Culture & Community News

Studies and statistics show urban core schools more segregated than ever.

Listen to an edgy documentary by a young Dutch producer named Alwine Van Heemstra. Her quest: Learn how NYC deals with its waste by following a tomato through the city’s waste treatment process.

Tune in to Fresh Fruit:node/89 on Thursday, October 11th for a special pledge drive show. Hosts Dixie Treichel, Bob Tracy, and John Townsend will celebrate National Coming Out Day:

PaKou Hang, a candidate for St. Paul City Council Ward 6, will be the guest on KFAI’s Haiv Hmong Radio:node/3140 on Wednesday, October 10th (8:30-9:30pm).

Thursday, October 11, Rebecca Haile joins us in the studio to talk about her memoir, Held at a Distance: My Rediscovery of Ethiopia, a book that traces her family’s emigration from Ethiopia to the U

Join Truth to Tell’s:node/682 Andy Driscoll Wednesday morning at 11 as he talks with Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman about her beginnings and what makes her so committed to the idea of independent pub

Listening Lounge:node/72 is bringing out the best documentaries for Pledge Drive.

Thursday, October 4, poet Michael Dennis Browne joins us to talk about a new workshop he is leading, The Meeting of the Waters: Poetry and Prayer, Oct. 12-13 at the Benedictine Center in Maplewood.

The Twin Cities Human Rights Campaign: Annual Gala Dinner and Auction is an award-winning event held each fall that supports the important work of the Human Righ

Thursday, September 27, International literary sensation Per Petterson joins the hosts of Write on Radio:node/36 to talk about his novel Out Stealing Horses.