So Minnesota Podcast: The Lost Brothers

The dread, the drama, and the hope of a break in one of the country’s oldest active missing-child investigations

There's a mystery in Minnesota that is getting some attention these days: the story of the Klein brothers. In 1951, three boys went missing from a Minneapolis park, and they were never seen again. Author Jack El-Hai has been connected to this story for many years, and recently published an emotional book about this case called "The Lost Brothers: A Family's Decades-Long Search." Host Ellery McCardle talks with Jack about why he has stayed connected with this family for so long.


Listen to the whole interview.

University of Minnesota Press Podcast

More than two dozen essays of Indigenous resistance to the privatization and allotment of Indigenous lands

Allotment Stories: Daniel Heath Justice and Jean M. O'Brien.

A fascinating and unprecedented ethnography of animal sanctuaries in the United States

Saving AnimalsElan Abrell and Kathryn (Katie) Gillespie on sanctuary, care, ethics.

How popular debates about the so-called digital generation mediate anxieties about labor and life in twenty-first-century America

Making creative laborers for a precarious economy: Josef Nguyen, Carly Kocurek, and Patrick LeMieux.



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