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Stateside: Cornelius Fredericks’ death; Black mental health; Nessel sues DeVos over CARES funds

Jul 8, 2020

  

Today on Stateside, developments in the cases surrounding the death of 16-year-old Cornelius Fredericks at a youth facility in Kalamazoo. Also, how systemic racism impacts the mental health of Black Americans. Plus, Michigan is challenging how the U.S Department of Education is allocating coronavirus relief money.

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Attorneys release video of 16-year old's death at youth facility, call for more charges

  

  • Dustin Dwyer is reporter for Michigan Radio

“A complicated pain”: Systemic racism’s impact on Black Americans’ mental health

  • Napoleon Harrington is a therapist at Ambassador Counseling and Resource Group and former president of the Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association.

It’s time for white people to listen then act: social worker’s advice on combatting systemic racism

  • Algeria Wilson is the director of public policy for the National Association of Social Workers, Michigan Chapter.

AG Nessel joins lawsuit suing Betsy DeVos over sending pandemic relief funds to private schools

  • Koby Levin is a reporter for chalkbeat.org

Rural superintendents pleased with Whitmer’s school plan, but still have unanswered questions

  • Max Johnston is a reporter for Interlochen Public Radio

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