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Black history

  • Today, what role oversight plays in the reliability of the grid and how elected officials are responding to more frequent outages. Then, we checked in on a hazardous waste dump in Van Buren Township, and its connection to toxic waste from the train crash in East Palestine, Ohio. Plus, a look at a new comic centering the stories of Black queer icons.
  • We got an update on the ice storm that has left thousands in the state without power. Plus, a conversation with one Michigander who dived deep into Wikipedia during lockdown — and found comedy gold.
  • Today, a look at the Michigan's laws that allowed the suspected MSU gunman to own a firearm. Then, we heard about an effort to map out Malcolm X's life in Lansing. Plus, a conversation about a recent study that found Black Americans are more likely to be audited by the IRS. We ended with a breakdown of Governor Whitmer's proposed plan for free preschool.
  • Today, we dove into the leadership and legacy of Coleman Young with Detroit historian Jamon Jordan.