January 23, 1974 - Theologian and philosopher Rubem Alves speaking at Nobel Conference X: The Quest for Peace held at Gustavus Adolphus College. Alves's speech was titled “Diagnosis of a Sickness: The Will to War.”
January 24, 1974 - Psychiatrist and author Robert Jay Lifton speaking at Nobel Conference X: The Quest for Peace held at Gustavus Adolphus College. Lifton's speech was titled “Survival and Transformation: From War to Peace.”
January 25, 1974 - A discussion on picking juries for Wounded Knee trial. Dulcie Lawrence interviews social psychologists Jay Schulman and Richard Christie on how to pick a jury for AIM trial from the standpoint of a social/psychological profile of the population of the judicial district.
April 29, 1974 - Robert Theobald, future planner and editor of "Futures Conditional", opened Judd Urban Forum at Augsburg College with a one-hour address entitled, "How is the World Changing? Options and Preferences".
May 7, 1974 - A peace rally at the University of Minnesota in May, 1974, Mulford Q. Sibley talks about the anti-war movement.
July 13, 1974 - “In Search of Americanism” program collects various interviews and views of citizens from the Fargo-Moorhead area on what America is, what our culture and beliefs are, and our common ideals, and perceptions on patriotism.
July 19, 1974 - A recap of a women's mini-college program held at Fergus Falls Community College on women searching for self, sponsored in part by the Minnesota Humanities Commission and the AAUW. Bill Siemering and Marylin Proyce present highlights of program, including interviews and speeches.
August 30, 1974 - Agnes Lamont, mother of Buddy Lamont, who was killed at Wounded Knee in 1973, is interviewed by Kevin McKiernan. Lamont discusses Oglala Sioux on Pine Ridge Reservation.
November 8, 1974 - Connie Goldman attended a workshop of welfare workers, social service agencies and law enforcement personnel on the topic of incest. Goldman collected interviews from various members of workshop, and a speech from Dr. John Brantner of the Division of Health Care Psychology at the University of Minnesota Hospitals.
November 15, 1974 - Dr. David Ward, professor of criminal justice at University of Minnesota, speaking on possible techniques to standardize and equalize the now very arbitrary process of parole. Speech was given at a quarterly meeting of the Minnesota Department of Corrections, where Ward was the keynote speaker.