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KBOO Audio Archives

Antonia Juhasz and Starhawk on "Global Uprising: The Web of Resistance," 04/06/07

Positively Revolting Talk Show hosts Ani and Melodie spoke with Antonia Juhasz, who is a contributing author with John Perkins and others to "A Game As Old As Empire: The Secret World of Economic Hit Men and the Web of Global Corruption." Her chapter is "Global Uprising: The Web of Resistance." They were also joined for a short time by activist Starhawk, author of "The Spiral Dance", "The Fifth Sacred Thing", and other books that link an earth-based spirituality to action to change the world.

44:35 minutes (10.21 MB)

Jeremy Scahill on Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army

Host Per Fagereng interviews Jeremy Scahill, author of "Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army." 4/6/07

37:44 minutes (12.96 MB)

The History of KBOO

program date: 
Thu, 11/30/2006

Hear the special story about the birth of KBOO Community Radio! This piece was presented by Julie Sabatier, host of KBOO's "DIY, Portland," which currently airs the 3rd Thursday of every month at 10:00 am.

11:12 minutes (10.26 MB)

Monday on the Environment; April 2, 2007

Host Scott Forrester speaks with Pam Allee about the National Peace Tax Fund and the Portland War Resisters League.

21:04 minutes (19.29 MB)

The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved

Interview with Sandor Katz, food activist and author of The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved.

18:09 minutes (16.62 MB)

Our Backyard 03-28-07

At least the Bushie's war on the environment is going well.

3:57 minutes (3.62 MB)

Mad Sheep

Becca Bartleson interviews Linda Faillance, author of Mad Sheep: The True Story Behind the USDA’s War on a Family Farm. Her account of a government cover-up, corporate greed, and a courageous family’s fight to save their farm.

21:26 minutes (8.59 MB)

The KBOO Food Show, March 2007

Food Show guests are Kat Daddy and Tres Shannon from VooDoo Donuts.

Talking about salt is Mark Bitterman from The Meadow at 3731 N. Mississippi Ave.
The Meadow website is

56:44 minutes (16.24 MB)

DIY, Portland: Women Teach Women

This month's theme is Women Teaching Women. We'll visit the Rock and Roll Camp for
Girls, to talk with the women who run the program and some of the girls who have learned to rock out there. We'll also hear from Johanna Brenner, a professor at Portland State University who helped to found In Other Words Women's Books and Resources, one of the only nonprofit, feminist bookstores in the country. It's a great show chock full of inspiring women's voices. And if you're a dude, remember, feminism is for everybody. An excerpt from this show was also featured on the NPR Station Showcase. As always, you can find out more info about past and future shows, podcasts and downloads by visiting Julie on the Radio. Thanks for listening!

27:50 minutes (11.15 MB)


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