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Stateside: Monday, Sept. 19, 2022

Today on Stateside, we continued our conversation with journalist Danny Fenster about his time in a Burmese prison for reporting on the country's coup d’etat. Then, we are joined by Chalkbeat Detroit reporter Tracie Mauriello and the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Education Director Jordan E. Shananaquet to talk about how the culture and history of Michigan’s Native people are being integrated into the classroom. To wrap up the show, we discussed a new investigation from David Enrich of the New York Times about the way that Abbott and its law firm, Jones Day, used aggressive legal tactics to defeat lawsuits from families whose children

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  • Danny Fenster, journalist and Nieman Fellow at Harvard University
  • Tracie Mauriello, reporter for Chalkbeat Detroit and Bridge Michigan
  • Jordan E. Shananaquet, education director for Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians
  • David Enrich, business investigations editor at The New York Times and author of the book Servants of the Damned: Giant Law Firms, Donald Trump, and the Corruption of Justice.
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