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Dr Kay McGowan, Professor of Native American Studies Eastern Michigan University, and Fay Givens, the Director of American Indian Services in Lincoln Park. (credit: Juwan Outlaw/CW50)

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On this week’s edition of Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at issues facing Native Americans in Michigan with Dr Kay McGowan, a Mississippi Choctaw/Cherokee Native, and also an Anthropologist, Professor of Native American Studies Eastern Michigan University, and her twin sister Fay Givens, the Director of American Indian Services in Lincoln Park.

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Steve Spreitzer, the President and CEO of the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion. (credit: Juwan Outlaw/CW50)

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Then, Steve Spreitzer, President and CEO of the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion, provides insight into what can be done to improve racial injustice.