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Stateside: Breakthrough cases; podcast features Flint creatives; marking the 1821 Treaty of Chicago

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Today on Stateside, making sense of breakthrough COVID-19 cases. Then, a chat with podcaster and lifelong Flint resident Rayvon Taylor, whose episodes reflect a new vibe in Flint. And, we talk about the 200th anniversary of a treaty that changed the story of several tribal communties in Michigan.

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

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State report: Delta on the rise in Michigan; vaccines effective despite breakthrough cases

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Stateside's conversation with Sarah Cwiek.

  • Sarah Cwiek is a reporter with Michigan Radio.

A pipeline to better data: Tracking COVID through wastewater

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Stateside's conversation with Kevin Bakker and Shreya Mullapudi

  • Kevin Bakker is an assistant research scientist at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health.
  • Shreya Mullapudi is a research laboratory specialist at UM’s School of Public Health.

The podcast tracking Flint’s creative spark across art, business, food, and more

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Stateside's conversation with Rayvon Taylor

Tribes remember 1821 treaty that changed their lives, and shaped Michigan as we know it

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Stateside's conversation with John Shagonaby

  • John Shagonaby is governmental affairs officer for the Gun Lake Tribe.
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