Arts & Culture

Prof. Mahmoud El Kati talks about the legacy of Civil Rights Legend, Matthew Little, Nelson Mandela and Martin Martin Luther King Jr.

When you listen closely to Mahmoud El-Kati, a life-long educator and professor emeritus of history at Macalester College, you will hear one of the more nuanced and passionate voices working in anti-racism today. ”Race is not based in genetics,” El-Kati explains. “Race is a myth. Racism is a reality.

In this important conversation, Professor El Kati helps us to understand that our history is our humanity.

Hosts: Siobhan Kierans, Cory Washington, Xan Holston
Guests: Brian LeCuyer,
Editors: Robert Easley
Programs: World Exposure, Minnesota Native News, Lake Superior Project
Reporters: Christina Cerruti, Marie Rock, Kelly Schoenfelder, Cher Dial

Two from the Sci-Fi Radio series. Imposter by Philip K. Dick. and Wall of Darkness by Arthur C. Clarke.

With Jim Rudolf – Lots of good music that may have not made it to the Twin Cities airwaves

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