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Stateside: Thursday, April 28, 2022


Today on Stateside, guest host Laura Weber-Davis and Detroit News Columnist Nolan Finley discussed on how after being kicked out of the House Republican Caucus, state Rep. Matt Maddock is embroiled in intra-party drama between Trump loyalists and traditional conservatives. Then, a Detroit-based, Lebanese American poet spoke upon race, sexuality and the human experience. Plus, the life and legacy of LGBTQ+ activist Jeffery Montgomery in "America You Kill Me," which premieres tonight at the 2022 Freep Film Festival.

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  • Nolan Finley, editorial page editor, Detroit News
  • Kamelya Omayma Youssef, poet
  • Daniel Land, director, "America You Kill Me"
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