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Missing In Action: Women Coaches

In 1972, Title IX came into effect. Title IX is a civil rights law that prohibits gender discrimination on any federally funded education program...

The People’s Protectors (Full Episode)

Four Native American veterans reflect on their experiences in the military during the divisive Vietnam War and how their communities helped them carry their...

Introducing Long Lost: A Special Investigative History Series

Minnesota Experience is embarking on a new project, with author Jack El-Hai, that explores one of the state’s oldest active missing persons cases. The...
Sovereign Nations: Giving Visibility

How Do Tribal Nations Govern Themselves?

Tribal nations have always had formal ways of self-governing. Take a closer look at local Tribes’ exercising their inherent rights to land, culture, and...

Cheryl Reeve On Being A Female Role Model

During an interview for the documentary Game On: Women Can Coach, Cheryl Reeve, head coach and general manager of the Minnesota Lynx, reflects on...

Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian (Full Episode)

This documentary follows Kate Beane, a young Dakota woman, as she examines the extraordinary life of her celebrated relative, Charles Eastman, also known by...

MN Republicans Fight for Black Voting Rights and Win… 150 Years...

Voting rights were a hot topic on election day in Minnesota one hundred and fifty years ago. In 1868, Minnesota’s Republican party focused its...

Dakota Exile

  Beginning in 1862, the federal and state government began to drive the Dakota people from Minnesota. The story of their exile is told through...

The Past Is Alive Within Us: The U.S.-Dakota Conflict

  This documentary examines one of the most difficult chapters in Minnesota’s history: the state’s involvement in the Dakota War against the backdrop of the...

Portrait of an Artist as a Healer and Trickster Organizer

  Ricardo Levins Morales encourages hope through works of art. His studio and showroom is located at 3260 Minnehaha Avenue South, in the Longfellow neighborhood...