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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, July 5, 2017 as she talks with Mohawk radio and podcast host John Kane about the fight for native sovereignty and continued independence from the European settlers’  rebellion against England. The  U.S. Declaration of Independence stands against Thomas Jefferson who attempted to take a swipe at King George of England by accusing the native nations of being his minions and Jefferson sank to  name calling to make his thin point.
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  • This week on "The Somali Radio That Speaks Funny English", Abdirizak Bihi welcomes guest Mahmud Kanyare.  Tune in at 1pm on Friday to hear about cultural connections, family unity and summer camp.  

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 9 am as she talks with Professor Tadd Johnson on the work he has been doing, such as coming to the aid of two families who did not want their loved ones autopsied. Two people died suddenly in car crashes and the St. Louis County medical examiner held the bodies for autopsy. Professor Johnson helped get a court order to give one of the families the body of their relative so the family’s spiritual beliefs regarding burials could be honored.
  • This is Part III of a three part series of Dr. Richard Schultze’s talk on “There are no Incurable Diseases”. Dr. Schultze’s Health Crusade: My personal commitment is to offer every American an OPTION to medical doctors, hospitals, surgery, chemical drugs and the physical, emotional and financial bankruptcy that this system of DISEASE MANAGEMENT causes. Unless maintaining chronic diseases with medical doctors, drugs and surgeries, and spending your nest egg to do it sounds like fun, I have an alternative. It’s called health! In fact, I like to call it Creating Powerful Health! It’s a lot more fun, less costly than managing disease, and lets you live life to your fullest potential.

    Health Notes Airs on Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

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    In urban and rural communities across the nation, a powerful grassroots movement called Indivisible is demanding meetings with their congressional representatives and finding other ways to push back on issues like health care, travel bans and climate change.  In Minnesota’s  suburban  Second and Third Congressional Districts, Republican Congressmen Jason Lewis and  Erik Paulsen are feeling the heat.  
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  • One of the performers coming to Minnesota for this weekend's Pride Festival is Jessica Sutta, well known as a singer, dancer, and former member of the Pussycat Dolls. 

    Sutta talked with KFAI's Quinn "Shimmer" Villagomez for the programs Fresh Fruit and The Morning Blend.  

    Here's the full interview.  

  • KFAI has a new program schedule!   Major features of this revision are concentrated in the 6am to 7pm hours.  

    ·         Democracy Now moves from 8am to noon – its pre-2010 position in the schedule.

    ·         Locally produced public affairs programs move from 9am to 1pm

  • Join Roy Taylor on FIRST PERSON RADIO on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 9 am as he talks with Nora Murphy about her work in the Native communities of Minnesota.

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  • Dr. Richard Schulze, N.D., M.H. is one of the FOREMOST Authorities on Natural Healing and Herbal Therapy in the World. He operated Natural Cure Clinics in New York, Southern California and Europe for almost 20 years up until 1994. He still teaches throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia and has for the past 20+ years. He has designed Natural Therapy Programs, which have assisted tens of thousands of People Worldwide to create MIRACLES and REGAIN their Health.

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 as she talks with Nicole MartinRogers, Kristi Dawes, and Sarah Gehrig about a study produced by Wilder Research in Minnesota, that projects population changes for six member Bands of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. Populations of Tribes and Nations all over the United States are changing in ways at times not clear to tribal leadership or tribal members. Assumptions can be wrong and tribal planning is difficult as demographic projections are little more than guesswork.
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