Lennie Chism’s conversation with Civil Rights Legend Marion Barry, Voting Rights, Past, Present, Future, Our Struggle to Vote on KFAI Radio, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, Joined in the conversation by Donald Allen, and Mel Reeves.

Tune in Friday, June 20th at 7pm for Live from Main Street with hosts Laura Flanders and Al McFarlane.

On July 1, 2008, the Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War held a rally and a march at the State Capital.

Governor Tim Pawlenty issued his State of the State address yesterday for the 2008 year. His iniatives were not well received by the DFL during his speech.

Former Star Tribune columnist Eric Black has written exclusively about US Attorney Rachel Paulose’s adminstration and new recent resignation.

Pioneering legislator Neva Walker, the first black woman to be elected to the Minnesota House has decided not to run for a fifth term.

Neighbors Against the Burner recently held a public meeting to provide residents of the Twin Cities more information about the hazards of building a Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) incinerator to generate e

Esther Ouray is a self-described theater artist and cultural worker in the Twin Cities. She recently returned from a peace delegation:http://www.ifpbdel.org/ to Jerusalem.

Minneapolis Mayor R T Rybak delivered the city’s 2008 budget earlier this week with points of optimism, including increased public safety, money allocated for the I-35W bridge, and more investment in

While the Obama Administration continues to push lawmakers for health care reform legislation, U.S. Representative Betty McCollum held a hearing on July 20, 2009, at the state capitol to hear what Minnesota patients, practitioners, and hospital and clinic administrators need from national health care reform.