May 2016 TruthToTell Archives

Green Card Voices and Immigrant Stories on TruthToTell!

Join guest host Lydia Howell as she discusses the importance of diversity and increasing the appreciation of the immigrant experience in America.

Host: Lydia Howell

Guests: Dr. Tea Rozman-Clark (Founder & Executive Director, Green Card Voices), Aimee Fearing (Princpal, Wellstone International High School), Terry McDanel (Retired ESL Teacher, Wellstone International High School)

Producer: Siobhan Kierans

 

"They Played for the Love of the Game: Untold Stories of Black Baseball" in Minnesota with guest Frank White, Author and Historian.

It's baseball season! Join TTT for a conversation with Frank White about the role of sports in African American and urban communities in Minnesota. Also joining us is Anthony Shields, Deputy Director of Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC).

www.minnesotablackbaseball.com



TTT Monday, Professor of History and Author, Doug Rossinow discusses how interpreting history can help us understand some of the exciting and disturbing events of this year's Presidential Elections.

Hosts: Prof. Tom O'Connell & Siobhan Kierans

Guest: Prof. Doug Rossinow

Producer: Prof. Tom O'Connell

Studio Assistant: Chance Carnahan

TTT's featured guest Ron Wacks joins us in the studio to talk about everything from politics and microbusiness. Fresh from the DFL CD4 Convention (yesterday), Ron gives us a snapshot of the event. Following the update, we'll discuss the world of microbusiness. What is it? How is America and the global business market a better place because of it?

Memorial Day we remember the men and women who died while serving in our armed forces. Originally called Decoration Day, the tradition originated after the Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who lost their lives during the war. It's claimed that the songs from this era could be arranged in chronological order and could sum up the conflicts, the events, the characters, the ideals and principals of the opposing sides and make a complete history. Join Siobhan Kierans to explore how the Civil War played an important role in the development of American music.