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Megan Germundson, Podcast Reporter

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Episode 70: The day after Election Day

Episode 70: The day after Election Day

November 12, 2020
The "In The Know" team covers the post-election protest that shut down 1-94 last Wednesday.
Episode 68: From celebration to structural support: new CEHD program aims to support Tribal College transfers

Episode 68: From celebration to structural support: new CEHD program aims to support Tribal College transfers

October 29, 2020
At the first Indigenous Culture Week hosted by the Circle of Indigenous Nations at the University of Minnesota, celebrations and issues impacting the American Indian community were at the forefront of panel discussions. Speakers said that to fully feel supported at the University of Minnesota, American Indian students need tailored support and resources, much like a new program that is in the works within CEHD.
Episode 66: What is 'community control' of the police — and who is calling for it?

Episode 66: What is ‘community control’ of the police — and who is calling for it?

October 15, 2020
In this episode, we interview two local groups who are advocating for “community control” of the police. Representatives from the Twin Cities Coalition for Justice 4 Jamar and the University of Minnesota’s Students for a Democratic Society talk about what community control is, what it would look like in action and where the idea came from.
Episode 64:  Protest to Progress

Episode 64: Protest to Progress

October 1, 2020
In this special episode, we share some highlights from a panel of young activists and organizers from the Minnesota Daily's First Amendment Celebration.
Episode 62: Meet Dr. Alexander

Episode 62: Meet Dr. Alexander

September 17, 2020
After a summer of protests surrounding issues of police brutality and civil rights, the University of Minnesota is starting off the school year by bringing in an expert to review safety and equity on campus and in the UMPD. In this episode, we interviewed Dr. Cedric L. Alexander, the civic leader, trained clinical psychologist and former police chief appointed to conduct the assessment.