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Stateside: Detroit sewage drainage fees; Fenton’s indie record label; delta variant in MI

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Today on Stateside, Detroit's handling of sewage, and a system that’s been overwhelmed with flooding twice already this summer. Also, thoughts on this stage of the pandemic. If herd immunity is impossible, how should we change prevention plans? And the owner of Count Your Lucky Stars records tells the story of growing a micro music scene.

Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below. 

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High water bills haven’t led to flooding fix for Detroit residents 

Stateside’s conversation with Joey Horan

  •  Joey Horan is a freelance journalist with Outlier Media.

How one DIY record label makes a home for an entire micro music scene

Stateside’s conversation with Keith Latinen

  • Keith Latinen is the founder of Count Your Lucky Star Records.
  • Support for arts and culture coverage on Stateside comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural affairs.

p>COVID variants and hesitancy changing the public health game 

Stateside’s conversation with Emily Martin

  •  Emily Martin is a associate professor of epidemiology at University of Michigan School of Public Health.

Chantell Phillips is an incoming Junior at Wayne State University. She’s studying Broadcast Journalism with a Business Certificate. She dreams of having her own talk show, starting a daycare center in Detroit, and owning a nonprofit mentorship program. Whether you see her hosting the BET awards, sparking great conversations on the red carpet and or interviewing Oprah, she’s bound for greatness!
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