Culture & Community News

Award Winning Filmmaker Dawn Mikkelson will join Host Dixie Treichel on Fresh Fruit:https://www.kfai.org/node/89 Thursday, July 30 from 7:30-8:30 p.m.

On Sunday, July 26, 7-8 p.m., First Nations Radio will be talking about a new technique called Somatic Experiencing that proposes that racism is a physiological phenomena, not a psychological one.

Both Woon and Lee work with helping stressed, traumatized caregivers and change agents who want to recover their humanity so they can resume caring and activism from a position of joy and personal wel

Crazy, Kooky and Queer! The 9th Annual Queer Fringe Binge on Fresh Fruit:https://www.kfai.org/node/89 Thursday, July 16, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

This Sunday at 6 p.m., gather ‘round the old radio for The Evil of Shady Lake, an original science fiction-mystery-comedy.

In the story, the bumbling Henry Forester takes a job working for Mr. Valenzuela, a ruthless real estate tycoon who acquires properties through foreclosures. Evicting homeowners is easy work; a little forceful persuasion usually does the trick.

The history of Gay Pride celebrations began at 1:20 a.m. on June 28, 1969, in Greenwich Village, New York City at the Stonewall Inn as crowds fought back during a police raid. Join Fresh Fruit:http://www.kfai.org/node/89 Hosts Dixie Treichel and John Townsend for a Pride Celebration Show on Thursday, June 18, 7:30-8:30 p.m.

On Sunday, June 14, host Amanda Balagur looks at the local food scene, the slow food movement, and writing about food.

For the next three Wednesdays, TruthToTell examines the dark and isolated world of local police culture and the nature of law enforcement in general. Here are the questions we have:

•Why has this paramilitary subset of civil society grown so insular, more secretive and more rageful and violent?

Tune in to the Wave Project this Sunday at 6 p.m. as students from Opportunity High School in Minneapolis share their creativity and thoughts about being from East Africa, as well as living and learning in America. Hear their views on culture and hopes for new lives as they grow to become active citizens within their communities.

We have, in the last couple decades, confronted an unprecedented volume of government secrecy even as our technological developments have enabled an unconscionable level of identity and data mining. Governments, at the federal, state, and local levels, stamp SECRET, TOP SECRET, or CONFIDENTIAL over millions of documents and files containing what should be public information.

This Sunday, May 24, at 1 p.m., Encuentro:http://www.kfai.org/encuentro will dedicate the program’s first hour in honor of a great writer and human being, the Uruguayan poet Mario Benedetti, who passed away on Sunday, May 17 (obituary:http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2009/05/17/world/AP-LT-Uruguay-Obit-Bene...).