November 15, 1996 - A call-in program with studio guest Hubert H. Humphrey III, Minnesota's Attorney General. He will be answering MPR listener questions about the prevention of violence. Part 2: Excerpt from a 1982 interview with writer Meridel Le Sueur, who died Thursday at the age of 96.
November 15, 1996 - The words of longtime writer and political activist Meridel Le Sueur, who died yesterday at the age of 96. Le Seur objected to being called one of Minnesota's "treasures" -- that's a patriarchal term, she said -- but she was regarded that way. Meridel Le Sueur chronicled the suffering of women and families during the Great Depression. She was a blacklisted social activist, stuntwoman and - for a time - the voice of Betty Crocker.
May 13, 1994 -
April 8, 1994 -
March 31, 1994 - An interview and a review of Martha Boesing's play, "Hard Times Come Again No More."
March 31, 1994 - An interview with Martha Boesing, a playwright who wrote a biographical play of her friend Meridel Le Sueur.
July 5, 1993 -
July 5, 1993 - An MPR documentary called "The Voice of Meridel Le Sueur" followed by a reading of Le Sueur's essay, "I Was Marching."
May 24, 1991 - Guthrie Theater actress Sally Wingert reads the Meridel Le Sueur essay, "I Was Marching.”
August 1, 1982 -