Using Poetry to Teach Anti-Racism ~ Movie Soundtracks ~ Plains Folk Essay
Friday, December 31, 2021 - We’re looking back on 2021. It was a big year for Minot native Joe Davis. He was named one of Living Lutheran's Top 10 Leaders Under 40. He uses poetry, music, dance, and theatre to teach anti-racism tactics and shape culture. We reair a conversation from March. ~~~ In this cold, it’s best to cuddle up with a movie, music, or a good conversation. How about all three! We reair a conversation from February with film Critic Matt Olien and music host Scott Prebys talking about where their passions intersect, soundtracks! Today they dive into their favorite composers of crime and espionage movies and tv shows. ~~~ Tom Isern shares a Plains Folk essay, Holding Hands on New Years Eve.