Saturdays 9AM - 10AM
Connections gives us the chance to examine a wider perspective that may just inspire us to DO something!
Engaging conversations will explore both the celebrations of living as well as the challenges we face—stories of who Twin Citians are, what we think about, and what we get out and “do” is the heart of our show. Woven into these stories may be possible innovative solutions, we may address our disconnects, find new ways of looking at our questions, or we may just take time to enjoy who we are and the wonderful ways we are connected. Our show is mostly Twin Cities based, although we do occasionally host national and international guests.
Thought leaders, artists, educators, nonprofit advocates, scientists, healthcare professionals, community organizers, politicians, business innovators . . . are just a sampling of the guests you may hear when listening to Connections Radio.
Listen in, join the conversation and “get connected”.
Laurie talks with activist and advocate Asma Mohamed about the results of the recent municipal elections in Minneapolis,
Discussing racism in the contexts of white privilege on today’s show.
Michael Dardis of the Bloomington Remembers Veterans group joins Laurie to discuss the planned Bloomington Veterans Memorial.
Today’s show is co-produced with Malissa Stanton Adams of the Diversity Institute as Laurie and Malissa discuss racial healing.
Laurie talks with guests discuss the sexual abuse scandal at Children’s Theatre in Mpls. and efforts to protect children and others in theatre education programs.
Malissa Stanton Adams of the Diversity Institute joins Laurie as they reflect on 9/11 and its implications on today’s racism.
Laurie and guests discuss lobbying during the last MN legislative session.
Laurie and Malissa Adams discuss inter-racial friendship.