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Stateside: Roundup of COVID-19 news; how billionaires shape cities; a poem for uncertain times

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The Detroit Auto Show, originally scheduled for June 2020, has been canceled to make room for a field hospital being set up at the TCF Center.

Today on Stateside, it's hard to keep up with the daily rush of news about COVID-19 in Michigan. We talk with two reporters about some stories you might have missed.  Plus, writer Desiree Cooper offers perspective and advice about coping with uncertainty and loss. 

Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below. 

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COVID-19 news roundup: TCF Center field hospital; Rep. Issac Robinson; coronavirus spread in DPD

Stateside’s conversation with Kat Stafford and Zach Gorchow

  • Kat Stafford is a Detroit-based reporter for the Associated Press.
  • Zach Gorchow is the publisher of Gongwer News Service. 

How the ultra-wealthy shape politics, philanthropy, and culture in Michigan and beyond

Stateside's conversation with Branden Snyder and Robin Boyle

  • Branden Snyder is the executive director of Good Jobs Now.
  • Robin Boyle is a professor of urban planning at Wayne State University.
  • This segment was originally broadcast on July 31, 2019.

Detroit writer talks about caring for her elderly parents amid COVID-19 outbreak

Stateside's conversation with Desiree Cooper

  • Desiree Cooper is a 2015 Kresge Artist Fellow, Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist, and writer.

Whitmer: Comprehensive plan for closing schools can't happen overnight

Rick Pluta's conversation with Gretchen Whitmer

  • Michigan Radio's Rick Pluta talked to Governor Gretchen Whitmer about the state's COVID-19 response. 
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