Culture & Community News

The history of Gay Pride celebrations began at 1:20 a.m. on June 28, 1969, in Greenwich Village, New York City at the Stonewall Inn as crowds fought back during a police raid. Join Fresh Fruit:http://www.kfai.org/node/89 Hosts Dixie Treichel and John Townsend for a Pride Celebration Show on Thursday, June 18, 7:30-8:30 p.m.

Mizna, the Twin Cities Arab Arts & Literature organization, is hosting their six th annual Arab Film Festival, March 11-14, Heights Theatre, in Columbia Heights.Documentaries and feature films from local and international filmmakers. Hear all about on Art Matters, Thursdays, 7pm and on Catalyst: politics & culture, Fridays, 11am.

“I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific.”
Lily Tomlin

Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend
Thursday, July 17 from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Crazy, Kooky and Queer! The 9th Annual Queer Fringe Binge on Fresh Fruit:https://www.kfai.org/node/89 Thursday, July 16, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

A change in health care and our way of thinking and acting is more important now than ever, given the economy and our environment. People are stressed and so it is more important than ever for people to be well adjusted, able to work longer and harder due to more demand in our work place, focused enough to deal with constraint and to show and appreciate love to those around us.

Tonight’s show will include audio interviews from the Capitol about the same sex marriage victory, the Out Twin Cities Film Festival, the Uganda anti-gay situation and Pride in East Central MN.

Dr. David Stussy “Brain Doctor” will be live in the studio talking about his newest creation – the Adult Learning Program This program is for adults who have been in car accidents, have had concussions, ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Asbergers, or just having a difficult time making decisions.

The Adult Learning Program utilizes the latest brain technology to restore physical and mental well being.

WE WIN Institute’s Theme for Black History Programming this year is African American Inventors.  We will learn about those Black inventors who created the iron, the washing machine and traffic lights. This is our opportunity to celebrate the greatness of African American people and highlight African American Youth.

Health Notes Airs on Mondays – 6:30-7:30pm

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.

Alaffia was co-founded in 2003 by Olowo-n’djo Tchala and Rose Hyde as a means of alleviating poverty and advancing gender equality in Togo, West Africa. Alaffia was created to help West African communities become sustainable, and we do this through the fair trade of indigenous resources. Empowering individuals is one key to sustainability. We encourage empowerment through our community projects, our women’s cooperatives, and through education and involvement in our local, customer communities. We firmly believe that the cooperation of people across the world is an essential part of building sustainability in all our communities.

Health Notes shares an important conversation about the creation of world community with Allafia co-founder Olowo-n’djo Tchala.

Health Notes Airs Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

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