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Stateside: Friday, April 1, 2022

Today on Stateside, Colin Kaepernick will serve as the honorary captain for the University of Michigan football team during their scrimmage on Saturday. We talked about why that's a big deal. Also, filmmaker and Monroe native Nate Thompson talked about learning his craft during the pandemic. Plus, a look at looks at the role dams play in protecting native species. And to top it all off, a cocktail to kick off your weekend right!

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  • John Niyo, sports columnist, Detroit News
  • Lester Graham, Environment Report reporter, Michigan Radio
  • Nate Thompson, filmmaker behind the short horror film The Dead Record, which premiers at the River Raisin Centre for the Arts in Monroe on April 2nd
  • Dan Wanschura, program director, Interlochen Public Radio
  • Morgan Springer, contributing editor, Interlochen Public Radio. You can find more from IPR's [Un]Natural Selection series here.
  • Taylor Wizner, reporter for Interlochen Public Radio
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