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Stateside: Friday, April 19, 2024

On this Stateside episode, we learned about a lawsuit filed by mobile home residents in federal court. The Michigan litigants claim anti-trust violations as private equity firms have been buying up trailer parks and increasing the cost of rent. Then, a Kalamazoo artist and painter discussed a recent piece that's been on display at Grosse Pointe North High School. The work has touched a nerve and sparked conversations within the affluent community. Closing the show, we followed researchers on Lake Superior who are trying to revive the population of a formerly common Great Lakes fish called the Kiyi.

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  • Rose White, economic reporter for MLive
  • Titus Kaphar, Kalamazoo artist
  • Dan Wanschura, host of Interlochen Public Radio's podcast Points North
  • Ellie Katz, producer of "The Quest for Kiyi" episode of Points North
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