Community driven

 

At KFAI, we broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.

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Let's Party

 

Want to know all that's going on? Find both station events and community events on the KFAI Events Calendar.

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From endowments to vehicle donations, there are many ways to contribute!

Thank You Donors and Volunteers: Pledge Drive Goal Made!

Sep 27 2014

We had a goal of $70,000 this fall pledge drive, an amount which will help us meet our budget requirements for the next few months. YOU reached it! And then beat it! And then kept calling! And giving on-line! We cannot thank you enough for listening, supporting, recognizing the value of community radio and helping maintain this space for unique, authentic programming from the heart.

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Collage Artist Celebrates Community

Oct 01 2014

Not all artists are loners. Minneapolis-based collage artist, Zach Collins, can tell you that. He thrives when he is able to collaborate on his artwork and he invites the chance and surprise that working with others provides. 

Collage, the cut and paste style of art we tried in elementary school, is a serious, growing medium. Collins has a number of gallery shows on his portfolio, and networks of collage communities are springing up on social media. 

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Commission on Civil Rights Seeks Members

Oct 01 2014

 

The City of Minneapolis is looking for three people to serve on its Civil Rights Commission, and four people to serve on its Police Conduct Oversight Commission.

Applications are being taken now.  you can find out more online at the city's website, or by calling 612-673-2244.

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