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Stateside: Friday, July 29, 2022

Today on Stateside, a lawyer from ACLU of Michigan explained yesterday's decision from the Michigan Supreme Court that extends civil rights protections to LGBTQ people. Then, a conversation about how the state has made it considerably harder for foster youth to earn their high school diplomas. We took a trip to a Pride celebration at a renaissance festival. And finally, the couple behind the popular horror movie podcast and Youtube channel Dead Meat joined us to talk Michigan's special place in the horror genre.

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  • Jay Kaplan, ACLU Michigan staff attorney
  • Erin Einhorn, NBC News national reporter based in Detroit
  • Kayla Goshay, foster youth advocate
  • Anna Spidel, Stateside production assistant
  • Chelsea Rebbeca co-host of Dead Meat, a podcast and YouTube channel
  • James A. Janisse, co-host of Dead Meat, a podcast and YouTube channel
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