Stateside: Rep. Levin on new COVID aid package; rapid testing flaws; online quarantine arts archive
Today on Stateside, a new test for COVID-19 gives results quickly, but those results aren't always accurate. Plus, it's Earth Day and we spoke with a congressman about how the COVID crisis could serve as an opportunity to rethink how we treat the earth.
Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.
Lawmaker hopes approved program will put older students on track to associates degrees
Stateside’s conversation with Sarah Anthony
- Sarah Anthony is a Democratic Michigan House Representative from Michigan’s 68th House District
Online space for artists forms a real-time creative archive during COVID-19 quarantine
Stateside’s conversation with Sherina Sharpe and Christin Lee
- Sherina Sharpe is a co-founder of Six Feet of Distance and an artist and educator in Detroit.
- Christin Lee is a co-founder of Six Feet of Distance and founded Room Project, which is a low-cost space for women and non-binary artists
New COVID-19 tests for SE Michigan offer fast results, but low accuracy
Stateside’s conversation with Lindsey Smith
- Lindsey Smith is a morning news editor for Michigan Radio
Rep. Levin on COVID response, stimulus, and Earth Day
Stateside’s conversation with Andy Levin
- Andy Levin is a congressman from Michigan’s 9th district