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Stateside 6.20.2018

Today on Stateside, we hear from a pair of Michigan foster parents who have opened up their home to three migrant children separated from their parents. Plus, a former paralympian wants to bring her passion for ballroom dancing to other dancers using wheelchairs. 

To hear individual interviews, click here or see below: 

After 20 months, Wendell Brown still languishes in Chinese prison

Seventy-five years ago, a deadly race riot broke out on Belle Isle

“Father of the typewriter” was a Michigander who forever changed the way we communicate

Michigan paralympian works to make ballroom dancing to be accessible for everyone

What it's like to be a foster parent for separated migrant kids
As Trump signs executive order, dozens of migrant children wait in Michigan foster care

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