THE FIRST CASE OF SPANISH FLU:
September 1918, 17-year-old Raymond Paulson returned from training at Camp Oglethorpe, Georgia. He wasn’t feeling well. Headaches, body aches, fever. Britt Aamodt has the story of Raymond Paulson, the first known case of Spanish flu in Minnesota on MN90.
Host Leah Lemm explores how Indian Country in MN is responding and adapting to the current pandemic health crisis.
Ampers is a group of 18 different community radio stations throughout Minnesota. Each station is programmed by and for their specific community. The programming serves and teaches others about underserved populations including communities of color, new immigrants, Native American and rural areas not served by traditional media. This website showcases the work Ampers and its member stations create. Check back often because we add new content daily.
COVID-19/ Coronavirus Resources & Reporting from Ampers stations across the state of Minnesota.
Veterans' Voices a radio series exploring the knowledge, experience and leadership of Minnesota service members
Minnesota Native News a weekly radio segment covering ideas and events relevant to Minnesota’s Native American communities
Take Control of Your Health a series of short radio segments aimed at helping people make changes to improve their own health
MN90: Minnesota History in 90 Seconds a fun exploration of wide-ranging topics including sports, politics, environment, business, entertainment, pop culture, and more. Listen for a new episode of MN90 each week day on your local Ampers station or subscribe to the podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, Google and RadioPublic,
Minnesota Music Notes celebrating noteworthy songs, artists, and musical performances
Minnesota Arts, Culture and History programs created from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund
Value Our Traditions/Sacred Tobacco a radio series about reclaiming and honoring traditional American Indian tobacco
Dakota War of 1862 a look at the events, peoples and places that shaped the Dakota War of 1862, and the catastrophic consequences of its tragic aftermath.
Keep Moving Forward a radio series featuring people with disabilities sharing perspectives, insights, and experiences