KFAI’s “Turtle Island – Voices Rising” is a celebration of Indigenous Peoples Month with 24 hours of special programming by KFAI hosts, and community who identify as members of our local Indigenous diaspora.
It begins at midnight on Friday, November 11. Your favorite regular Friday programming returns next week.
On Tuesday November 8, 2022 Democracy Now! will broadcast a live 3-hour election night special on KFAI from 8 p.m. to 10:59 p.m. CST with in-depth analysis and real-time results from congressional and gubernatorial races, as well as ballot initiatives from around the country.
Regular Tuesday evening programs Bonjour Minnesota, and Balkan Jamboree will return next week.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Turtle Island – Voices Rising is coming back to KFAI – Fresh Air Community Radio!
KFAI is celebrating Indigenous Peoples Month with 24-hours of special programming by KFAI hosts, and community who identify as members of the Twin Cities Indigenous diaspora on Friday, November 11th.
Interested parties can apply by completing this google form
. Please note that on-air shows are specifically reserved for Indigenous voices.
Shows can be presented live or recorded in advance. Let us know what assistance you need to bring your idea to fruition. No previous radio experience is necessary – equipment, training, and mentorship will be provided as needed. All languages welcome.
KFAI is having technical difficulties with our 90.3 FM signal, but our programming continues online right here at kfai.org, and on our KFAI Mobile App.
Thank you for your patience, and to all of those who have called to check in. We are working diligently to get our signal back.
Beginning at midnight on Saturday, February 26th, KFAI presents The Blacktivation – 25 Hours of Blackness to celebrate Black History Month. Enjoy a mixture of your favorite programs with familiar voices, along with additional special contributed programming from the local Twin Cities Black community.
After Feb. 26, a recorded archive of The Blacktivation 2022 can be found at kfai.org/bhm22
William Matthew Little was active in civil right efforts for over sixty years. As president of the Minnesota chapter of the NAACP, He organized busloads of Minnesota activist for the historic 1963 March On Washington.
Matthew Little has rallied for continued support of affirmative action and desegregation of the Minnesota Public Schools. He supported the NAACP lawsuit against the government of Minnesota, which charged the public school system with failing to provide an equal education to all children.
Mr. Little cultivated a strong relationship and influence with the African American community and the business community and was instrumental in persuading the Minnesota Vikings management to hire Dennis Green as their first black head coach. In recognition of his accomplishments and contributions to his community, he received numerous awards. He was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree from the University of Minnesota Law School
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