January 22, 2016 —
April 21, 2009 — Two girls, Sabina Zimering and Lucy Smith, hid from the Nazis in Poland during World War II. They survived the Holocaust and live in Minnesota today. Zimering wrote her story in the book, "Hiding in the Open." Both women were interviewed by MPR's Dan Olson for the "Voices of Minnesota" series.
August 16, 2006 — Voices of Minnesota visits two activists: Dr. Steve Miles and Laura Waterman Wittstock. Miles is author of a new book about the role American physicians played in torture in Iraq and Afghanistan. Wittstock is the first American Indian to win the coveted Louis W. Hill Jr. fellowship in philanthropy at the University of Minnesota.
December 11, 2003 — A remembrance of the late Gisela Konopka, U of M professor, an expert on helping troubled kids. The internationally known University of Minnesota professor of social work died Tuesday (12/09/2003). She was born in Berlin, Germany, and was a resistance fighter during World War II. She was interviewed in 1995 for MPR's Voices of Minnesota series.
November 28, 2003 — In two Voices of Minnesota conversations, two men, Howard Sivertson and Walter Sve, who grew up in fishing families on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It's a way of life that's practically disappeared.
August 14, 2002 — MPR series "Voices of Minnesota" features interviews with World War II military veterans Avis Schorer and Ken Porwoll.
July 1, 2002 — The July edition of MPR's Voices of Minnesota series features resigned bishop James Shannon and Pam Costain, the retiring head of the Resource Center of the Americas.
June 7, 2002 — The June edition of MPR's "Voices of Minnesota" series, featuring Alexander Braginsky of the ePiano competition and St. Olaf Choir Director Anton Armstrong.
March 29, 2002 — The March edition of MPR's "Voices of Minnesota" series, featuring Amal Yusuf of the Somalian Women's Association, Sister Gabrielle Herber and Rabbi Marcia Zimmerman.
March 14, 2002 — Minnesota Public Radio presents "Voices of Minnesota." In this month's edition, we'll hear two accounts of American Indian children growing up under extraordinarily difficult circumstances. Also, a heartwarming account about Chisholm's eight Valentini brothers - the most members of a Minnesota family to serve in World War II.