This week, Sam hosts a panel from the Arc of Minnesota to talk about the Disability Justice Movement.
This week, Mai Thor talks to Sam about building a Disability Justice Movement in Minnesota.
This week, we listen back to a show from July 11 2019. Sam talks with Emil Lou, MD, PhD from the University of Minnesota Medical School, about Pancreatic Cancer.
This week, Dr. April Wilhelm will talk about the U of M study on the Tobacco 21 policies and the use of tobacco products with adolescence. Dr. Wilhelm is a family medicine physician with the U of M medical school. and U of M Health Fairview. Also, we will discuss lung cancer and
smoking with Dr.Amit Kulkarni, a medical oncologist with the U of M Medical School and Masonic Cancer Center.
Ryan Strunk, President of National Federation of the Blind Minnesota joins Sam in the studio. He discusses the problem of the refusal of the entertainment industry to cast blind people in productions and suggests way to improve this issue.
This week, Sam chats with staff and a volunteer from Wingspan Life Resources about their Rainbow Club and other support groups.
October is National Protect Your Hearing Month. In honor of that, Sam talks with Kate McGinley and Dr. Heather Malyuka. Kate is the Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of Tuned. Dr. Malyuk is Tuned’s head of audiology. She is know internationally as an expert clinician and a public speaker in the field of music audiology.
This week, Sam talks to a panel of staff and clients from Opportunity Partners. OP is a local organization helping people with disabilities enrich their lives. Also it’s our Fall Pledge Drive so please go to kfai.org, or give us a call at (612-375-9030)! Every bit helps!