Talk show with call ins with hosts Ed Dupree and Daniel Wruck.
Listeners share their experiences of how they communicate with others and how they respond to simple and complex situations in their lives.
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School students, Blake Mattson and Nafiso Shire, host this week’s WAVE Project on Teens & Religion: The Way We Really See It. Blake and Nafiso interview four teens from different religious backgrounds about how religion plays a part in their lives. The show also features a spoken word piece, a hip hop song and an interview with a former youth pastor. Listen for a full hour of youth radio!
Michelle Gross, President of Communities United Against Police Brutality, joins community members during this WAVE Project program on “Seeking Justice, Mandating Police Accountability.” The discussion will feature the story of a local mother and her son, who was killed by the police, the recent club closings in Downtown Minneapolis and the measure to dramatically change the Minneapolis Civilian Review Authority. Also included in the hour is a spoken word piece by local poet and rapper Tou SaiKo Lee and up-and-coming North Carolina singer-songwriter, Laila Nur.
“Creating Theater” – The Deadbeats Theater cast and crew discuss their latest work “Last of the Red Hot Flops”, which is part of the 2012 MN Fringe Festival. The team talks about how the play has been developed into its final form, from writing and refining an original script, to defining characters, to adding music and choreography, to final production.
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