This week, we revisit one of our favorite shows with Fartu Weli, the executive director of Isuroon. Our conversation will cover the importance of Somali-American women having their own space, female genital mutilation, and important changes that are happening in Somali-American communities in Minnesota. Tune in this Sunday at 2 pm, or listen to our podcast anytime!
Tune in to A Woman’s Place this Sunday at 2 pm to hear a great conversation with Michael Aruflo of the DNC. We’re going to talk about what it’s like to be a delegate, the historical significance of the event, and hear a little about Michael’s immigration story. Join us this Sunday, or listen to our podcast anytime!
This week on A Woman’s Place we’re thrilled to have Deborah Watts, of the Emmentt Till Legacy Foundation. Ms. Watts is the cousin of Emmentt Till, and we will discuss what Emmentt Till’s mother was like, The Emmentt Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act 2016, and the culture of policism. Be a part of our conversation, this Sunday at 2 pm on AM950!
Next Up: We have Terri Bonoff, a Congressional candidate from District 3. Previously Terri served in the MN State Senate, and wants to take her platforms farther. We will be discussing why she wants to run for Congress, as well as some of the values she will be fighting for. Don't miss a chance to get to know this great candidate Sunday at 2 pm on AM950!
This week on A Woman's Place, we have two fabulous guests calling in. The first is Atima Omara of the Young Democrats of America, and we'll discuss Hillary's merits as a potential presidential candidate. Then Stephanie Schriock of Emily's List will be calling in to discuss the email server issue as well as Hillary's knack for helping democratic candidates up and down the ticket. Tune in this Sunday for two great conversations, or check out our podcast anytime!
Next Up: Trista Matascastillo of the Minnesota Humanities Center is in the studio to discuss Veterans affairs. We will also be discussing the upcoming Veteran's Voices awards and the Echoes of War discussion. Tune in to hear how female veterans are making their voices heard, this weekend on A Woman's Place!
This week, Ken Martin is on A Woman's Place to talk politics. We're going to discuss which races Democrats need to keep an eye on for this election cycle, as well as the state of the party after the state convention. Joins us Sunday at 2 to learn a little more about the DFL, and why electing those candidates is important. Only on am950!
Betty, the host of A Womans Place, is a former member of the state legislature, a wife, mother, daughter, business woman, and civic leader.