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Stateside: Tuesday, May 21, 2024

On this episode of Stateside, we learned details on how the University of Michigan used law enforcement wearing full riot gear to clear a protest encampment at dawn this morning. The encampment had been going for roughly a month. One of the students leading the protest explained what happened and what the goals of the student protest are. Then, we heard a Lake Michigan inspired love story that almost seems too good to be true. We closed the show speaking with a Michigan author whose latest murder mystery takes us to post WWII Paris and a young Julia Child.

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  • Tracy Samilton, Michigan Public reporter
  • Salma Hamamy, president of Safe UM, Students Allied for Freedom and Equality
  • Dan Wanschura, host of Interlochen Public Radio's podcast Points North
  • Aja Simpson, producer and podcast host with Out There
  • Colleen Cambridge, Michigan author of the newly released novel “A Murder Most French”
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