Stateside: COVID risk and schools; Hemingway's summers Up North; BLM protestors legal win
Today on Stateside, COVID-19 and the threat to schools as many districts approach the remaining weeks of the school year. Then, a new PBS documentary about Ernest Hemingway highlights how summers in northern Michigan influenced his writing. And, while transcribing letters about Hemingway, students uncover the unfortunate story of Marjorie Bump.
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How to safely finish the school year? Michigan pediatrician says no easy answers.
- Dr. B. Keith English is chair of the department of pediatrics and human development at Michigan State University.
Been watching "Hemingway" on PBS? Visit the author's stomping grounds Up North
- Christopher Struble is the president of the Michigan Hemingway Society.
Letters about Hemingway uncover the unfortunate story of Marjorie Bump
- Jennifer Tianen is an English teacher at West Bloomfield High School.
- Yael Mizrahi is a sophomore at West Bloomfield and an Honors American Literature student.
How Detroit’s Case Against Black Lives Matter Protesters Fell Apart
- Eli Newman is a reporter with WDET.