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Stateside: PPP loans by race; a more equitable service industry, future for state’s juvenile lifers

Tim Mossholder

Today on Stateside, we break down who received loans federal Paycheck Protection Program loans in Metro Detroit, and who was left out. Plus, a conversation with Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel about how the state will handle the new U.S.  Supreme Court ruling on juvenile lifers. And, a conversation with a Detroit chef, food activist, and contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef about sharing stories through food.

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White neighborhoods received PPP loans at twice the rate of Latino communities in metro Detroit

Stateside’s conversation with Nisa Khan and Tyler Scott

  • Nisa Khan is a data reporter at Michigan Radio.
  • Tyler Scott is a reporter and weekend host at Michigan Radio.

Fresh off Top Chef, Kiki Louya talks about a more equitable service industry

Stateside's conversation with Kiki Louya

  • Kiki Louya is a chef, writer, food activist and restaurant consultant. She co-founded Folk Cafe and Market and The Farmer's Hand.

Reclaiming maple sugaring on an Anishinaabek farm

Sierra Clark reports

  • Sierra Clark is an Indigenous affairs reporter with the Traverse City Record-Eagle.

What will the state do with the revised SCOTUS ruling on juvenile lifers?

Stateside’s conversation with Dana Nessel

  • Dana Nessel is the attorney general of Michigan. 
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