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This just in from Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo:

Don't worry.  I washed my hands really well before I sent this podcastl, and I wore a surgical mask while recording the spot, so you should be okay.  I don't have Corona... I have Cooties... You know, "boy germs".

PEACE!

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It's the month of February and time to learn some Ojibwe language.  Today our puppet friends Natasha and Nana Boozhoo teach us NAMEBINI-GIIZIS "SUCKER-FISH MOON".  Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo is created by Michael Lyons and made possible on KAXE/KBXE by the MN Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. 

The Impeachment Trial continues on in our country...  If you used social media as an indicator both sides are more active than ever in politics….paying attention, consuming news, tweeting and more.  Is this the new activism or are we as a country actually LESS involved in politics than before we had all digital tools at hand. 

https://www.conservationcorps.org/americorps-opportunities

Today we talked with Hollis Emery - Program Director & Youth & Individual Placement Programs with Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa.  She told us about the opportunites for 18-25 year olds as well as students age 15-18. 

Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday.

On the Morning Show today we welcomed Chris Fulton - Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation (GRACF) Executive Director to tell us about Giving Tuesday and the Community Foundations they manage that have matching grants from the Blandin Foundation.

Remembering Milt Lee

Nov 11, 2019

Today we remembered KAXE/KBXE contributing producer Milt Lee who died last week. Michael Goldberg gives his thoughts and we hear  a portion of the last of the Call of The Wild series.  Our condolences to his wife Jamie Lee and family.

Today on the Monday Morning Show we heard from our puppet friends Nana Boozhoo and Natasha.  But Natasha was SICK!  Take a listen - and an extra bonus of a cover of "Take on Me".

Michael Lyons is the creator of Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo.  A podcast about Ojibwe language and Culture. 

Today on the Monday Morning Show we learned from our intrepid puppet friends Nana Boozhoo and Natasha The Serenity Prayer in Ojibwe.  Take a listen!  Our thanks to Michael Lyons for this production.

Listen here to this "very special" final wordish episode featuring: My last will and testament (kind of). Many thanks to all the writers who contributed to wordish, the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund, and the listener members of Northern Community Radio who made it possible.

From her most recent chapbook: Elemental, Julia Klatt Singer offers her insight on the malleable nature of copper

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