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Stateside 7.23.2018

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Today on Stateside, how inequality and discrimination fueled an uprising in Grand Rapids, just days after riots began in Detroit. Plus, a University of Michigan pediatrician says that saying Flint's children have been poisoned by lead does more harm than good. 

To hear individual interviews, click here or see below: 

From convention to street festival: plans to reinvent Detroit auto show in 2020

Calling Flint kids “poisoned” inaccurate and harmful, says UM pediatrician

When Legionnaires’ first showed up 42 years ago, it was a medical mystery

Racial discrimination, segregation provided “tinder” for 1967 Grand Rapids uprising

Lt. Gov. Calley on PFAS contamination, shutting down Line 5

Campfire Stories: The friendly camp ghosts of Interlochen Center for the Arts

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