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    After nine years on the air, Thursday, July 14 was the final episode of Kinda Cloudy Radio on KFAI.

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    Some people are campaigning to require Minneapolis police officers to carry professional liability insurance as an independent accountability mechanism. A grassroots organization is advocating to require all Minneapolis law enforcement to have more financial responsibility through personal liability insurance.

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    Toki Wright and Miss Britt of the KFAI program Soul Tools Radio did a special show on Friday, July 8, reflecting on current events.  Click here to listen.  

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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday July 6, 2016 as they talk with Gary Fife, Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma, and of Cherokee heritage.He was the first ED of MIGIZI Communications in Minneapolis, following a career in Washington D.C. as a reporter, photographer, staff analyst, and legislative analyst.
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  • In early July, thousands people of Somali heritage who live here in Minnesota will stage their largest community event of the year – it called Somali Week.

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  • Family caregiving expert David Levy sets forth how to evaluate priorities, understand options, and face bedrock issues (legal, financial, emotional, social), so caregivers can make wise and informed decisions for their loved ones, while gaining peace of mind from knowing they did the best they could under the circumstances.

    Drawing from over twenty-five years of experience, Levy provides caregivers with a model for effective planning and problem-solving, focusing on the nonclinical aspects of caregiving, which are often neglected by medical professionals:

    Caring for young and old victims of disability, illness, and chronic disorders Finding ways to make our healthcare system work Assembling core information about a loved one’s life Developing a realistic view of how much care a loved one needs today and may need tomorrow, and understanding that continuum of care Locating resources that can make a difference in making sure a loved one’s care-needs are met Finding a good family caregiver support group Overcoming the roadblocks the caregiver’s feelings of distress and failure can create Taking a practical approach to that overused phrase “Take care of yourself.”

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

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