Arts & Culture

Indian immigration to the United States: how the space race and Cold War gave rise to scientists and engineers
Produced by Mahi Palanisami

During the 1950s and ’60s, the space race, the effects and fears of the Cold War, and the united leadership of India and the United States gave rise to a math and science-educated population in India. It changed U.S. immigration policy, as America welcomed India’s brightest scientists and engineers to the United States. In this radio documentary, KFAI producer Mahi Palanisami explores Indian immigration to the United States to better understand her own family lineage and their drive to excel in science and engineering.

Kinshasha talked with Trish Kanous and Jessica Hanson about the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture

Soouthpoint Community Acupuncture is committed to providing practical solutions to pain, stress, and more.

Acupuncture is on of the oldest, most frequently used systems of healing in the world – it is simple, safe, and sustainable healthcare.

WHY IS COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE IMPORTANT?

•Acupuncture is important to our health as individuals, as families, co-workers, and community members, because it provides inexpensive, non-invasive relief from pain and suffering
•Community Acupuncture defines and supports a mode of direct delivery of inexpensive care for people of ordinary incomes regardless of insurance coverage.
•Community Acupuncture provides a new model for healthcare and self-care empowerment.

The second act of Honey West: Murder on Mars. Hollywood’s sexiest private detective goes undercover to investigate the death of a B-movie Queen in 1962. It seems like everybody has a motive. From the Audio Comics Company.
And Clang!, from Earbud Theater. Mom has a discussion with Dad about what he does for a living in his secret basement room. And while they are occupied, what are the kids doing?

Tonight’s show we discuss the Fil-Minnesotan Association Election in greater in detail and preview the Manny Pacquiao fight which is a month away.

Medical Brigades in Honduras: International Health Service of MN

For over 30 years, volunteers for non-profit International Health Service of Minnesota have traveled to Honduras to bring medical and dental care to people in remote villages there. Each February, over 100 volunteers from several countries travel throughout Honduras in brigadas médicas, or medical brigades, bringing health care to people who do not have access to health care. Smaller teams also go in Ocotber.

Tag-team action as “El & Em” trade sets for an hour of fun… then Johnny D arrives to do Hour 2!

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