Recent News

  • KFAI has a new program schedule!   Major features of this revision are concentrated in the 6am to 7pm hours.  

    ·         Democracy Now moves from 8am to noon – its pre-2010 position in the schedule.

    ·         Locally produced public affairs programs move from 9am to 1pm

  • Mike Robbins is the author of three books, Focus on the Good Stuff, Be Yourself Everyone Else is Already Taken, and Nothing Changes Until You Do, which have been translated into fourteen different languages.

    As an expert in teamwork, emotional intelligence, and the powers of appreciation and authenticity, Mike delivers keynote addresses and interactive seminars that empower people, teams, and organizations to work together effectively and be more successful. He has inspired tens of thousands of people around the world to reach new levels of awareness and productivity, both personally and professionally. Through his speeches, seminars, and writing, Mike teaches people important techniques that allow them to be more grateful, appreciative, and authentic with others and themselves.

    Health Notes Airs Mondays -7:00-8:00PM

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday August 9, 2017  at 1 pm as she talks with Mohawk radio and podcast host John Kane about the latest Indian Country news and what he is hearing in New York State. His 8/7 program on “Let’s Talk Native” has a big topic. Watch it on Facebook. "The politics of fear. It's finally beginning to wear thin but they are still trying threaten us and back us down with fear.
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  • A Minnesota Mosque has survived an attack by someone with an "improvised explosive device" F.B.I.

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  • FIRST PERSON RADIO starts the new schedule on Wednesday, August 2, 1017 at 1:00 p.m. My guest tomorrow is Professor Robert J. Miller, author of several books, most notably Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, and Manifest Destiny, (2006 and paperback 2008) and (co-authored), Discovering Indigenous Lands: The Doctrine of Discovery in the English Colonies. He is a citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma.
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  • The fight to defend civil liberties is ongoing and not every American agrees on just where those rights begin and end.

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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday July 26 at 9 am as she catches up on a previously planned program with Denise Nelson and Deanna Rae StandingCloud, with special guest Keith Secola. They will all be in the 4th Annual Owamni Falling Water Festival. this Saturday, July 29. The free family event celebration brings together indigineous culture with music, art, food, and exhibitor booths. Performers include Hoka Hey Drum Group, Bluedog, Frank Waln, and Keith Secola. 

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  • Minnesota’s 13th ward is by most measures a great neighborhood to live in.  Beautiful parks, wonderful shops and restaurants, good schools and friendly neighbors.  Bad stuff doesn’t happen here—until it does.

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  • Rockhouse Q&A

    It seems as though “rock” music is rarely heard on the Rockhouse.  So where did the name come from?

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 9 am as she talks with award-winning Haudenosaunee (Seneca Nation, Heron Clan) choreographer based in Minneapolis, MN. Rosy Simas is a designer and director of dance, solo and collaborative performer, movement-based and multidisciplinary teacher, events curator, Indigenous and multicultural arts advocate, and mentor of diverse artists.Her work “Skin(s)” is touring to EastSide Arts (CA), Intermedia Arts (MN), LaPeña (CA), City of Chicago Cultural Center, AICHO (MN) and Northwestern Unive
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