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Stateside: COVID-19 outbreaks in schools; Yemeni Americans in Michigan; music pioneer Wendy Carlos

Philippe Bout
As students return to the classroom, COVID-19 outbreaks are on the rise.

Today on Stateside, the Yemeni community in Hamtramck recently marched with Detroit Will Breathe protesters through the city and into Detroit. We spoke with an editor of the Yemeni American News about the community and their role in the protests. Plus, a new biography about Wendy Carlos, the woman who changed electronic music and reset the boundaries for composition.

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Both colleges and secondary schools see COVID-19 outbreaks as students return to the classroom

Stateside’s conversation with Ron French

  •   Ron French covers education for Bridge Michigan.

Recruited by Ford a century ago, Michigan's Yemeni community has come into its own

Stateside’s conversation with Brian Stone

  •   Brian Stone is the English Language editor for Yemeni American News

A bite out of Michigan's bounty: the Zestar apple

Stateside's conversation with Noah Ovshinsky

  • Noah Ovshinsky is news director of Wisconsin Public Radio, a native Michigander, and an apple farmer. 

The trans woman who switched on synths for American ears: new biography of Wendy Carlos

Stateside’s conversation with Amanda Sewell

  •   Amanda Sewell is the author of "Wendy Carlos: A Biography" and the music director of Interlochen Public Radio
  • Support for arts and cultural coverages comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs

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