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Watch Bridge and the Joyce Foundation’s discussion on extremism in Michigan

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Bridge Michigan partnered with the Joyce Foundation for a Zoom discussion last week about the rise of extremism and militias in Michigan.


Bridge Capitol reporter Jonathan Oosting joined Heath Druzin, host and creator of the podcast Extremely American, for the Wednesday webinar, which was moderated by Kayce Atayero, chief external affairs officer of Joyce, a Chicago-based philanthropy that invests in public policy and strategies.

Visit the Joyce Foundation’s website to watch the recording.


This event replaced the May installment of Bridge’s monthly Lunch Break series of in-depth talks about items in the news, such as the state’s redistricting process, coronavirus and K-12 education outcomes.


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