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?
On Wednesday, July 11th, Truth to Tell:node/682 talks about Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis and Predatory Lending with the U of M Law School’s Prentiss Cox, the MN Homeownership Center’s Dana Snell
‘Keep Asians Out’ has been the consistent message toward Asian immigrants ever since the Exclusion Act of 1882.
With an eye to helping Twin Citians better understand the issues confronting their communities and institutions daily – and encouraging them to engage those issues, KFAI announces the debut of Trut
In October 1957, American poet Allen Ginsberg was hanging out in Amsterdam jazz cafes. At the same time in San Francisco, a Federal Court judge ruled that his poem Howl was not obscene.
The Vietnam War and related political upheavals caused devastation throughout Southeast Asia. Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Laotian families often had no choice but to seek a new life in America.
To hear the best radio documentaries and quirky audio shorts, add the Listening Lounge:node/72 to your short list of must-hear radio. Hosted by Todd Melby, the Lounge now airs at 7 p.m. on Mondays.
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