Former Flint Mayor Karen Weaver talks candidly with Stephen about the criminal charges brought against former Governor Rick Snyder and eight others in the Flint water crisis, which exposed residents to lead-contaminated water. She also talks about the current status of the infrastructure cleanup in Flint. Plus, retired 36th District Court Judge Leonia Lloyd talks about her new memoir, “Your Honor, Your Honor,” which details her professional struggles against racism and sexism and her strong bond with her late twin sister, Leona, who also served on the bench. She also offers her thoughts on seeing the country’s first woman of color sworn in as Vice President.  And, we’ll have a special performance by Detroit guitarist Ron English and the Marygrove Jazz Ensemble.




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