Arts & Culture

Guest: Lee Pao Xiong, Director of the Center for Hmong Studies and Professor at Concordia University

Lee Pao gives a short, but fascinating lesson about Hmong history in China dating back 5000 years! 

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Minneapolis-based INTERMEDIA ARTS hosts the exhibit DIMENSIONS OF INDIGENOUS & CULTURAL IDENTITY POLITICS (THRU feb.4), Hear the two major artists in the show REBEKAH CRISANTA DE YBARRA (from Central America)  & GORDON COONS.

Host Peter Gokey is joined by special co-host Sarah McPeck to reflect on the global women's march on Saturday, January 21, 2017 through discussing its implaciation and looking at ways to advance its energy into sustained action and change.  Director of Advancement at the Minnesota AIDS Project Doug Melroe discussed the revised and relaunched Minnesota AIDS Walk, and Rainbow Health Initiative board member Kate Lehmann discusses the

Brent Renneke, Public relations manager of the Minnesota MS society, and Nikki Foster who lives with MS.  We will be talking about MS, what it is, and about the new break through drug ocrelizumab.

Kristina plays the last half of the rich, gorgeous Misa Flamenco of Curro and Carlos Piñana. This heartbreakingly tender music will soothe your soul.  

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Episode 21 – Up the Irons!

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