This week on Across the Board:node/3628 (Friday, 2-5am), DJ SLT has a very special Collector’s Corner with local band Invisible Ray Brown.
A new statewide education alliance has received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to implement the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Program:http://64.233.16
The Ad Hoc Twin Cities Jena Six Solidarity Action Group invited community members to the Minneapolis Urban League for a protest meeting to demand justice for Louisiana’s Jena Six.
Called an exceptional songwriter by none other than Lucinda Williams, Austin-based Ana Egge:http://www.anaegge.com will call in Sunday, October 21st to talk with Womenfolk:node/123 host Ellen St
Studies and statistics show urban core schools more segregated than ever.
KFAI raised nearly $108,000 during its fall pledge drive. Thanks to contributions from more than 1,200 new and returning members, it was one of the most successful drives in station history.
In less than 20 years, two-thirds of the world’s population will lack access to water. Overuse and pollution are not the only reasons for this crisis.
The new documentary film The Devil Came on Horseback:http://www.thedevilcameonhorseback.com/ opens this week in Minneapolis.
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