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MPR News with Kerri Miller

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Conversations on news and culture with Kerri Miller. Weekdays from MPR News.

Latest Episodes

The continued spread of COVID-19 cases

New outbreaks of COVID-19 in Iran, Italy and South Korea have officials on high alert as efforts to contain and prevent the spread of the respiratory virus continue. The spread of this strain of coronavirus — which has been classified as a global health emergency — has the potential to become a pandemic, but isn’t at that level yet, according to the head of the World Health Organization. WHO officials believe the illness in China “peaked and plateaued” earlier in February. Overall, cases have been confirmed in 32 countries. Host Kerri Miller talked with an epidemiologist about what a pandemic designation would mean, the latest on the spread of the virus and whether it can be contained. Guest: Jennifer Nuzzo is an epidemiologist and senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Baltimore.

15 MIN2 d ago
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The continued spread of COVID-19 cases

Nevada caucus results

Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses handily, based on significant support from both white and Latino voters and among voters under age 65. Beyond his win, Nevada has spurred conversations about the caucus process and what the results may reveal about upcoming contests in other states. Kerri Miller talked with a political scientist from the Silver State about the results of the primary, the debate over superdelegates and what candidates learned in Nevada as they try to connect with voters in upcoming primaries. Guest: Precious Hall is a professor of political science at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nev.

11 MIN5 d ago
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Nevada caucus results

Author Dina Nayeri on breaking down stereotypes of the refugee experience

When she was 8 years old, Dina Nayeri fled the Iranian revolution with her mother and brother, leaving behind her father. Her family settled in the United States, where she learned that acclimating to an adoptive country is an uphill battle. In her first nonfiction book, “The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You,” Nayeri shares her story and that of other asylum seekers in hopes of breaking down misconceptions of the refugee experience. The title of the book may come off as brash, but Nayeri says she is thankful for her journey and adoptive home. “We are grateful, we do love our country … but that gratitude is private. It can’t be channeled, it can’t be forced,” she said. MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with author Dina Nayeri about her new book, “The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You,” and what it means to be a refugee. Guests: Dina Nayeri, author of “The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You”

36 MIN5 d ago
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Author Dina Nayeri on breaking down stereotypes of the refugee experience

An exploration of women at work

How are women changing the modern workforce? According to photographer and author Chris Crisman, their roles — and the jobs they hold — continue to expand and shift. These changes haven’t come without challenges; women have had to push for space in male-dominated industries and to overcome misconceptions based on gender, class and race. Kerri Miller talks with Crisman about his book of portraits and essays, “Women’s Work: Stories From Pioneering Women Shaping Our Workforce;” his inspiration to portray this facet of today’s workforce and society, and where future generations can find inspiration. Guest: Chris Crisman is a photographer and author.

15 MIN1 w ago
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An exploration of women at work

Author P. Carl on 'Becoming a Man'

On March 16, 2017, author P. Carl sent a photo of himself to his wife in a text with this message: “I’m me now.” It was the point, he writes in his memoir “Becoming a Man: The Story of a Transition,” that he felt visible for the first time after living more than 50 years as a girl and queer woman. Carl’s transition to a man happened during a period of change for America: the months following the announcement of the Trump administration’s travel ban and before #MeToo dominated our social media sites and conversations. It also took place during a time when there’s both advancement and a lack of understanding about transgender people and their bodies. He joins host Kerri Miller for a candid conversation about his journey and about gender, masculinity and inequality in the United States. P. Carl is the author of “Becoming a Man: The Story of a Transition” and distinguished artist in residence at Emerson College in Boston, Mass.

33 MIN1 w ago
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Author P. Carl on 'Becoming a Man'

Fear and misinformation spread alongside COVID-19

Over 71,000 people across the globe have been infected with COVID-19, the new, deadly strain of coronavirus. As that number grows, so has fear, confusion and misinformation about the novel respiratory virus. Monday morning at 9 on MPR News with Kerri Miller, two physicians helped sort through what is known about the virus and what scientists have yet to learn. Related 4 myths about coronavirus and how to spot them Guests: Dr. Erica Shenoy is an infectious disease specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. William Schaffner is a professor in the division of infectious disease and preventative medicine at Vanderbilt University. To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above. Subscribe to the MPR News with Kerri Miller podcast on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Spotify or RSS

49 MIN1 w ago
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Fear and misinformation spread alongside COVID-19

Steve Inskeep on ‘Imperfect Union’

NPR’s Steve Inskeep read diaries, letters and maps while researching his biography on John and Jessie Fremont, one of America’s original power couples. His new book is called “Imperfect Union: How Jessie and John Fremont Mapped the West, Invented Celebrity, and Helped Cause the Civil War.” Though it's set in the 1800s, their story is surprisingly relevant today. Inskeep joined MPR host Kerri Miller for a conversation about politics and public radio Friday.

