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Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Good MI news

By Ryallm - Feb 25 2020
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Put time stamps in so I can listen to relevant segments. I don’t listen to cocktail time, most sports coverage, and sometimes lengthy interviews if they aren’t of interest. April is doing a great job so far

Outstanding local focus

By ssclements - Jul 03 2014
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Thanks for the variety and depth of your reporting.

iTunes Ratings

41 Ratings
Average Ratings
24
9
4
2
2

Good MI news

By Ryallm - Feb 25 2020
Read more
Put time stamps in so I can listen to relevant segments. I don’t listen to cocktail time, most sports coverage, and sometimes lengthy interviews if they aren’t of interest. April is doing a great job so far

Outstanding local focus

By ssclements - Jul 03 2014
Read more
Thanks for the variety and depth of your reporting.
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Stateside

Latest release on Jun 27, 2020

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Rank #1: Stateside: Lack of masks; COVID separates families in U.S. and Canada; indigenous journalists

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Today on Stateside , a new initiative called the Mishigamiing Journalism Project has created six month long fellowships for Indigenous journalists at the Traverse City Record Eagle. Plus, a conversation with two Michiganders about dealing with family separation along the Canadian border. And should masks be mandatory throughout the state? (Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , or with this RSS link ) Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

Jun 27 2020

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Rank #2: Stateside: Rep. Slotkin; restaurants open while gyms stay closed; MI LGBTQ pioneer Jim Toy

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Today on Stateside, we’re checking in with the owner of a gym and personal training facility to see how he’s approaching reopening in light of an appeals court decision upholding Governor Whitmer’s order to keep gyms closed to limit the spread of COVID-19 yesterday. Also, a conversation with Jim Toy, who has been at the forefront of the fight for LGBTQ rights in Michigan for more than five decades. (Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , or with this RSS link )

Jun 26 2020

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Rank #3: Stateside: Plasma antibody treatment; growing up in era of school shootings; Detroit’s lost students

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Today on Stateside , hospitals and health workers are still looking for ways to safely interact with patients following the first COVID-19 surge in Michigan. We check in with an epidemiologist who’s researching how plasma from recovered patients might help those at high risk of infection. Plus, we continue to look at what school might look like in the fall as the governor's Return to Learn Task Force wraps up its work and recommendations next week.

Jun 25 2020

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Rank #4: Stateside: Sault Tribe chairman on Line 5; pandemic vacations; return to school plans

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Today on Stateside , recent developments with Enbridge’s Line 5 have lead Attorney General Dana Nessel to ask for a temporarily halt of operations. Tribes who live and work around the Great Lakes have had an eye on this for years. Also, Michigan’s legislators have announced funding plans for reopening K-12 schools. What will that look like? Plus, what to expect when you’re expecting to travel this summer.

Jun 23 2020

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Rank #5: Stateside: The pandemic isn’t over yet; bilingual site fills news gap; police and qualified immunity

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Today on Stateside , Michigan has experienced a drop in COVID-19 cases these past few weeks, but over the weekend, case numbers slightly increased again. We check in with an epidemiologist on how to pace yourself for a pandemic. Also, two law professors explain how legal precedents make it tough to prosecute police misconduct. Plus, the founders of a new bilingual media outlet discuss the need for more local news in Spanish.

Jun 23 2020

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Rank #6: Stateside: Rep. Brenda Lawrence; celebrating Black art; education’s role in racial inequality

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Today on Stateside , a long-time educator discussed how racism and Black history is taught in schools. Plus, a cultural arts center in Detroit that’s finding ways to survive when the economy crumbles but the mission is more important than ever. And Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence (MI-14) discussed Juneteenth, and the need for a national dialogue about reparations. (Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , or with this RSS link ) Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

Jun 19 2020

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Rank #7: Stateside: SCOTUS upholds DACA; musicians get back on stage; new Malice Green mural in Detroit

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Today on Stateside , we talk to a Detroit artist whose new mural is a monument to Malice Green and the wider community of Black citizens killed at the hands of police. Plus, two young Dreamers discuss what the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) means for them.

Jun 18 2020

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Rank #8: Stateside: Teens talk about race; Nadir Omowale on new single; schools could reopen in the fall

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Today on Stateside , Governor Gretchen Whitmer says schools should prepare for in-person instruction this fall. We’ll talk about what those plans could look like, even as the governor cautioned that things may change. We’ll also hear teenagers from Michigan Radio's newest podcast, Kids These Days , about how they are thinking and talking about race with their families. Plus, a Michigan musician and producer talks about a new song simmered in the same elements that have brought so many Americans to protest in the streets in recent weeks.

Jun 17 2020

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Rank #9: Stateside: Sinai-Grace nurses file whistleblower suit; GR activist on the push to defund the police

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Today on Stateside , a conversation with a community activist in Grand Rapids looking to defund the police and what that would entail. Plus, four nurses have filed a lawsuit against the parent company of DMC and Sinai-Grace over what they say was negligence and mismanagement that led to unnecessary COVID-19 deaths.

Jun 16 2020

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Rank #10: Stateside: SCOTUS extends LGBTQ rights; black-owned bookstore sees a surge in orders amid protests

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Today on Stateside , the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday issued a landmark decision that ruled LGBTQ people are protected from workplace discrimination under existing civil rights laws. An attorney with the ACLU of Michigan discusses the impact of the court’s decision. Also, an Ypsilanti bookstore owner talks about the recent flood of orders he and other black-owned businesses have gotten amid ongoing Black Lives Matter protests, and tells us the books he recommends for the current moment.

Jun 15 2020

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