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Category: Culture

Clarkston Speaks, 2018 Clarkston Culture Festival

Clarkston Speaks, 2018 Clarkston Culture Festival

A Funky-Fresh Sound From Somalia, With A Political History

Imagine the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, in the 1980s. You can't, right? Neither can most music critics. That's why the recent re-release of a record by a popular '80s-era Mogadishu dance band has caught the attention of critics lately.
Dur-Dur Band interview by NPR

Somali Youth and Educators Share Experiences

Sagal Radio had an hour-long panel about Somali youth. Our guests included Bobby King, who teaches GED classes at the Clarkston Community Center, Hussein Samatar, a member of the school board in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and three Somali youth in high school or college.
How Somali youth are adapting in the United States

Hoggaamiyihii ugu weynaa burcad badeedda gobollada dhexe oo tanaasulay

  Qaar ka mid ah dhalinyaro hore uga mid ahaa burcad badeedda Soomaalida oo maanta shirk u qabtay magaalada Cadaado ee xarrunta maamulka Ximan iyo Xeeb, ayaa ka dhawaajiyay inay ka baxeen ka mid ahaanshiyaha burcad badeednimada.

Madaxtooyada oo beenisay in raysal wasaare la magacaabay

Madaxtooyada qaranka Soomaaliya, ayaa beenisay wararka sheegaya in raysal wasaare loo magacaabay Maxamed C/laahi Farmaajo, oo hore u soo noqday raysal wasaariha mid ka mid ah xukuumadihii KMG ahaa.

Desert Flower The Movie: a must watch for every young woman.

Desert Flower

Walk and Bike Safety: Featured Videos!

Sagal Radio created six pedestrian safety videos to help the Clarkston Active Living Initiative.

World Refugee Day 2012

The Clarkston community celebrated World Refugee Day on July 20, 2012 at the Clarkston Community Center, with the day's activities centered around the process of refugee to citizen.

Sagal Annual Friends Celebration: A Night of Radio & Entertainment

Sagal Radio has its second annual Friends Celebration Night on April 27, 2012 at the Clarkston Community Center.

African Immigrant and African-American Relations

The HEARMe Project holds a roundtable discussion about relationships between African immigrants and African-Americans in the United States in 2009.
Round Table Discussion Part 1
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