49 MIN1 w ago
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Steve Inskeep on ‘Imperfect Union’

Flyover 2020: Farmer identity

In the Upper Midwest, farming maintains a wholesome glow. Red barns, picket fences and photos of kittens weaving among jugs of frothy milk loom large in our collective psyche. But reality is more stark. Farm bankruptcies are up. Thousands of farms have simply closed. Farm debt is at an all-time high. Add in a trade war, severe weather and tanking crop prices, and it’s not hard to understand why health workers are worried about a spike in suicide and depression. At the same time, new farmers – usually young and passionate about regenerative practices and helping others – are entering the field. Thursday, for our Flyover 2020, we talk about the changing farming identity, and what it means to be a farmer today. Guests: Jenni Patnode, whose blog post “The Last Milking” went viral after the sale of her and her husband’s fourth-generation Wisconsin dairy farm Hannah Breckbill, co-owner of the Humble Hands Harvest farm outside Decorah, Iowa

45 MIN1 w ago
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Flyover 2020: Farmer identity

New Hampshire primary takeaways

New Hampshire residents have had their say, and we’ll take a crack at understanding what it all means. Meanwhile, candidates are already looking beyond New Hampshire to the future of their campaigns and how they’ll connect with voters in Nevada, South Carolina and beyond. Kerri Miller talks with two political analysts about the New Hampshire results, the role of independent voters and the path forward for Democratic candidates. Guests: Emily Baer is an assistant professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire. She joins us from Durham, New Hampshire. Reed Galen is an independent political consultant and an adviser for The Lincoln Project. To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above. Subscribe to the MPR News with Kerri Miller podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.

48 MIN2 w ago
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New Hampshire primary takeaways

Mental health on campus

For some, higher education is a time of learning and growth. But it’s also a time of stress as students manage assignments, extracurriculars and their lives and relationships outside the classroom. Mental health is also part of the picture; about 1 in 5 Americans age 18 or older are dealing with a mental health condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MPR News host Kerri Miller led a wide-ranging conversation Feb. 5 at St. Catherine University with college students and a panel of mental health and higher education experts. This was in partnership with Call to Mind, MPR’s initiative to foster new conversations about mental health. Guests: Taiyon Coleman is an assistant professor of English at St. Catherine University. Matt Hanson is a licensed psychologist and assistant director of the Mental Health Clinic at Boynton Health at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Brandon Jones is a psychotherapist, professor and behavioral health consultant. He se...

89 MIN2 w ago
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Mental health on campus

Latest Episodes

The continued spread of COVID-19 cases

New outbreaks of COVID-19 in Iran, Italy and South Korea have officials on high alert as efforts to contain and prevent the spread of the respiratory virus continue. The spread of this strain of coronavirus — which has been classified as a global health emergency — has the potential to become a pandemic, but isn’t at that level yet, according to the head of the World Health Organization. WHO officials believe the illness in China “peaked and plateaued” earlier in February. Overall, cases have been confirmed in 32 countries. Host Kerri Miller talked with an epidemiologist about what a pandemic designation would mean, the latest on the spread of the virus and whether it can be contained. Guest: Jennifer Nuzzo is an epidemiologist and senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Baltimore.

15 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The continued spread of COVID-19 cases

Nevada caucus results

Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses handily, based on significant support from both white and Latino voters and among voters under age 65. Beyond his win, Nevada has spurred conversations about the caucus process and what the results may reveal about upcoming contests in other states. Kerri Miller talked with a political scientist from the Silver State about the results of the primary, the debate over superdelegates and what candidates learned in Nevada as they try to connect with voters in upcoming primaries. Guest: Precious Hall is a professor of political science at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nev.

11 MIN5 d ago
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Nevada caucus results

Author Dina Nayeri on breaking down stereotypes of the refugee experience

When she was 8 years old, Dina Nayeri fled the Iranian revolution with her mother and brother, leaving behind her father. Her family settled in the United States, where she learned that acclimating to an adoptive country is an uphill battle. In her first nonfiction book, “The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You,” Nayeri shares her story and that of other asylum seekers in hopes of breaking down misconceptions of the refugee experience. The title of the book may come off as brash, but Nayeri says she is thankful for her journey and adoptive home. “We are grateful, we do love our country … but that gratitude is private. It can’t be channeled, it can’t be forced,” she said. MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with author Dina Nayeri about her new book, “The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You,” and what it means to be a refugee. Guests: Dina Nayeri, author of “The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You”

36 MIN5 d ago
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Author Dina Nayeri on breaking down stereotypes of the refugee experience

