Stateside for Monday, March 21, 2016
- The annual Kids Count in Michigan report is out today. Kids Count Project Director Alicia Guevara Warren looks at poverty and families in Michigan.
- When your child gets cancer, is a clinical trial the right choice for you? We talk about what parents need to think about if asked whether they want their child to take part in a clinical trial.
- What do the people of Cuba make of re-establishing diplomatic relations and the visit by President Obama? We speak with a Cuban-American who lives in Michigan.
- Did you know Michigan State University was involved in trying to save wildlife in Africa? Our latest contributors to The Next Idea talk about their efforts to protect African wildlife and the historic PhD program in Uganda.
- Fermenta: Michigan Women’s Craft Collective is a non-profit trade group started by Michigan women. It describes itself as committed to diversity, camaraderie, networking, and education within the craft beverage industry.
- There's a plentiful, nutritious fruit native to North America that's been all but forgotten. Andrew Moore wants to reintroduce American eaters to the pawpaw.