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KMOJ radio documentary, Sex Trafficking: The New Slavery

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KMOJ Hosts Chantel SinGs and Freddie Bell shine a light on how sex trafficking hurts women and our communities. The program explores the causes behind this violent and illegal economy. And how some brave survivors are finding freedom. The program features interviews with Breaking Free survivors, Rev. Alika Galloway and the survivors’ group at Liberty Community Church, UROC (Lauren Martin), a trucker with Brenny Trucking in St. Cloud (Truckers against Trafficking), Logan Tootle (MWIRC), Josh Waltzing from Alexandria (Men as Peacemakers) and more.

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Workshops offer training for new church organists

Music professor George French is leading workshops in rural communities with the goal of teaching piano players to make the switch to the organ. This will help area churches who have difficulty finding organists for their services.


Native Lights – Honoring the Life and Legacy AIM Co-Founder Clyde Bellecourt (1938-2022) – Part 2

This is the second part of our special edition show, honoring the life and legacy of NeeGawNwayWeeDun, The Thunder Before the Storm, who was known by his colonial name Clyde Bellecourt.


Strong Women: She Leads Event

Maria Surma Manka, Co-Founder & Co-Chair of Women’s Leadership Fund and Sandi Larson, Director of Women’s Business Alliance join Heidi Holtan on the Thursday Morning Show. They are here to announce “She Leads,” an up-coming event to support the ideas and needs of women entrepreneurs in Central and North Central Minnesota. This event pairs women entrepreneurs with a small group of local experts to give instant feedback on their business.


Beyond the Swan Song

One of the most distinctive sounds in nature is the call of the trumpeter swan. Today, essayist Aaron Brown recalls the sound and its meaning in our changing world.


Minnesota’s Women Of Song #9

Joni Peterson produces this monthly spotlight that focuses on some of the many women singers, songwriters, and musicians who have roots in Minnesota.


Minnesota’s Women Of Song #8

Joni Peterson produces this monthly spotlight that focuses on some of the many women singers, songwriters, and musicians who have roots in Minnesota.


Minnesota’s Women Of Song #7

Joni Peterson produces this monthly spotlight that focuses on some of the many women singers, songwriters, and musicians who have roots in Minnesota.


Minnesota’s Women Of Song #6

Joni Peterson produces this monthly spotlight that focuses on some of the many women singers, songwriters, and musicians who have roots in Minnesota.


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