Disability and Progress-May 11th, 2023- Partners in Policymaking Class 40
This week, participants from the 40th Partners in Policymaking class join us. They talk with Sam and Charlene about their experiences in learning how to advocate for themselves or people with disabilities.
Disability and Progress-May 4, 2023-MN State Services For the Blind turns 100!
This week, Sam speaks with Natasha Jerde and Lisa Larges. They discuss State Services for The Blind’s 100-year anniversary and other changes within the department.
Disability and Progress-April 27, 2023-Blindshell Phone
This week, Diane Ducharme, Senior Program Manager for BlindShell USA speaks to Sam and Charlene about the BlindShell Phone. We explore the question, Who uses this phone, and how is it different from regular phones?
Disability and Progress-April 13,2023-An Interview with Gaelynn Lea
Disability and Progress-April 6, 2023-Face Up
This week, Sam and Charleen talks to Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Susanne Neilson, and publisher Belo Miguel Cipriani. They discuss Neilson’s new book, Face Up; A Collection of Outlaw Poems, and an event with Oleb Books featuring a reading from Face Up!
Write On! Radio – Patti Horvath + Linda LeGarde Grover
Originally aired February 7, 2023.
On this episode, Dave Fettig begins the episode talking with Patti Horvath about her debut story collection, But Now Am Found. The characters in these stories struggle to make sense of upheaval in their lives. But Now Am Found is a compelling exploration of the human spirit confronted by abrupt and rending change.
in the second part, Annie Harvieux has a discussion with Linda LeGarde Grover about her poetry collection, The Sky Watched: Poems of Ojibwe Lives. The Sky Watched is a collective memoir in poetry of an Ojibwe family and tribal community, from creation myth to this day, updated with new poems.
Write On! Radio – Adger Cowans +Temple Trio
Originally aired March 28, 2023.
MollieRae is joined by Adger Cowans to discuss his photography, painting, poetry, and music. Minneapolis musicians, “Temple Trio”, play interpretative jazz throughout the program as well.