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Counter Stories: American Insurrection

Can America move forward? Can we “heal” without honesty? The Counter Stories crew share their reactions to the events that unfolded in the US Capitol on January 6th examining the intersections of race, religion and history, and how these powerful elements have repeatedly been used to subjugate the lives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community.



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.

Episode 6: Sir Lucius

In this episode of Local Vibes, Sir Lucius talks about the nostalgic nature behind his latest project “Public Access Memories,” connecting with family, and the best and worst performances of his career.

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.


Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! It’s our monthly tribute to members of the MN Association of Songwriters, all holiday tunes, including artists Colleen Dillion, Bob Muscovitz, Greg Connor and more!. And we report on a Denver beer called “Pretzel Assassin–all on MHB!

(Aired December 2 2021)

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.

Karen Drift WOTD – I got a new dress

Karen Drift Anishinaabe Word of The Day – I got a new dress

Karen Drift WOTD – Drive Safe as you go home

Karen Drift Anishinaabe Word of The Day – Drive Safe as you go home

Karen Drift WOTD – What did you cook for breakfast?

Karen Drift Anishinaabe Word of The Day – What did you cook for breakfast?

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