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Stateside: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

On this Stateside program, we learned how millions of dollars in federal grants for Michigan restaurateurs during the pandemic went to businesses that did not qualify. Then, a West Michigan poet shared about his mourning process, a forthcoming new book, and his performance on the Moth Main Stage in Detroit this Friday. We concluded the show speaking with a Flint area advocate who works to help recently freed prisoners adjust to modern life.

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  • Susan Selasky, food and restaurant writer at the Detroit Free Press
  • Marcel Price, West Michigan writer, community advocate and spoken word artist
  • Tia Coles, the Trauma Recovery Center Director at Hurley Medical Center
  • Dee Dee Taylor, founder of Taylor Made Re-Entry
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