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Stateside: Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022

Today on Stateside, an investigative reporter with The New York Times discussed the recent actions of election deniers in Michigan and how the movement is affecting local election offices this cycle. Then, we heard from an artist and a curator about a new art exhibition inspired by the Flint water crisis which is taking place at three galleries across Michigan. To wrap up, we spoke with the head winemaker at Black Star Farms winery in Leelanau Peninsula to hear more about this year’s fall grape harvest.

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  • Alexandra Berzon, investigative reporter, The New York Times
  • Amber Hassan, poet, multi-disciplinary artist
  • Lee Lutes, head winemaker, Black Star Farms
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