It’s a night of great audio shorts from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, including ‘Til Death Do Us Part by Sara Archambault.
The Cairo Trilogy, one of the most important works of literature by Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz. Mafouz who died 30 August 2006 is the only Arab to have received the Nobel Prize for Literature.
A tribute mix to the Godfather of Soul, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business and Soul Brother #1—-James Brown. Featuring interviews with Don Cornelius, Dave March, Sammy Davis Jr.
There are cat shelters for unwanted calicos and Siamese. There are dog shelters for discarded beagles and shepherds. Less well known are bird shelters for abandoned cockatoos and cockatiels.
Indigenous Peoples Task Force, formally Minnesota American Indian AIDS Task Force, has been a leader and a pioneer in developing innovative culturally relevant services to targeted populations within
Journalist Will Wright will discuss the life, works and legacy of filmmaker, photographer and writer Gordon Parks on KFAI’s WAVE Project program, on July 22, at 6 pm. Mr.
Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend for the 7th Annual Queer Fringe Binge on Fresh Fruit:node/89 this Thursday July 19, 2007 from 7:30 to 8:30pm.
Forty years ago, in 1967, pop radio listeners were hearing a new sound from the Beatles.
The Ain Dah Yung Center, which means our home in the Ojibwe language, began in 1983 as an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless American Indian youth.
Economic downturns and tragic events spawn violence toward Asian Americans, who fight back with grassroots organization. What can we learn from past mistakes?
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