Arts & Culture

“Young People Celebrate Black History”

Health Notes celebrated Black History featuring young people from WE WIN Institute. 17 young people in all were a part of this special programming ranging from ages 7 to 11.

These young people talked about the history of African and African American heroes and sheroes.

WE WIN Institute, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the academic and social success of all children.

WE WIN programs emphasize African history and culture, to create pride for children of African descent, yet; they celebrate and welcome children of all cultures into their programs.

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Fallen Angels That Bounce from ZBS. Flo is having upsetting dreams, so Joe and Mo teach her how to make her dreams into whatever she wants them to be.

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The Dup Ed Show, 2010
Listener Dupree Edwards talks about how change begins with me: his views, his challenges and triumphs, plus he plays some of his favorite, inspiring music.

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Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Guests: Roy Close, Earnest Simpkins, Pat Nelson, Melissa Koch, Dawn Mikkelson

Black History Month Special

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e.g. bailey and Sha Cage join us to talk about the CD release party for e.g.‘s new album, American Afrikan, an encyclopedic mix of spoken word, hip hop, funk, jazz, and more. The release party is Saturday, Feb. 20th starting at 9:30 p.m. at Bedlam Theatre in Minneapolis and will feature performances by Guante, Sha Cage, Mankwe Ndosi, J. Otis Powell, Truthmaze, and more.

Also on this show, we talk with Marisha Chamberlain about her new novel The Rose Variations, the story of Rose McGregor, a talented composer navigating academia in the early days of feminism. Marisha Chamberlain is also a playwright, poet, and librettist.

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