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18 Unique Stations from Border to Border

Soul Birth

After a tumultuous week, we’re joined by one of the only Black male doulas in the state, William Moore. With a high percentage of Black women still dying from difficulties during birth, the importance of community advocates is more crucial now than ever.



With the upcoming closing of the Racial Reckoning Project, Georgia and reporter Feven Gerezgiher reflect on their time together and how this project has brought them some hope during a difficult time.

Every Child Matters: Bemidji’s 1st Orange Shirt Day

Bemidji recently held its first Orange Shirt Day: Every Child Matters event. Attendees recognized the significant impact residential boarding schools have had on Indigenous communities. They shared stories, celebrated lives, sent prayers, and raised hope.

What is American Art?

What is American art? And, who is considered an American Artist? Just a few of the questions we had as we welcome Dr. Kate Beane who will be taking up the position of Executive Director at the Minnesota Museum of American Art.

Racism, Sexism, and White Women

Through anecdotal stories, What’s Up With White Women? invites white women to look closely at their life experiences in an effort to generate awareness of their role in perpetuating patterns of injustice. Authors Ilsa Govan and Tilman Smith joined the morning show to discuss the missteps they made that inspired the book as well as ways white women can ultimately be agents of change in their communities

Centerstage Minnesota, November 26, 2021

Centerstage Minnesota features Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music including Lady Midnight, Soo Line Loons, The Slamming Doors, Sarah Morris, Kind Country, Leslie Rich and the Rocket Soul Choir and more.


Word Up! today on Stay Human – linger in the linguacious, with storyteller Terry O’Brien’s Death by Dictionary, Leah Lemm’s “Words”, and essays from Steve Downing, Jeff Weintraub and Scott Stowell, on the evolution of writing, and the abracadabra of language. Words and music, celebrating the Joy of Lex.

Happy Trails

With firearms season over for this year, it’s safe to get back up into the woods. Today on Stay Human, it’s happy trails – Dan Hegstad is fat tire biking ay Cayuga, Joel Sjogren takes a tour of Red Head Mountain Bike Park, Cory Kolodji tests himself on the Superior Hiking Trail, and Matthew Miltich takes a life-changing journey down the oldest trail in northern Minnesota. Story and song keep us moving along, on Stay Human.

Ross Sutter Performs Swedish Music at Christmas and All Year Round

Ross Sutter researches and performs traditional Swedish songs and tunes at Christmas and all-year round. In a conversation with Phil Nusbaum, Ross tells of some of the rare songs and tunes he’s come up with.

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