August 9, 2022


Santa Maria History

Stateside: Automobile insurance coverage changes Black homeschooling LGBTQ Muralist Ypsi youth choir

Currently on Stateside, modifications to vehicle insurance’s health-related treatment funding formula are occurring in Michigan. Critics concern many catastrophic car or truck crash victims will stop up in nursing houses at taxpayers’ expense. Subsequent up, we are re-airing a year of homeschooling and self-willpower for Black households as they make their selections to retain their children homeschooled or prepare them for conventional school. The 2nd re-air is a conversation with a Detroit primarily based LGBTQ muralist. Lastly, an Ypsilanti youth choir’s pandemic journey to generate ground breaking approaches to sing with each other.

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Catastrophic crash victims and treatment companies in limbo as vehicle insurance medical rates transform

  • Tom Judd is the president of Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council.

The pandemic pushed some Black people into homeschooling. Some are not likely again

  • Bernita Bradley is the Midwest Regional Delegate to the National Mother and father Union and founder of Engaged Detroit Homeschooling Network.
  • Kija Gray is the founding director of Our Little ones Rely, which supplies coaching and advocacy for dad and mom.
  • This conversation originally aired on June 29, 2021.

Detroit trans artist Bakpak Durden on earning their mark via quite a few mediums

  • Bakpak Durden is a Detroit muralist
  • This conversation initially aired on June 16, 2021

Ypsilanti Center University music instructor talks about keeping students engaged all through the pandemic

  • Kari Safieddine is the choir director at Ypsilanti Community Middle University.

An uncertain long term for a general public beach in Leland

  •   Taylor Wizner is a reporter at Interlochen Public Radio.