Ginger Jentzen of Minneapolis United for Rent Control joins Bihi for a conversation about the community-led and evidence-based movement for rent control and its work to promote housing affordability, guarantee rights for tenants, help unhoused neighbors find indoor homes, and more.
Then, Deeqa brings out a special song for this summer of many weddings!
Somali Link Radio – MPLS United for Rent Control Somali Link Radio
Liz and Marilyn Peterson Haus start the episode discussing Haus’s latest, Half of a Whole, and its depictions of mental illness, twins, and zealotry.
After the break, James Beard Award-winner Beth Dooley joins Annie to discuss the intersections of food education, climate justice, local farming, and great recipes in the context of Dooley’s latest cookbook, The Perennial Kitchen.
Write On! Radio – Marilyn Peterson Haus + Beth Dooley Write On! Radio
On this truncated version of Disability and Progress, Sam’s guests had to cancel at the last minute so she plays a panel of lesbian women with disabilities, as heard on Outbeat Salon on KRCB radio in Northern California!
Disability and Progress-July 22, 2021-Outbeat Salon Disability and Progress
Drunkin dating advice episode 15? Ha! Guests: Emily Colay, Leviticus Martin, and co host Jeffery Moon talk about: dating and social media, dating w/vax vs non vax, self love, do you love yourself too much to let someone else in? Why do men act available, then unavailable?
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Datable Rebels – Drunkin Dating Advice Again Datable Rebels
Women’s historian and novelist Ames Sheldon joins Dave in-studio to discuss her new novel, Lemons in the Garden of Love, and two intertwining histories—that of reproductive rights and that of her family.
After the break, international bestseller and Rizzoli & Isles creator Tess Gerritsen joins Liz to discuss writing a collaborative novel (Choose Me with Gary Braver), culpability in the #MeToo era, her process, and more.
Write On! Radio – Ames Sheldon + Tess Gerritsen Write On! Radio
Today, Bihi is joined by Dr. Saida Abdi (UMN-CEHD School of Social Work) and students Zynab Ahmed, Safiya Mohamed, and Sofia Ali for a discussion about trauma in the community: its roots, its layers, its symptoms, and actions to take, all viewed from a lens rooted in social work and sociological research.
Somali Link Radio – Trauma in the Community Somali Link Radio
This week, we go back in time to 2017, when Sam talked to Paul Brubaker, President of the Alliance of Transportation and innovation. It’s also our Summer Pledge Drive so please call us at (612) 375-9030, or go online at www.kfai.org to show your support!
Disability and Progress-July 15,2021-Self Driving Cars and Summer Pledge Drive! Disability and Progress
This summer on the MinneCulture Podcast, it’s all about Minnesota history.
The plain, uninteresting Mary Fridley Price. Not the sort of girl anyone would notice—except now she’d gone and leapt over a cliff to save her poor dog. The dull—and very dead girl—was suddenly front-page headlines. No one was supposedly more grief-stricken than her charming husband Frederick Price, who found comfort in his wife’s inheritance—and in the arms of his mistress…
Are you suspicious? Mary’s father sure was.
KFAI’s Britt Aamodt shares the story of Minneapolis’ most notorious murder trial of 1916.