Stateside: Win for LGBTQ adoptive parents; artist Elizabeth Youngblood; MI’s redistricting history
Today on Stateside, a major Michigan-based adoption agency is opening up adoption to LGBTQ parents. We spoke with Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, who has spent years fighting for LGBTQ families. Plus, a conversation with artist Elizabeth Youngblood about how learning to weave inspired the delicate lines of her sculptures and drawings.
Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.
- Dana Nessel is Michigan’s state attorney general.
Artist Elizabeth Youngblood on “replicating a thought” in lines
- Elizabeth Youngblood is a Detroit artist. Her current solo exhibition "Room Tone" is on display at M Contemporary Art Gallery in Ferndale through March 20.
Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.
- Max Johnston is a reporter for Interlochen Public Radio.
How a history of gerrymandering led to Michigan’s independent redistricting committee
- John Lindstrom is a longtime Lansing political reporter and former publisher of Gongwer News Service.