Stateside: Poll challenger training; exhibit honors MMIWG2S; Arab American voters in MI
Today on Stateside, the role of election challengers at the polls. Also, a Mt. Pleasant photographer uses striking portraits to call attention to missing and murdered Indigenous women. And a conversation about the Arab American voting bloc in Michigan.
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Here’s what poll challengers can and can’t do at the polls
Stateside’s conversation with Madeline Halpert
- Madeline Halpert is a reporter for Bridge Michigan and with Vote Beat, a ChalkBeat initiative.
- You can find Halpert’s article here.
Native photographer creates striking portraits in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous people
Stateside’s conversation with Shannon Martin
- Marcella Hadden is a photographer in Mount Pleasant. Her community is the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal nation.
- Shannon Martin is Director of Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, on the Isabella Reservation.
- Here is a link to the digital exhibit.
The issues that matter to Arab American voters in Michigan
Stateside’s conversation with Rima Meroueh and Ali Harb
- Rima Meroueh is director for the National Network for Arab American Communities.
- Ali Harb is a reporter for Middle East Eye.