July 9, 2003
INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURE ON THE MILLE LACS RESERVATION (5:40)
In Central Minnesota, the Mille Lacs Band of the Ojibwe tribe has developed a distinctive style of architecture -- and it's not a wigwam. A look at this innovative building style from KFAI’s Sara Dick.
(Support for building Minnesota comes from the Minneapolis and Minnesota Chapters of the American Institute of Architects)
A YOUTH-RUN PEACE GARDEN (2:13)
KGNU-Boulder’s Youth Radio Project, Overdub, recently visited a youth-run community garden. Here’s Ben Hoeffle (HEFF-lee) speaking with two garden leaders—Vanessa and Shivaun.
BEAUTICIAINS IN RURAL AREAS HELP BATTERED WOMEN (7:33)
Laura Ratzloff of the Ithaca Radio Coalition reports on how beauticians have been trained to help Battered Women in Rural Communities. The Ithaca Radio Coalition produces the Ithaca Radio hour on WEOS, an NPR/Pacifica station in New York. The program is heard on a WEOS translator in Ithaca.
“THE BALLAD OF THE RE-APPEARED” (3:50)
Martin Cobin is a KGNU-Boulder volunteer, a man in his 80s, a carpenter, and a poet.
PROMETHEUS RADIO SAYS FIGHTS MEDIA CONSOLIDATION (5:15)
June 2nd, the Federal Communications Commission voted to allow commercial media corporations to buy and own more outlets in cities and towns across America. Does this mean that grassroots media has lost a key battle? According to Hannah Sassaman of the Prometheus Radio Project, the fight has just begun. Hannah argues that community radio stations need to continue covering media consolidation.