On this episode of Stateside, we dig into the question of whether Michigan students have a right to literacy, and what a re-write of the North American Free Trade Agreement could mean for Michigan and our biggest trading partner, Canada. Also, a mold-breaking Michigander shares her story of making it as an advertising executive... there's a new Yelp-like app for migrant workers... an indigenous game developer talks about healing water through songs... and Michigan Radio's John U. Bacon breaks down the sporting news from this past weekend.
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- State argues literacy not a constitutional right
- Michigan and OSU prepare for big-time matchup
- Former teen mom, pioneering ad exec broke through bias in corporate America
- "Yelp for farm workers" connects laborers to jobs and resources
- Honour Water game teaches Anishinaabe songs about H2O
- Michigan economist says when it comes to trade, use "a scalpel, not a meat ax"