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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.
February 28, 2000 — The February edition of Voices of Minnesota highlights the work of two African American women. MPR’s Stephanie Curtis interviews Mary Easter, Northfield dancer and choreographer, who discusses the political nature of her work. MPR’s Dan Olson interviews Dr. Geneva Southall, author and retired University of Minnesota Afro-American Studies history professor, who talks about her personal reflections on race, and her research on "Blind Tom" (Thomas Green Wiggins).
February 17, 1999 — The February edition of our Voices of Minnesota series, featuring three pioneering Minnesota doctors: Dr. John Wild, who developed ultrasound for detecting breast cancer; Dr. Arne Anderson, a founder of the Minneapolis Children's Medical Center; and Dr. Betty Jerome, the first director of Teenage Medical Service in Minneapolis.
January 6, 1999 — The January edition of Voices of Minnesota, featuring two retiring University of Minnesota professors internationally known for their work in global warming and acid rain: Dean Abrahamson and Eville Gorham.
December 12, 1998 — Our Voices of Minnesota series features Minneapolis astronaut Colonel Bob Cabana who is commanding the Space Shuttle Endeavor, which is set for launch Thursday morning to begin building the International Space Station. He speaks with reporter Mark Zdechlik.
October 28, 1998 — The October edition of our "Voices of Minnesota" series featuring two long-time Minnesota political activists, Geri Joseph of the DFL and Republican Kathleen Ridder. Two women who have played a major role in shaping politics in Minnesota.
August 24, 1998 — Our monthly "Voices of Minnesota" series features former Minneapolis Mayor and former MN Congressman Don Fraser and Minneapolis attorney Leonard Lindquist.
May 29, 1998 — University of Minnesota historian Hy Berman is featured in Minnesota Public Radio's "Voices of Minnesota" series.