Stateside: Yemeni-Americans on Biden; remembering Charles McGee; playwright Dominique Morisseau
Today on Stateside, a Michigan state representative discusses easing the tragedy of Yemen’s civil war. Then, playwright and screenwriter Dominique Morisseau talks about deepening her connection with Detroit Public Theatre during a pandemic. And, safety tips on the Great Lakes. Just because ice is forming doesn’t mean it’s safe to walk on.
Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.
How Michigan’s Yemeni-American community views the Biden administration
- Abraham Aiyash is a state representative (D-Hamtramck) and the first Yemeni-American elected to the state House.
Beloved Detroit artist Charles McGee has died
- In memory of Charles McGee, a fundamental figure on Detroit’s art scene.
- Dave Benjamin is the executive director for the Chicago-based Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project.
Playwright Dominique Morisseau on Detroit, race, and writing for television
- Dominique Morisseau is a playwright, screenwriter, actor, MacArthur Fellow, and the new executive artistic producer at the Detroit Public Theatre.