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Intentional Trauma: Indian Boarding Schools

The crew digs into another element of Indigenous trauma: boarding schools. More and more bodies of children sent to these boarding schools are being discovered, shedding more light on the intentional erasing of Indigenous language and culture.

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MN Reads: “Now What?” by Beth Probst

Beth Probst talks about her book “Now What? Navigating Life After Loss”


Quarantining

Learning phrases to talk about quarantining


The Untold Story of QUEERSPACE Collective Coming to St. Cloud

In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with Nicki Hangsleben and Mandy Rubink from QUEERSPACE collective, a non-profit dedicated to providing LGBTQ+ youth with safe and insightful guidance through mentorships. Originally founded in the Twin Cities two years ago, the QUEERSPACE collective will be marking their St. Cloud area arrival on Friday, March 31, with an event at Jupiter Moon Ice Cream in St. Joseph where folks can learn more about their community building activities.


EP221 Janis and Jorma 1964

An Historic early recording of Janis Joplin and Jorma Kaukonen


The Untold Story of the Great River Children’s Museum with Cassie Miles

In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with Cassie Miles from the Great River Children’s Museum. The museum is continuing to develop its location in downtown St. Cloud and will soon be a destination for families, learning, and fun with a variety of exhibits and activities. Information on their timeline and ways to help can be found online at greatrivercm.org.

This program was made possible through support from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.


MN Reads: “Making the Carry” by Timothy Cochrane

Author Timothy Cochrane talks about his new book “Making the Carry”


The Untold Story of Kenneth Watson and the 12 Faces of Sober

In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with SCSU and KVSC alumni Kenneth Watson. Watson is a bestselling author with his book 12 Faces of Sober that chronical is journey as a veteran and a student dealing with substance abuse issues. He will be on campus on Wednesday, March 22 in the Eastman Lounge at noon to speak about his book and to just hang out and talk in an event hosted by the Recovery Resource Center and the Veterans Resource Center.

This story was made possible through support from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.


MN Reads: “Surface Displacements” by Sheila Packa

Minnesota Book Award Finalist Sheila Packa talks about her book of poetry “Surface Displacements”


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