The Immigration Act of 1965, allowed Asian family members, entrepreneurs and skilled workers to immigrate to the U.S.

Tune in to Womenfolk:node/123 this Sunday, July 8th as Courtney Kaiser of acoustic indie band KaiserCartel: calls in to talk with host Ellen Stanley about her July 13th

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.

Tune in Monday mornings at 9AM (starting July 2nd) as Jackson Buck presents Freewheelin’:node/3292, a free-flowing musical journey through the years of recorded history featuring the sounds of Ame

Subculture returns to the KFAI airwaves with a co-dependent Independence Day celebration on Sunday, July 1st, from midnight to 2am.

Fresh Fruit, the longest running LGBT radio show in the country, will move to its new time (Thursday, 7:30-8:30pm) starting Thursday, July 5th.

With all the negative flap about the music industry’s portrayal of females in Hip-Hop music, some local females have put an empowering spin on the male-dominated skills of MC-ing and break dancing, as