position. After George Floyd’s murder, those conversations couldn’t wait. Click here to read more.
Public Media Network Acts on Need for Narrative Change
Public Media Network Partners with Douglass Community Center and Kalamazoo Eastside Neighborhood Association for Narrative Change
Oshtemo Township plans 35-acre land purchase to open the Fruit Belt Trail to the public
Oshtemo Township has 122 acres of land dedicated to parks and recreation. This includes Flesher Field Park, Oshtemo Township Park, Drake Farmstead Park, and Grange Hall and Playground.
Public Media Network launches initiatives focused on media reflective of our community
Public Media Network is the recipient of three major grant awards supporting the organization’s ongoing work towards Narrative Change in Kalamazoo County.
How will Kalamazoo's updated Natural Features Protection district effect residents on the map?
The Kalamazoo City Commission approved a Natural Features Protection overlay district in May 2019, including over 300 parcels with existing natural features agreed worthy of preservation. A year later, the Natural Features Protection (NFP) Review Board is updating the map to include over 500 more parcels in the overlay district.
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