Stateside: Flooding cleanup in Dearborn; Black families homeschooling; retired FBI agent’s new book
Today on Stateside, we speak with Dearborn’s State Representative on the needed infrastructure investments to deal with Michigan’s on-going floods. Next up, a year of homeschooling and self-determination for Black families as they make their decisions to keep their children homeschooled or prepare them for traditional school. Lastly, after 30 years of Federal law enforcement, retired FBI agent Greg Stejskal has come out with a book on famous Michigan cases.
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State Rep. Hammoud talks flood damage in Dearborn and needed infrastructure investments
- Abdullah Hammoud is state representative for Dearborn
The pandemic pushed some Black families into homeschooling. Some aren’t going back.
- Bernita Bradley is the Midwest Regional Delegate to the National Parents Union and founder of Engaged Detroit Homeschooling Network
- Kija Gray is the founding director of Our Children Count, which provides coaching and advocacy for parents
Retired F.B.I. agent Greg Stejskal’s new book examines 31 years of famous Michigan cases
- Greg Stejskal is a retired F.B.I. agent and author of the new book, “FBI Case Files Michigan: Tales of a G Man”