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FROM THE AIRWAVES

  • The end of Roe in America & what that means

    Nick Austin fills in to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade, the impact of the decision, and what it means for legal challenges moving forward with constitutional law expert and Dean of the University of Detroit Mercy law school, Jelani Jefferson Exum.

  • 12 questions to ask yourself before you go

    Rabbi Steve Leder joins Stephen to talk about his new book, which dives into the questions we should be asking ourselves – and the answers we should be writing down – before we die.

  • Food access and equity in Detroit; New fund supporting minority developers in Detroit

    Co-founder and executive director of Detroit Black Community Food Security Network Malik Yakini stops by to discuss food access, justice and equity in Detroit, along with the goals of the Detroit Peoples’ Food Coop, a community owned grocery being built in Detroit. Then CEO & Chief Strategist of URGE Imprint Rod Hardamon joins the show to discuss the new $11 million Ebiara fund created to help combat the challenges that minority developers face accessing capital, securing talent, and growing their businesses.

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