Tonight at 5pm in Bemidji, Rail River Folk School hosts Jeremy Nevilles-Sorell who will facilitate Ending Violence: What Men Can Do. Nevilles-Sorell is the Training and Resource Director for Mending the Sacred Hoop, a non-profit dedicated to improving lives of native people by disrupting cycles of violence in the native community and working to end violence against women and children.
Professor, author and cultural trainer Anton Treuerstopped by the KBXE studio recently. In this segment of Area Voices: Anishinaabenaajimon, Treuer reflects on the Dakota Access Pipeline and current Minnesota pipeline activity.
Northern Minnesota writer Michael Meuers has published his first novel The Road to Ponemah: The Teachings of Larry Stillday. He stopped by the KBXE studio recently and spoke to producer Katie Carter about Larry Stillday, why he wrote the book, and the impact he hopes it has on readers.
Area Voices tells the arts, culture and history stories of northern Minnesota. Northern Community Radio on-air volunteer Dan Gannon had the privilege of talking with three area youth who have traveled to North Dakota and taken part in the Standing Rock protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Listen as they share why they went, what it was like, and the impact this movement is having on their generation.