This weekend, Current State takes an in-depth look at what happened when organizations asked the state Civil Rights Commission to ban discrimination of GLBTQ people in Michigan. Plus, we hear from Capital region residents who have loved ones in earthquake damaged Mexico City and hurricane damaged Puerto Rico. We'll go on a tour of a community center helping Lansing for nearly 50 years.
First segment of Sept. 23-24, 2017 edition of Current State.
A team of MSU luminaries will gather at a unique fundraiser tomorrow that unites the Spartan Nation in raising money to fight Parkinson’s disease. The Gibby & Friends vs. Parky pregame tailgate will be hosted in MSU’s Kellogg Center at 4:00 tomorrow.
Gibby is MSU’s renowned Kirk Gibson, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2015 and in 2016 made a decision to go public with his journey.
Kirk Gibson describes his passion for finding a cure for Parkinson's Disease.
A team of MSU luminaries will gather at a unique fundraiser that unites the Spartan Nation in raising $1 million to fight Parkinson’s disease—or, as Kirk Gibson has nicknamed it, “Parky.” The Gibby & Friends vs. Parky pregame tailgate will be hosted in MSU’s Kellogg Center at 4:00 this Saturday September 23, four hours before the Notre Dame football game that kicks off at 8:00 that evening. On that same day Gibson will be on campus as MSU will honor his accomplishments by retiring his football jersey at halftime of the game.