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Stateside: Post-pandemic redevelopment; expansion of Jim Crow museum; Izzy Johnson music

Tyler Scott
Michigan Radio

Today on Stateside, considering post-pandemic redevelopment for Michigan’s cities. Also, musician Izzy Johnson plays music for walking the forests, tending the fields, or just being. And, the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Artifacts plans expansion in West Michigan. 

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

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Urban planners are rethinking downtown spaces after a pandemic paradigm shift 

Stateside’s conversation with Tyler Scott.

  •  Tyler Scott is a reporter for Michigan Radio.

Singer-songwriter Izzy Johnson’s new album is a balm for your pandemic-frazzled brain

Stateside's conversation with Izzy Johnson

  • Izzy Johnson is a musician from Michigan.

In a new era of racial reckoning, the Jim Crow Museum in Big Rapids plans major expansion 

Stateside’s conversation with Dr. David Pilgrim

  • Dr. David Pilgrim is the curator of Ferris State’s Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia.

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