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Tune in this coming Monday from 9:00 am to 10:00 am on KFAI, (90.3 FM in Minneapolis, and 106.7 FM in St. Paul) to catch our upcoming program:

Monday, February 2, 2015

It is not big news to citizens who have been paying attention to developments in the Twin Cities Metro area that our suburbs are becoming more and more racially diverse. To date, however, these demographic shifts have not been reflected in the make-up of suburban city halls. This may be changing, however. In Brooklyn Center, where whites now make up a minority of city residents, April Graves was recently elected as that city’s first African-American city council member. And in Brooklyn Park, veteran community activist Joy Marsh Stephens ran a spirited campaign for mayor against a well-established incumbent—and in the process laid down a strong foundation for future efforts to build a more inclusive city hall.

Join Truth to Tell co-hosts Tom O'Connell and Siobhan Kierans at 9 a.m. on Monday as they ask April Graves and Joy Marsh Stephens to share their perspectives on the opportunities and challenges of building more inclusive communities and political representation in suburban Minnesota.

 

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Monday, January 26, 2015

Join Siobhan Kierans and Tom O’Connell on TruthToTell Monday at 9 a.m. when they discuss Minnesota’s reprise role in the movie-making business.  Our guests include Lucinda Winter, executive director of the Minnesota Film Board; award-winning documentary filmmaker J.T. Haines of Northland Films; writer/director/actor Ralph Matthews of Family Film Productions; and former Maple Lake mayor and Twin Cities actor Mike O’Loughlin, author of the Shamrock Grant movie rebate.