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At KFAI, we broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.

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The Most Diverse Programming on the Dial Thanks to YOU!

Sep 19 2014

Everything you hear on KFAI, community radio for the Twin Cities, grows out of the involvement of listeners such as you who become members. Without your financial support, KFAI would not exist.  

Unique, locally-created programming is our hallmark. We provide a wide variety of music, news, and public affairs for your listening enjoyment. 

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Queer Arts & Culture on Fresh Fruit, Sept. 18 at 7pm with Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Sep 17 2014

Andrea Jenkins is an award winning African-American trans activist, writer, artist and performer who will host the first Minneapolis Trans* Equity Summit in Minneapolis. The Summit will serve as an introduction to the Minneapolis Trans* Workgroup process and provide a mid-point update to the community regarding the work outcomes to date.

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Augie Meyers Stops By to Show Pledge Drive Love!

Sep 17 2014

Thank you to amazing local singer-songwriter Molly Maher and legendary musician Augie Meyers for coming by Freewheelin' this afternoon! Augie had some great words about community-oriented, music-lovin' stations like KFAI and the importance of keeping them around. You can't go wrong getting a Texas Tornado in the studio during the pledge drive!

Give us a call @ 612 375 9030 to support free-form music and passionate public affairs programming today!

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