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Stateside: Detroit moms on gun violence; MDOC reentry center closing; the rise of college esports

Oct 1, 2020

Today on Stateside, a conversation about the developing future of esports in Michigan. Plus, what the closure of Detroit's Reentry Center means for prisoners transitioning back into society after serving their time.

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

How gun violence has changed the lives of Detroit families

  • Bryce Huffman of Bridge Detroit recently published an oral history of three women, united in loss, their children claimed by shooting.

As MDOC closes reentry center, prison reform advocate says it’s time to invest in rehabilitation

  • Natalie Holbrook is on the American Friends Service Committee and Program Director of Michigan Criminal Justice Program.

Varsity video games: Why Michigan universities are investing in the growing world of esports

  • Norris Howard is head of collegiate esports content at BeasleyMedia
  • Scott Schroeder is director of visualization at Perkins Will

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