Stateside

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Stateside: Cornelius Fredericks’ death; Black mental health; Nessel sues DeVos over CARES funds


Today on Stateside, developments in the cases surrounding the death of 16-year-old Cornelius Fredericks at a youth facility in Kalamazoo. Also, how systemic racism impacts the mental health of Black Americans. Plus, Michigan is challenging how the U.S


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Michigan schools, international students look for "clarity and guidance" on new immigration rule


Michigan colleges and universities are scrambling to figure out what a new federal government rule means for their international students. That comes after the government’s announcement this week that the government will no longer issue student visas to


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Stateside: International students’ visas at risk; pandemic wedding planning; eavesdropping wasps


Today on Stateside , a conversation with the director of Michigan State University’s Office for International Students and Scholars about the State Department’s decision to withhold visas from international students who are enrolled in programs that won’t


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Stateside: MI’s medical chief on reopening risks; farming morels: systemic racism in health care


Michigan’s COVID-19 caseload has been on a rollercoaster for the past few weeks. We spoke with Michigan's medical director Joneigh Khaldun for an update. Plus, researchers at Michigan State University are working on cultivating the ever elusive morel


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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