Stateside for Monday, April 13, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- Elizabeth Campbell with the Human Trafficking Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School and Judge Charles Pope of Ypsilanti’s 14B District Court join us to discuss the Human Trafficking Court in Washtenaw County, the first of its kind in Michigan.
Barbara Rylko-Bauer discusses her new book, A Polish Doctor in the Nazi Campus, which is about her mother, Dr. JadwigaLenartowiczRylko, a former Nazi prisoner who later worked as a nurse’s aide at Henry Ford Hospital.
- In “The Next Idea,” we hear from Kenneth Cockrel, Jr., executive director of Detroit Future City Implementation Office, about what makes a city strong and how, while the city isn’t there yet, Detroit is taking strides towards becoming “America’s Comeback City.”
- Kenna Lehmann, a zoology grad student at Michigan State University, talks about her work in Kenya, studying hyenas and the way they communicate.