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Stateside: Sinai-Grace nurses file whistleblower suit; GR activist on the push to defund the police

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Four nurses at Detroit Medical Center Sinai-Grace are suing the hospital's parent company. They alleged negligence and mismangement leading to uncessary COVID-19 deaths.

Today on Stateside, a conversation with a community activist in Grand Rapids looking to defund the police and what that would entail. Plus, four nurses have filed a lawsuit against the parent company of DMC and Sinai-Grace over what they say was negligence and mismanagement that led to unnecessary COVID-19 deaths.

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Nurses allege unnecessary COVID-19 deaths at DMC in lawsuit

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Stateside’s conversation with Kristen Jordan-Shamus

  • Kristen Jordan-Shamus is a reporter for the Detroit Free Press

Michigan native Sharon Harrigan's new novel "HALF" explores past trauma through a fictional twin

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Stateside’s conversation with Sharon Harrigan

  • Sharon Harrigan is a Michigan-born author whose works include "Half" and "Playing with Dynamite"
  • Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

What one activist in Grand Rapids means when she says "defund the police"

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Stateside’s conversation with LaDonna Norman

  • LaDonna Norman is a community activist with the Grand Rapids group Together We are Safe
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