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Stateside: Breakthrough cases; podcast features Flint creatives; marking the 1821 Treaty of Chicago

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Today on Stateside, making sense of breakthrough COVID-19 cases. Then, a chat with podcaster and lifelong Flint resident Rayvon Taylor, whose episodes reflect a new vibe in Flint. And, we talk about the 200th anniversary of a treaty that changed the story of several tribal communties in Michigan.

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State report: Delta on the rise in Michigan; vaccines effective despite breakthrough cases

Stateside's conversation with Sarah Cwiek.

  • Sarah Cwiek is a reporter with Michigan Radio.

A pipeline to better data: Tracking COVID through wastewater

Stateside's conversation with Kevin Bakker and Shreya Mullapudi

  • Kevin Bakker is an assistant research scientist at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health.
  • Shreya Mullapudi is a research laboratory specialist at UM’s School of Public Health.

The podcast tracking Flint’s creative spark across art, business, food, and more

Stateside's conversation with Rayvon Taylor

Tribes remember 1821 treaty that changed their lives, and shaped Michigan as we know it

Stateside's conversation with John Shagonaby

  • John Shagonaby is governmental affairs officer for the Gun Lake Tribe.
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