Judy Freed & Brad Donaldson
[1-22-2021]

Judy Freed and Brad Donaldson successfully use theater to create a collaborative experience linking the critical issues of non-profits with the community.

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[1-22-2021]

Laura Morlock, Dakota County Library
[1-22-2021]

Librarian and branch manager Laura Morlock shares how Dakota County Libraries have remained responsive and flexible to continue offering the high quality services and programs our community relies upon.

Dakota County Library website

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Ms. Morlock provided the CORRECTED hours of the Library:

Hours for All Dakota County Library Locations

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Check library locations and hours here

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Senator Jim Carlson, MN Senate District 51
[1-22-2021]

Senator Jim Carlson (MN SD51) has been a guest on Access to Democracy show since 2002. Jim regularly reports on doings in the MN Legislature and political issues of the day. On today’s visit, he and Alan talked about the (too) slow rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine, and problems with its distribution, as well as some ideas as to what might be implemented to improve it. Jim also prioritized the leading issues facing the legislature in the 2021 session, already in progress.

 

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[1-22-2021]

Dr. Erika Prijatelj, Life Coach

 
Life coach Dr. Erika Prijatelj combines more than 20 years of academic work and coaching experience to provide inclusive and holistic support for extra help and guidance to navigate the challenging moments of life – not just to survive but to thrive.


Erika Prijatelj, PhD
Life Coach
Psychologist
Theologian
 
prijatelj.coaching@gmail.com
857-269-5886

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Dr. Chaunda Scott and Dr. Charles Crutchfield – Minnesota’s Black Communities in the 21st Century
[1-8-2021]

Drs. Chaunda Scott and Charles Crutchfield, conduct a lively and informative discussion with Alan Miller about the book originally started by Walter Scott (Scott’s father) which chronicled and memorialized the history and participants in the history of the black community in Minnesota.

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