November 22, 1974 - Report on tenant unions, with various interviews and commentaries from advocates. They speak on housing issues and related laws.
November 27, 1974 - The “future of public television” was the discussion for a conference held at Spring Hill Conference Center in Wayzata, Minnesota. Three highlighted speakers were Henry Loomis, Chairman of the Board of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Ralph Rogers, Board Chairman of PBS; and Glen Robinson, former University of Minnesota Law Professor, now with the FCC.
January 24, 1975 - Interview with Kevin McKiernan on tape recorded at the Alexian Novitiate on January 22, 1975. McKiernan details what transpired in creating recording of interview and getting tape out of Gresham.
February 14, 1975 - Gwyn Jones-Davis, head of Antioch Communiversity in North Minneapolis, speaks on juvenile delinquent rehabilitation programs at a hearing on behalf of defendant J.E.C. Report includes statements by Hennepin County Court Services Director Kenneth Young; Hennepin County District Court Judge Lindsay Arthur; Minnesota Corrections Commissioner Kenneth Schoen; Hennepin County Attorneys Representative Leonard Broad; and Jim Krieger of the Legal Rights Center, Inc. in Minneapolis, attorney for J.E.C.
February 24, 1975 - A survey of the activities in and around the Alexian Brothers Monastery in Gresham, Wisconsin during the takeover by members of the Menominee Warrior Society. Includes comments by members of the Warrior Society, Ada Deer, Dennis Banks, National Guard commander Colonel Hugh Simonson, and others.
May 22, 1975 - Judge Lisa Richette, author of "The Throwaway Children", speaking on children's rights at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth.
May 24, 1975 - In this MPR Special, State Capitol reporter Dulcie Lawrence summarizes some of the highlights of the session, with commentary and taped excerpts from floor sessions, committee meetings, and interviews.
August 14, 1975 - Kevin McKiernan reports on the conviction of Leonard Crowdog, Stan Holder, and Carter Camp for incidents that grew out of the Wounded Knee affair. Report contains various excerpts of interviews and comments of members involved with trial.
September 29, 1975 - Kevin McKiernan spent several weeks in South Dakota reporting on various events in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation - including the fatal shooting of two FBI agents and an Indian at the end of June. While there, McKiernan had a conversation with a Rapid City businessman, the night manager of a Western goods store, who asks to remain anonymous. The businessman discusses how Indian people are viewed by some people in the Rapid City white community.
September 29, 1975 - Kevin McKiernan spent several weeks in South Dakota reporting on various events in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation - including the fatal shooting of two FBI agents and an Indian at the end of June. While there, McKiernan recorded the attitudes and feelings of South Dakota residents, both white and Indian. This is an interview with Pine Ridge medicine man Selo Black Crow. Black Crow begins by relating the story of a white sheriff who leased his land to a third party for cattle grazing. Black Crow imprisoned the cattle and was threatened by the FBI with a charge of cattle rustling. Here is his account of the standoff and its resolution.