Harriet Washington studies and writes about medical ethics, tackling the question of what impact doctors and their work have on society and what is good and what is evil about some of the things the m
For the first time since Gov. Tim Pawlenty has been in office, the Minnesota Legislature was able to override a veto.
As Twin-Cities Security Officers await a new contract, they continue to share stories of low wages and inadequate healthcare and their effects under the current contract.
Continuing KFAI’s celebration of International Women’s Day:node/9273, Womenfolk:node/123 host Ellen Stanley will do her review of the 20th International Folk Alliance Conference on Sunday, March 9
Health Notes will be exploring how to energize and heal our heart’s wounds with Puran & Susanna Bair. In their new book:
Tune in to Pam Without Boundaries:http://www.kfai.org/node/55 Tuesday, March 11th, at 7:30am to hear from local band Ghost in the Water as they celebrate a new CD.
KFAI’s very own Pete Lee, host of Monday afternoon’s Bop Street:node/46 was profiled in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on February 26, 2008.
The 4th annual “Sweet On School Dance” in support of public education will be held on Friday,March 7 from 3-6 PM at Hiawatha Community School, 4201 42 Av. S. in Minneapolis.
On Wednesday, March 5th at 11am, Truth to Tell takes a look at some of the deeper issues and Constitutional dilemmas over America’s love affair with firearms.
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