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Stateside: Monday, June 17, 2024

On today's Stateside, we learned about a hyper-focused urban renewal program that focuses on specific, do-able projects for community neighborhoods. Then, we listened back to a conversation with the co-founder of Plucky Comics, which highlights historical, Black, LGBTQ persons who are not typically found in history books. After that, we heard how Muskegon is becoming a port destination for Great Lakes cruise ships. We concluded the show with a visit to the Motown Museum in Detroit. The museum continues with it's decade long improvement process.

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  • Andrew Buendia, Communications Director, Urban Acupuncture, and a volunteer for Rescue MI Nature Now
  • Brodrick Wilks, Treasurer, Urban Acupuncture.
  • Nathan Alston, co-founder, Plucky Comics
  • Cindy Larson, President of the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce
  • Sarah Cwiek, Detroit reporter and producer for Michigan Public
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