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Stateside: Monday, Oct. 2, 2023

On today's Stateside, an Oxford High School shooting survivor shared her reaction that the confessed shooter has been determined to be eligible to be sentenced to life without parole, Michigan's harshest sentence. Then the mother and son team behind Culantro, an expanding Peruvian inspired eatery in Southeast Michigan. Then the president of the Southwest Detroit Business Association enlightened us on how residents and businesses are deeply connected and what still needs to be done to improve the lives of the very diverse Hispanic community living there.

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  • Aubrey Greenfield, Oxford High graduate, shooting survivor, freshman at UM
  • Betty Shuell, co-owner of Culantro
  • Alvaro Herrera, co-owner of Culantro
  • Laura Chavez, Interim President and CEO of the Southwest Detroit Business Association
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