This week, Dominic Labbe from Humanware chats with Sam and Charlie about the third generation of the Victor Reader Stream! Also don’t forget to donate to KFAI at kfai.org!!
Views From The Ground: Brass Solidarity
Interview with Kristin and Ray from the local music collective, Brass Solidarity, about justice and healing through music.
Poet of the month: Rose-Marie Athiley
Artist of the month: Nakara Forje
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KFAI’s Wellness Signal | Dr. Antony Stately Advocates for Bivalent Boosters
Dr. Antony Stately is the Executive Officer and President for the Native American Community Clinic in south Minneapolis, which provides primary care, dental care, and behavioral health services the Twin Cities Native American community.
In this episode of I’m Awake with Robert Pilot, courtesy of AM950 Radio, Dr. Stately shares with hosts Robert Pilot and Ogimaa Giniw Ikwe his own experiences recovering from COVID, prior to vaccination availability, and makes a case for getting the bivalent booster, especially for those 65+.
KFAI BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING NOTICE FOR MARCH 27, 2023
This month’s Fresh Air, Inc. Board of Directors meeting takes place on MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2023, at 7:00 pm.
This is a virtual meeting; participants can participate online or by phone.
If you have questions about the meeting or wish to add an agenda item, please email email@example.com before the meeting. In addition, the Board roster, contact information, previous board minutes, and financials are available at kfai.org/board.
KFAI Board meetings are open to the public, and everyone interested will be encouraged to attend. The meeting begins promptly at 7 pm.
Monday, March 27, 2023, starting at 7:00 pm (CT).
Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqcemgqTksH9Mi4MeC2_uO1UPXSAoYLRFv
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The packet of public documents for this month’s meeting can be found at: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1N5aGvoB046QUZ0HButBNmzpxYqE12j_Z
Datable Rebels – Weaponized Incompetence
Emily Colay, Samantha Stinson Preston, John Lunak
Disability and Progress-March 16, 2023-Eyes on Success
This week, Sam and Charlene talk to Nancy and Peter Torpey from the podcast “Eyes on Success.” Also, it’s our pledge time. Please show your monetary support to KFAI, go to kfai.org to pledge!
MinneCulture | A More Humane Society
The history of the Animal Humane Society offers a jaw-dropping glimpse into Minneapolis life in the late 1800s. This was a time when horses struggled to pull loads up Lowry Hill and dogs at the pound were drowned in the Mississippi River. As part of a national movement, the humane society formed to prosecute cruelty to animals — and they prosecuted cruelty to children too. Investigating hundreds of cases, humane agents became the state’s first social workers and probation officers.
This episode of the MinneCulture podcast from Michelle Bruch traces Minnesota’s relationship to animals, from the workhorse era to the pandemic-puppy era. Photo courtesy of the Animal Humane Society.
Views From The Ground: Artist Interviews – Abdirahman Warsame and Tuvok The Word
NUR-D interviews local hip hop artist, Tuvok The Word, and Brandon interviews local poet, Abdirahman Warsame
Views From The Ground: Nur-D “HVN” Album Release Highlight
A special artist spotlight featuring the one and only NUR-D about his new album “HVN”.
Poet of the month: Miss Mari
Artist of the month: Keny Gray