Metro Detroit students share what they believe is next for the nation after the inauguration

Metro Detroit students share what they believe is next for the nation after the inauguration
Metro Detroit students share what they believe is next for the nation after the inauguration

DETROIT – On Inauguration Day, Local 4′s Paula Tutman put together a round table of more than 30 local students. They watched the inauguration and discussed their thoughts and feelings on the historic event.

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Students joined Paula Tutman again on Friday to reflect on the history of the week and share their pride and their pain. This time, 31 students from schools across Metro Detroit discussed the inauguration, the history and what’s next.

Watch the video above for the full report.



Metro Detroit students share thoughts on historic presidential inauguration

Every presidential inauguration makes history in some way.

Wednesday’s ceremony comes at a fragile time for democracy. Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States, declaring that “democracy has prevailed.” This comes at a time when the nation is deeply divided.

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About the Authors:

Paula Tutman is an Emmy award-winning journalist who came to Local 4 in 1992. She's a Peace Corps alum who spent her early childhood living in Sierra Leone, West Africa and Tanzania and East Africa.

Kayla is a Web Producer for ClickOnDetroit. Before she joined the team in 2018 she worked at WILX in Lansing as a digital producer.