December 31, 1993 - On this final program of Worldview, Host Mike Maus provides a farewell commentary on the two-and-half years of presenting this hour long daily program on international affairs.
November 26, 1993 -
November 26, 1993 - Kurdistan Workers' Party
September 24, 1993 - An interview about Hmong storytelling with local musician/performer. Segment includes translation of story and a musical performance.
September 21, 1993 -
September 21, 1993 - Augsburg Fortress Publishers
August 19, 1993 -
July 26, 1993 - Marsha Freeman, senior fellow at the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and director of the International Women's Rights Action Watch.
May 6, 1993 - A coalition of large Midwestern churches is planning an assault on Russian poverty this spring that will focus on streamlining food production and making farmers independent of government support. Heading the Russian Farm Project are the Rev. David Tyler Scoates, senior minister of Hennepin Avenue Methodist Church in Minneapolis , and Ralph Hofstad, former chief executive officer of Land O'Lakes Inc. The project is affiliated with Churches Uniting in Global Mission, a loosely organized relief agency founded by the Rev. Robert Schuller, senior minister of the Crystal Cathedral in California, Schuller's Sunday morning weekly television broadcast is seen by 10 million viewers across Russia. Churches Uniting was organized outside traditional church relief organizations to fill a need for a rapid response to global hunger. In the case of the Russian Farm Project, the mission will be launched, with approval of both the U.S. and Russian governments, less than a year after it's conception. "In Moscow I told them we wanted to be their partners," Scoates said, "and that we would return to plant seeds of hope, seeds of faith, seeds of friendship and seeds in their fields on May Day, 1993." Hofstad said test plots of potato crops will be planted during the first year of operation.
April 23, 1993 - MPR’s Mike Maus interviews Minnesotan author Marie Lee on her young adult novel If It Hadn’t Been for Yoon Jun. Following a reading segment, Lee discusses the struggles of integrating her Korean and American identities and of feeling different than most other adolescents in her youth.