Helping The Unbanked In Detroit; DCFC/Stars Tournament Talk; Thanksgiving Parade Will Be TV Only

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The city of Detroit – as well as cities across the nation – has an issue with residents not having bank accounts. A study by prosperity now says that almost 20% – or one in five Detroiters – do not have a bank account.

So they’re paying much higher fees at liquor stores and other places to get access to their money.

To help residents, especially young adults, get started off on the right foot, Jason Rivers joins me to talk about a new program.

Then, we check in with Fletcher Sharpe about the latest in fall tournament action with Detroit City Fc, the Michigan Stars, and looks ahead to the weekend of play.

And finally, a Detroit tradition is back, but on television only.

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