Hundreds of volunteers arrived at the Minneapolis Convention Center on October 1st to serve over 1,000 men and women experiencing homelessness.
August 29th was the two-year anniversary of the ravage of Hurricane Katrina through the Gulf Coast. The storm ripped through the area causing some of the worst wind damage and flooding in US history.
KFAI’s Jacob McKnite interviewed director Ronit Avni about the 2006 documentary film Encounter Point, which documents the challenges and hopes of Israeli-Palestinian civilian partnerships for peace.
Several immigrant and consumers rights groups came together on September 24 to launch a boycott against Western Union.
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
The international medical relief organization Doctors Without Borders set up a mock refugee camp in Loring Park this week.
5th district DFL Congressman Keith Ellison regularly speaks with KFAI about politics in Washington.
Yet another Anti-Iraq War Protest took place at the Minnesota Capitol on Sunday September 23rd. This demonstration was organized by major labor unions.
The Mixed Blood Theater brings back Jevetta Steele’s autobiography play production Two Queens One Castle, that opened September 21st, 2007.
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