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Stateside: Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Today on Stateside, we spoke with Stephen Henderson, host of Detroit Today who provided insight about the interplay of city and state government ten years post-Detroit bankruptcy filing. Then, we visited a Traverse City restaurant that has been open continuously since 1882. Plus, we had a conversation about how Indigenous people are reclaiming space and belonging in Midwestern cities.

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  • Stephen Henderson, host of Detroit Today on WDET
  • Megan Cox, co-owner, Sleder’s family tavern, Michigan's oldest, continuously-operated restaurant
  • Michelle R. Jacobs, assistant professor of sociology at Wayne State University and author of the book "Indigenous Memory, Urban Reality: Stories of American Indian Relocation and Reclamation"
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