Stateside

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Stateside: Reopening schools debate; systemic racism in the arts; UM athlete sexual abuse claims


Today on Stateside, Governor Gretchen Whitmer has been vocal about her decision to only reopen schools if public health officials agree it is safe. What are the discussions happening between the Governor and the Republic led legislature regarding schools


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Stateside: 10 years after Kalamazoo River oil spill; the odd life of King Strang of Beaver Island


Today on Stateside , we dig into the history of King James Jesse Strang— a self-professed mormon monarch who held court on Beaver Island. Plus, we look back on the worst oil spill into an inland waterway in US history, which took place here in Michigan.


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Stateside: Rise of ‘pandemic pods’; collective child care; landlord on racism in housing


Today on Stateside, a conversation about how childcare collectives are being modeled to fill in where our institutions are falling behind. Also, a look at housing inequality through the lens of a landlord.


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Stateside: Pandemic complicates U.S. Census; parents, teens, and smartphone trackers


Today on Stateside , while the United States Census of 2020 is still being counted, Michigan responses are higher than the national average. But some communities in the state are vulnerable to being left out of the official count, particularly amid the


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Stateside: Dingell on DHS in Portland; integrating the Boblo boats; destabilizing cycle of eviction


Today on Stateside, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell discusses the string of arrests of protestors by heavily armed agents in Portland, Oregon, and what it could mean for Michigan. Also, a conversation about how systemic racism reaches easily into the housing


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Stateside: Tax foreclosure profits; how racism shapes neighborhoods; teachers on reopening schools


Today on Stateside , a new ruling from the Michigan Supreme Court will have major implications on how counties collect money on tax foreclosed homes. As back to school season comes into view, how are teachers feeling about returning to work in uncertain


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Stateside: Abusive culture of Karolyi Ranch; advice for problems big and small


Today on Stateside , we had a conversation with Jordyn Wieber, an Olympic champion gymnast from Michigan, and one of the central figures in ESPN’s new podcast series "Heavy Medals". Plus, a new podcast from Detroit producer Zak Rosen called "The Best


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Stateside: Coaches push fans to mask up; musical homage to Paradise Valley; UM’s diversity problem


Today on Stateside, Michigan Radio Sports Commentator John U. Bacon checks in on hopes for college sports amid COVID-19. Also, a conversation with an author whose new book digs into what the University of Michigan got right and got wrong in its diversity


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Stateside: Missing homework lands student in juvenile detention; systemic racism in schools


Today on Stateside , we spoke with the reporter who broke the story about a Michigan 15-year-old who was sentenced to juvenile detention for missing homework during the coronavirus shutdown. Also, a conversation about addressing disparities in education


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Stateside: Proposal to halve Lansing PD’s budget; “Deep Cover” podcast; MI’s death penalty history


Today on Stateside , we discussed how two recent Supreme Court decisions may impact cases in Michigan. Plus, last night, Lansing City Council heard public comments on a proposal to cut police funding in the city by 50 percent over the next several years.


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