Listen to MPR

Stations | Podcasts | More StreamsHide Streams

The Human Potential Discussion Continues: Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline

The Human Potential Discussion Continues: Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline

MPR News and the Fitzgerald Theater hosted a conversation on why students of color are caught in the school-to-prison pipeline. Review the liveblog and updates from MPR News and MPR Generation Listen on the liveblog, and share your own response on social media using hashtag #humanpotential

Upcoming Events

MPR Connects Rochester

October 27, 6:00pm | Rochester, MN | Tickets

Find more events

Around MPR

Fall Member Drive Update

Over 9,300 Members donated in our Fall Member Drive. Your support powers great radio! Learn more about MPR Membership here.

Contact us

Reach us with your comments and questions about programs, website content or your membership.

MPR | APM Annual Report

Legacy Amendment Projects

Legacy Amendment Projects

Programming and Projects Supported by Minnesota Legacy Amendment's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund

What Members are Saying

MPR is a member-supported, community-based public radio service. Each one of our members’ contributions are vital to our ability to bring news and music to their communities.

Want to be a part of our success? Give now.

From Our Services

MPR News

Sick of ugly politics? Here's a civil campaign in Minnesota

Red Lake Falls resident Lorraine Schmidt works in her yard.

Need a break from American political bitterness? Come to far northwestern Minnesota, where two political newbies seeking an open state Senate seat share a mutual respect for each other and are focused on issues.

The Current

The Staves’ guide to Minneapolis

“Every time you go to a gig, there’ll be at least one person wearing Eaux Claires merch.” Camilla Stavely-Taylor, one third of English band the Staves, is sitting near the door of Muddy Waters. Her sisters, Jess and Emily — the other two thirds of the band — are enthusiastic as they look up from their menus to nod. Jess…

Classical MPR

Classical news: Composers of color are 'effectively silenced,' says Eleanor Alberga

Eleanor Alberga

This week's top classical news stories include a composer speaking out against racism in classical music; a piano prize for Benjamin Grosvenor; and a tragedy in the family of one of the Piano Guys.