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Stateside: One family’s vaccine story; Detroit’s cultural past and future; MI GOP and militias

Emma Winowiecki

Today on Stateside, a firsthand look at one Detroit family’s vaccine experience. Plus, a new short film takes on Detroit’s Motown past and the artists shaping its future. And, how Michigan’s GOP leaders are grappling the state’s growing militia movement.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

Thoughts of getting vaccinated have some Detroiters a “bit anxious”

Stateside’s conversation with Erin Allen

  • Erin Allen is a producer with Stateside.

Short film captures links between Motown and modern music in Detroit

Stateside’s conversation with Imani Mixon and Margot Bowman

  • Imani Mixon is a freelance writer. She is the host and creative consultant for the film Showing Up Showing Out.
  • Margot Bowman is a filmmaker and creative director of the film Showing Up Showing Out.

State GOP, local groups, and lawmakers fight over heart and soul of the party

Stateside's conversation with Ken Sikkema and Zach Gorchow

  • Ken Sikkema is a former Republican majority leader in the Michigan Senate.
  • Zach Gorchow is the executive editor publisher of Gongwer News Service in Lansing.
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