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Stateside: Monday, July 11, 2022

On today’s show, Michigan Radio reporter Jamie Simmons talked about her recent article that highlights a community land trust designed to help Detroit residents secure affordable housing. Then, Flint musician Tunde Olaniran dished on a new exhibition at Cranbrook Art Museum that features their debut film, Made a Universe. To wrap up, two guests joined to discuss a petition that has submitted more than 750 thousand signatures to add an amendment to the Michigan state constitution enshrining abortion rights in our state.

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  • Jamie Simmons, community engagement reporter, Michigan Radio
  • Tunde Olaniran, musician and filmmaker
  • Loren Khogali, executive director, ACLU of Michigan
  • Clara Hendrickson, Report for America Corps Member, The Detroit Free Press
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