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DUE NORTH PODCAST

NORTHSIDE STORIES

RCFL Staff members Dylan Walker and Bex Klafter have conducted interviews in this 10-part series podcast of 30 minute episodes highlighting stories from North Minneapolis. This podcast provides a platform for residents in North Minneapolis to tell their stories through in-depth interviews with specific focus on just how North Minneapolis has shaped their lives, their views of what it takes to create beloved community, and whether or not they have experienced beloved community themselves.

 

Through this podcast, we hope to listen to and learn from our neighbors, all the while sharing the stories with all of you.

Joe Davis: local poet and resident in RCFL housing

Denetrick Powers: RCFL youth program alum and president of the Harrison Neighborhood Association

Jasmine Greene: Venture North barista, youth program coordinator, North Minneapolis resident, artist, and recent mother

Princess Titus & Michelle Horovitz: Founders of North Minneapolis-based food justice organization, Appetite for Change

Bertha McKinney: Community Liaison with Health Commons at the RCFL Living Room

Dr. Michael Brooks: Dentist at Northpoint

Lonna Field: Redeemer church member and previously RCFL youth staff

Paul Solomon Raymond: RCFL Director of Technology and Administration

Tootie Martin: RCFL board member, Redeemer Church member, and founder of Tootie’s Peanuts

Commissioner Irene Fernando: Hennepin County commissioner and Harrison Neighborhood resident

 

 

EPISODES

“I love the intentionality of the people here. It’s always the people who make the place… What keeps me here is definitely the people, and just the intentionality and the relationships and the authenticity and what I like to call the radical hospitality. I think that’s really beautiful and I haven’t seen that elsewhere... but it’s really deeply rooted here… cultivated over generations… I really appreciate that.” -- Joe Davis

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