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Stateside: Survivors of UM doctor’s abuse speak; an “epic swim” across Lake MI; equitable schools

Back of a school bus
Shayla Griffin discusses how to make this very strange school year work for the state’s most vulnerable students.";

Today on Stateside, a highlight of Michigan Radio's deep dive into the many allegations of sexual abuse at the hands of University of Michigan's Dr. Robert Anderson. Plus, the case for paying parents to stay home and take care of kids. And, a group of friends swam 54 miles across Lake Michigan.

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Robert Anderson's survivors are seeking justice from the university that ignored them for decades

Stateside’s conversation with Anna Clark

  • Anna Clark is a reporter for Michigan Radio covering the sexual abuse reports of former University of Michigan physician, Robert Anderson.

54 miles, 21 hours, 6 friends, and an “epic swim” across Lake Michigan

Stateside’s conversation with Jon Ornée

Jon Ornée and five of his friends swam 54 miles across Lake Michigan, relay style.

The case for paying parents to stay home, and other uncomfortable truths about the 2020 school year

Stateside’s conversation with Shayla Griffin

Shayla Griffin is the Co-founder and facilitator for Justice Leaders Collaborative, a consultancy based in Dexter that helps educators with equity work.

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