Stateside: Rep. Slotkin on help for business; WWII rations; tablets and laptops for Detroit kids
Today on Stateside, we talk to Democratic Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin about the future of emergency funds for businesses impacted by COVID-19 . Plus, what a federal appeals court decision in the so-called “right to read” lawsuit means for students in Detroit.
Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.
Thinking about a re-start: Rep. Slotkin says infrastructure projects in the works post COVID-19Stateside’s conversation with Elissa Slotkin
- Elissa Slotkin is a congresswoman from Michigan’s 8th Congressional District.
Tires, sugar, and more: the things you needed government permission to buy during WWII
- Laurie Perkins is the Michigan History Center’s resident specialist for Southern Lower Peninsula history.
How the “right to read” lawsuit out of Detroit could change schools everywhere
- Matinga Ragatz is an education consultant and a former Michigan Teacher of the Year.
Skillman CEO on new plan to get tablets and hotspot access to all Detroit students learning from homeStateside’s conversation with Tonya Allen
- Tonya Allen is the president of the Skillman Foundation.
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