Soul-Collective

On this episode, Anthony and Georgia discuss the recent violence enacted on protesters demanding justice for Winston Smith and check in with local poet and executive director of TruArtSpeaks Tish Jones on how she is experiencing this moment from a collect

Juneteenth Now a Federal Holiday

The new federal holiday recognizes the end of slavery in 1865. But activists worry the new holiday is an empty gesture if it isn’t accompanied by meaningful racial progress. Feven Gerezgiher reports.

Despite Setbacks, Line 3 Protests Continue

As construction on the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline continues, so too does resistance against its completion. The Fire Light Camp set up base near La Salle Lake for eight days before being escorted out by the Clearwater County Sheriff, at the request of Enbri

In Wake of Winston Smith’s Death, Yet Another Fatality

Deona Marie Knajdek was at an Uptown intersection mourning the death of Winston Smith with other protesters when a man rammed his car at high speed into Knadjek’s vehicle, which was parked to shield the crowd from traffic. Knadjek was killed and three oth

Remembering the Duluth Lynching

On June 15, 1920 a white mob killed three young Black men accused of the alleged rape of a white woman. At a Minnesota Humanities Center event on Monday, speakers reflected on the legacy of lynching and racial violence in Minnesota. Feven Gerezgiher repor

Soul-Mates

This week, Anthony and Georgia recap recent developments in the Winston Smith Case along with their spouses who have been experiencing this moment both as themselves and in support of their partners covering this reckoning real-time. Guests: Alanna Gallow

Protesters Rally Against Line 3

From northern Minnesota to the metro area, protesters have mobilized this week against the construction of the Line 3 oil sands pipeline. The movement is led by Indigenous women; they emphasize the pipeline violates agreements upholding the Anishinaabe pe

North Mpls High School Class Examines Public Safety

At PYC Arts and Technology High School, students are learning how to navigate and address police and community violence. The class covers policing past and present, public safety models in other countries, and the role of youth in liberation struggles. Th