On Today’s Episode: A Brief Explanation of Podcasts

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Although podcast technology has been around for over a decade, the idea of podcasting–and how to access podcasts once they’re produced–has been met with some confusion . So, for those of you who haven’t yet discovered the joy of the podcast, read on for some background, instruction, and ideas about how podcasting can work for […]

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Glenn Ford – Food Deserts

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Glenn Ford – Food Deserts March 9, 2013 This month Glenn Ford, CEO of Praxis Marketplace provides a sobering and inspirational view of food deserts, social determinants of health, and his new grocery store on Plymouth and Penn – Happily serving urban food traditions.

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Buy Local (Energy) with John Farrell

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  Buy Local (Energy) with John Farrell January 13, 2013 We launch 2013 with John Farrell, Senior Researcher at the local Institute for Local Self-Reliance and organizer for the Minneapolis Energy Options campaign. The grassroots campaign is challenging the energy monopoly of Xcel and Centerpoint Energy and creates a vision to give the citys homes and businesses a clean, […]

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Tom Berg and Rep. Martin Sabo discuss a Minnesota Miracle

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Tom Berg and Rep. Martin Sabo discuss a Minnesota Miracle December 8, 2012 This month its a discussion of Tom Bergs new book, Minnesota Miracle, by two people at the center of a state that worked in the 1970s, Tom Berg and former U.S. Rep. Martin Sabo.  

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Higher Education: Problems and Prospects

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  Higher Education: Problems and Prospects October 13, 2012 This month we talk with the Director of the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, Larry Pogemiller about the challenges of higher education access for Minnesota students.  His office is a cabinet-level state agency that provides students with financial aid programs and information to help them gain access to postsecondary […]

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Minnesota Care

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Minnesota Care September 8, 2012 Sen. Linda Berglin and Rep. Lee Greenfield  discuss Minnesota Care (MNCare), a subsidized health care program for people who live in Minnesota and do not have access to health insurance. MNCare was created in 1992 by the Minnesota Legislature (a part of the Grand Consensus) and is administered by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. […]

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Civil Rights and the Minnesota Marriage Amendment

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Civil Rights and the Minnesota Marriage Amendment July 14th, 2012 Richard Carlbom joins the Stone Arch conversation for a discussion of civil rights and the constitutional ballot measure on marriage. He is the Campaign Manager of Minnesotans United for All Families, the official campaign that will defeat the constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.

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The Grand Consensus with Iric Nathanson and Lori Sturdevant

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The Grand Consensus with Iric Nathanson and Lori Sturdevant June 9th, 2012 Iric Nathanson and Lori Sturdevant host a conversation on Irics new history project, A Grand Consensus, examining the unique historical features that put Minnesota on the cover of Time Magazine as a State That Works.

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Taxes with the MN Budget Project’s Nan Madden

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Taxes with the MN Budget Project’s Nan Madden April 14th, 2012 This podcast features Nan Madden, Director, MN Budget Project at the MN Council of Nonprofits. Madden is an active voice for tax fairness, a balanced approach to MN’s budget, adequate funding for government programs and author of numerous publications on fiscal issues and economic self-sufficiency.

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Elizabeth Frost, MD

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Elizabeth Frost, MD March 10th, 2012 Elizabeth Frost, co-chair of Physicians for a National Health Program  (PNHP) talks about health care reform.

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