Arts & Culture

In honor of Women’s History Month, members of the Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights share their thoughts on Civil Rights/Human Rights issues.

Interview with Pao Houa Her was born in Laos. She studied photography at Minneapolis College of Art and Design and received her BFA in 2009. She also attended Yale University School of Art where she received an MFA in 2012. She has been in multiple group shows in New York, Minnesota, and California. You can view her work at www.paohouaher.com

Music Host: Brenda Bell Brown
News Host: Yvette Howie
Producer: Dale Connelly

Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend
Wimmin’s Herstory Month Show

Guests: BARRIE JEAN BORICH, author, Body Geographic; ELLEN MARIE HINCHCLIFFE, filmmaker, Thought Woman- The Life and Ideas of Paula Gunn Allen; CASSANDRA SNOW, Sans Merci, Gadfly Theatre; ELLEN KRUG, author, Getting to Ellen, A Memoir about Love, Honesty and Gender Change.

Christine Stark

Not dead, merely sleeping?
Enjoy BtW in their return to fidelity. Drug haze and ego death has been lifted in favor of sporadic music beds, acapella and Oramics.

Kristina's back from Spain and she plays some of new releases she lugged home on this week's show.

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