Forty years ago, in 1967, pop radio listeners were hearing a new sound from the Beatles.
The Ain Dah Yung Center, which means our home in the Ojibwe language, began in 1983 as an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless American Indian youth.
The Phillips Powderhorn Cultural Wellness Center hosted a community discussion on pesticides, focusing mostly on protecting young children.
St. Paul leaders met early on Wednesday, July 11 at Eastside Community Center in St. Paul to discuss the city’s public safety progress.
Economic downturns and tragic events spawn violence toward Asian Americans, who fight back with grassroots organization. What can we learn from past mistakes?
Tune in to Counterspin:http://www.fair.org, a weekly roundup of major news stories produced by Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting, every Friday at its new time of 6pm.
On Wednesday, July 11th, Truth to Tell:node/682 talks about Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis and Predatory Lending with the U of M Law School’s Prentiss Cox, the MN Homeownership Center’s Dana Snell
In the coming weeks, KFAI’s News Department will check in with local lawmakers that affect policy in the Twin Cities.
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