Where Community Grows
KFAI is a volunteer-based community radio station that exists to broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.
Oct 18, 2019 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
FRIDAYS, 1PM. Local writer Lydia Howell explores local culture, art, and activism with interviews and special features. She won the PREMACK AWARD FOR PUBLIC INTEREST JOURNALISM for her investigative reporting on homelessness in (the now defunct) PULSE NewspaperLydia is a long time denizen of KFAI who also writes for various communicty newspapers and online publications.
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FRI, OCT. 18: Communities Organize! Hear from MICHELLE GROSS (Communities United Against Police Brutality) on new Minneapolis Police Department contract: how BETTER WORKING CONDITIONS can MAKE COMMUNITIES SAFER. Plus: East African mothers demand a voice in BIG DEVELOPMENT proposed in Minneapolis' West Bank neighborhood
Mahalia Jackson I'm On My Way
v/a Freedom: Songs From the Heart of America Columbia/Legacy
Interview: Michelle Gross, of COMMUNITIES UNITED AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY
Minneapolis Police Department are negotiating new contract. Better working conditions could mean fewer incidents of brutality
Interview: Big Developers vs. Neighborho9d Residents
East African mothers oppose a Big Developers project--demanding more spaces for youth, in Minneapolis'West Bank nieighborhood
Curtis Mayfield Mothers Son
Move On Up[ Castle