KBOO Audio Archives

Domestic Partnerships: Karinne Fish with Basic Rights Oregon

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Sun, 02/03/2008

 

In a landmark ruling on Friday U. S. District Judge Michael Mosman overturned his earlier decision and allowed same-sex couples to obtain domestic partnerships.

The ruling went into effect today and KBOO's John Flaig spoke with Karinne Fish from Basic Rights Oregon.

2:17 minutes (2.09 MB)

Alternative economics: John Poling with Cascadia Hours Exchange

program date: 
Wed, 01/30/2008

We may use money to buy goods and services, but as John Poling, organizer with the Cascadia Hour Exchange, points out, money is not the only way, or even the best way to get what you want. He and others at the Cascadia Hour Exchange have formed a network where each person offers their skills, such as house painting, graphic design, child care, or even legal advice. Each one hour block of time given entitles members to exchange their services the skills and time of any other person in the network. Poling believes that relying on non-monetary exchange systems both strengthen local economies as well as create a deeper sense of community.

5:34 minutes (5.09 MB)

Home Loan Racism

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program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Thu, 01/31/2008

A new report confirms that ethnic minorities in Oregon are steered toward riskier, higher interest mortgage loans than non-minorities—even if they qualify for conventional, lower interest loans. 

KBOO’s Katie Arrants has the story in collaboration with the Oregon News Service. 

1:09 minutes (1.06 MB)

Malik Rahim (Part Two): Rebuilding New Orleans

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program date: 
Wed, 01/30/2008

Live from New Orleans, Malik Rahim, Former Black Panther speaks on organizing to rebuild New Orleans in a sustainable way, even under intense governmental repression.

1:21 minutes (1.24 MB)

Malik Rahim (Part One): Rebuilding New Orleans

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program date: 
Wed, 01/30/2008

Live from New Orleans-Malik Rahim speaks about working and organizing to rebuild the city in a sustainable way, even under intense governmental repression.

12:51 minutes (11.77 MB)

Julie Bernard interviews the curator of works by Carl Morris and Leonard Ruder

program: 
Art Focus
program date: 
Thu, 02/07/2008

Julie Bernard interviews Prudence Roberts, the guest curator of works by Pacific Northwest artists Carl Morris and Leonard Ruder, on exhibit at the Art Gym of Marylhurst University

30:40 minutes (28.09 MB)

Ed Goldberg interviews the authors of "Sandworms"

program: 
Between the Covers
program date: 
Mon, 02/04/2008

Ed Goldberg interviews Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, the authors of "Sandworms of Dune", the last in the saga of Frank Herbert's "Dune"

26:13 minutes (24.01 MB)

Colin Powell's lies

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program: 
Radiozine
program date: 
Tue, 02/05/2008

Per Fagereng interviews journalist Robert Parry about Colin Powell's 2003 testimony before the UN Security Council

29:40 minutes (27.17 MB)

Agriculture: What's Wrong? What's the Fix?

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program: 
Recovery Zone
program date: 
Wed, 02/06/2008

On the February 7 Recovery Zone, host Stephanie Potter asks PSU Professor Toby Hemenway what's wrong with Agriculture?  What's the fix?  Hemenway is author of Gaia's Garden:  A Guide to Homescale Permaculture.  Hemenway describes how agriculture destroys our ecosystem and facilitates domination with the concentration of power.  He recommends that we learn from the patterns in nature.  Visit his website at Patternliteracy.com.  Other sites he suggests  for deepening the connection to a sense of place:  Trackers NW  and City Repair.   For more writing

28:28 minutes (26.07 MB)

0207 am 'Get This' news

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program date: 
Wed, 02/06/2008

 

Get This:  How much disease can you afford?  Pollution costs $1.5 billion a year…

Chris Andreae

02/07/08

 

7:09 minutes (6.56 MB)

 

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