Stateside: F-150 Lightning unveil; history of police misconduct; GOP plan for higher ed funding
Today on Stateside, the Ford F-150 Lightning marks the company's first foray into the electric truck market. What should consumers expect? Plus, a new exhibition tracks the killing of Black Detroiters by police during the height of the civil rights movement in the 1960s and 1970s. And, how a Michigan GOP plan to change higher education funding would impact state colleges and universities.
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Will F-150 loyalists buy into the all-electric Lightning?
Stateside's conversation with Phoebe Wall Howard
- Phoebe Wall Howard is an automotive reporter at the Detroit Free Press.
Exhibit looks at police brutality in Detroit during the Civil Rights era
Stateside’s conversation with Matt Lassiter
- Matt Lassiter is a history professor at the University of Michigan. He is also the founder and director of the Policing and Social Justice HistoryLab.
- You can view the online exhibit, "Detroit Under Fire," here.
GOP plan would make big changes to how Michigan funds higher education
Stateside's conversation with Chad Livengood
- Chad Livengood is a senior editor with Crain’s Detroit Business.