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Stateside: Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022

Today on Stateside, Crain’s Detroit Business reporter Dustin Walsh discussed a recent surge in pediatric cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus, also known as RSV, which has caused a shortage of children’s hospital beds in Michigan. Then, a curator joined to talk about an exhibit on the history of Native American photography and photographs taken of indigenous people. Plus, we took a behind the scenes look at a pregnancy crisis center in Metro Detroit that aims to prevent abortions.

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  • Dustin Walsh, reporter, Crain’s Detroit Business
  • Lindsey Willow Smith, graduate in history and museum studies, University of Michigan and member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
  • April Baer, host, Stateside
  • April Van Buren, producer, Stateside

    [Editor's note: the original version of this story misidentified Lindsey Willow Smith as an undergraduate student at U-M. She is, in fact, a graduate as of Spring 2022. Michigan Radio regrets the error)

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