An exploration of women at work

How are women changing the modern workforce? According to photographer and author Chris Crisman, their roles — and the jobs they hold — continue to expand and shift. These changes haven’t come without challenges; women have had to push for space in male-dominated industries and to overcome misconceptions based on gender, class and race. Kerri Miller talks with Crisman about his book of portraits and essays, “Women’s Work: Stories From Pioneering Women Shaping Our Workforce;” his inspiration to portray this facet of today’s workforce and society, and where future generations can find inspiration. Guest: Chris Crisman is a photographer and author.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
An exploration of women at work

Author P. Carl on 'Becoming a Man'

On March 16, 2017, author P. Carl sent a photo of himself to his wife in a text with this message: “I’m me now.” It was the point, he writes in his memoir “Becoming a Man: The Story of a Transition,” that he felt visible for the first time after living more than 50 years as a girl and queer woman. Carl’s transition to a man happened during a period of change for America: the months following the announcement of the Trump administration’s travel ban and before #MeToo dominated our social media sites and conversations. It also took place during a time when there’s both advancement and a lack of understanding about transgender people and their bodies. He joins host Kerri Miller for a candid conversation about his journey and about gender, masculinity and inequality in the United States. P. Carl is the author of “Becoming a Man: The Story of a Transition” and distinguished artist in residence at Emerson College in Boston, Mass.

33 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Author P. Carl on 'Becoming a Man'

Fear and misinformation spread alongside COVID-19

Over 71,000 people across the globe have been infected with COVID-19, the new, deadly strain of coronavirus. As that number grows, so has fear, confusion and misinformation about the novel respiratory virus. Monday morning at 9 on MPR News with Kerri Miller, two physicians helped sort through what is known about the virus and what scientists have yet to learn. Related 4 myths about coronavirus and how to spot them Guests: Dr. Erica Shenoy is an infectious disease specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. William Schaffner is a professor in the division of infectious disease and preventative medicine at Vanderbilt University. To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above. Subscribe to the MPR News with Kerri Miller podcast on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Spotify or RSS

49 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Fear and misinformation spread alongside COVID-19

Steve Inskeep on ‘Imperfect Union’

NPR’s Steve Inskeep read diaries, letters and maps while researching his biography on John and Jessie Fremont, one of America’s original power couples. His new book is called “Imperfect Union: How Jessie and John Fremont Mapped the West, Invented Celebrity, and Helped Cause the Civil War.” Though it's set in the 1800s, their story is surprisingly relevant today. Inskeep joined MPR host Kerri Miller for a conversation about politics and public radio Friday.

49 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Steve Inskeep on ‘Imperfect Union’

Flyover 2020: Farmer identity

In the Upper Midwest, farming maintains a wholesome glow. Red barns, picket fences and photos of kittens weaving among jugs of frothy milk loom large in our collective psyche. But reality is more stark. Farm bankruptcies are up. Thousands of farms have simply closed. Farm debt is at an all-time high. Add in a trade war, severe weather and tanking crop prices, and it’s not hard to understand why health workers are worried about a spike in suicide and depression. At the same time, new farmers – usually young and passionate about regenerative practices and helping others – are entering the field. Thursday, for our Flyover 2020, we talk about the changing farming identity, and what it means to be a farmer today. Guests: Jenni Patnode, whose blog post “The Last Milking” went viral after the sale of her and her husband’s fourth-generation Wisconsin dairy farm Hannah Breckbill, co-owner of the Humble Hands Harvest farm outside Decorah, Iowa

45 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Flyover 2020: Farmer identity

New Hampshire primary takeaways

New Hampshire residents have had their say, and we’ll take a crack at understanding what it all means. Meanwhile, candidates are already looking beyond New Hampshire to the future of their campaigns and how they’ll connect with voters in Nevada, South Carolina and beyond. Kerri Miller talks with two political analysts about the New Hampshire results, the role of independent voters and the path forward for Democratic candidates. Guests: Emily Baer is an assistant professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire. She joins us from Durham, New Hampshire. Reed Galen is an independent political consultant and an adviser for The Lincoln Project. To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above. Subscribe to the MPR News with Kerri Miller podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.

48 MIN2 w ago
Comments
New Hampshire primary takeaways

Mental health on campus

For some, higher education is a time of learning and growth. But it’s also a time of stress as students manage assignments, extracurriculars and their lives and relationships outside the classroom. Mental health is also part of the picture; about 1 in 5 Americans age 18 or older are dealing with a mental health condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MPR News host Kerri Miller led a wide-ranging conversation Feb. 5 at St. Catherine University with college students and a panel of mental health and higher education experts. This was in partnership with Call to Mind, MPR’s initiative to foster new conversations about mental health. Guests: Taiyon Coleman is an assistant professor of English at St. Catherine University. Matt Hanson is a licensed psychologist and assistant director of the Mental Health Clinic at Boynton Health at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Brandon Jones is a psychotherapist, professor and behavioral health consultant. He se...

89 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Mental health on campus
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