Circle A Radio

Circle A covers local, national and international issues, focusing on the voices of communities who, for political reasons, are not allowed a voice in the mainstream media.

For more information email us, or continue to the Audio Tab to listen to our past shows.

 

Circle A Radio is also currently broadcast on KRFP, 92.5 fm in Moscow, Idaho at 11:30 am Saturdays (http://www.radiofreemoscow.org), and also on WPRR 1680 AM a Pacifica affiliate in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  We broadcast Saturdays at noon, 8pm and over night Sunday at 4am.  (http://www.publicrealityradio.org)

Episode Archive

Circle A Radio on 02/15/12

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Wed, 02/15/2012 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
The Congo and Exploitation of Resources

Tonight on Circle a Radio, we talk about conflict minerals, the historic exploitation of Congo and the role that Western nations and multinational corporations continue to play in the exploitation of the resources of Africa.

We hear from many, including

  • Kambale Musavuli, a spokesperson and student coordinator for Friends of the Congo,
  • Chouchou Namegabe Nabintu, a radio reporter, and founder of South Kivu's Association of Women Journalists, and
  • Aaron Hall, from The Enough Project.

Circle A Radio on 09/21/11

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Wed, 09/21/2011 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Anniversaries: Attica, Magdalene Asylums, and James Chasse.

Anniversaries give us an excuse to reflect on where we have come from, and where we would like to go, and to reflect on our values. The mainstream media and government used the commemorations of 9/11, for example, to remind us to be afraid and to promote the “war on terror”. Tonight on Circle A Radio we look at other anniversaries in September, to remind ourselves of the importance of struggle, fighting injustice, and continuing the work we do. We will remember the Attica Rebellion which began on September 9, 1971, the closing of the last of the Magdalene Asylums in Ireland on September 25, 1996, and the killing of James Chasse by law enforcement officers on September 17, 2006 in Portland.

Circle A Radio on 06/01/11

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Wed, 06/01/2011 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Outside In Guerilla Theatre Media Project

Tonight Circle A Radio is showcasing  peer education media pieces produced by the Guerilla Theatre youth group from Outside In. We'll talk about HIV and STI transmition, how to make informed choices, and the importance of communication and peer education.

Circle A Radio on 01/05/11

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Wed, 01/05/2011 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
The Rural Organizing Project at 18


Tonight Circle A Radio will air interviews recorded during the Roots and Wings Celebration of the Rural
Organizing Project. We included about 2/3rds of people who participated in the interviews, talking about the beginnings of ROP, how different individuals came across ROP and how it has effected their organizing or their lives, and some anecdotal snippets about the marches, the caucuses,  the demonstrations, and other events that ROP has helped them with, across the state over the past 18 years.
 

Circle A Radio on 10/06/10

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Wed, 10/06/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Interview with the Fire Frashour Campaign

We interview a few representatives from the Fire Frashour Campaign. The campaign is calling for the dismissal of officer Ron Frashour, who fatally shot the unarmed Aaron Campbell in January, 2010. The campaign is also calling for the firing of any police officer involved in a fatal shooting.


The campaign calls specifically for:
“The firing of Officers Frashour, Humphreys, Walters and all other killer cops --including those responsible for the death of Keaton Otis; open contract negotiations between the City of Portland and the Portland Police Association; an end to mandatory arbitration in the Portland Police Association contract.”

Circle A Radio on 09/15/10

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Wed, 09/15/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Raize the Walls Conference

Tongiht we talk to Lydia Anne Bartholow, one of the organizers of the Raize the Walls Mini Conference, and Ed Mead, a member of the George Jackson Brigade, about the importance of supporting Political Prisoners.

 

Circle A Radio on 08/04/10

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Wed, 08/04/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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A Show on Marilyn Buck, Carlos Alberto Torres, and other political prisoners.

Tonight on Circle A Radio we celebrate the release of Marilyn Buck and Carlos Alberto Torres from their long prison sentences. We also talk about the state of political prisoners in the U.S., and we mourn the passing of Puerto Rican Freedom Fighter, and former political prisoner, Lolita Lebron.

Circle A Radio on 07/07/10

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Wed, 07/07/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Summer Reading Program

Tonight we talk to info shop volunteers, printers, publishers, authors, activists and anarchists about their summer reading!

Circle A Radio on 05/19/10

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Wed, 05/19/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Take Back the Land National Month of Action

This month, local organizations all over the country are taking action as part of the national Take Back the Land movement.  Local Action Groups are educating, organizing and taking direct action to support families facing eviction; to open empty, foreclosed homes for people without housing; to assert the right to occupy vacant government properties and land, and to demand that those forced to leave their long time communities have the right to return.

Circle A Radio on 05/05/10

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Wed, 05/05/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Rose City Antifa talks about the rise in Portland Neo Nazi Activity

March 27th in Downtown Portland a well known anti racist activist was shot in an assassination attempt by local neo Nazis . In Vancouver BC the house of an anti racist activist was bombed after he had organized a rally in March that drew hundreds of anti-Nazi protestors, and was in response to a planned white supremacy, neo-Nazi rally that never materialized. 

Tonight on Circle A Radio, we’ll discuss the current rise in fascist activity,  the history of aggressive racism in Portland and resistance to it with Alicia, a member of the Portland chapter of Anti Racist Action. We’ll also hear from one of the founders of the ARA, which began in Minneapolis.
 

Audio

Michelle Alexander and the New Jim Crow

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Wed, 05/02/2012

We take a look at mass incarceration and racism in America today through Michelle Alexander's book "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness."

We begin with a speech given by Michelle Alexander in New York in February of 2010, and then will hear from various community members who participated in a Book Group at the Talking Drum Bookstore, located in Reflections coffee shop on NE Killingsworth. This group is going through the book in six weeks, chapter by chapter, to study how and why a majority of young Black men in major American cities are locked behind bars and how  the U.S. criminal justice system functions as a contemporary system of racial control, even as it formally adheres to the principle of color blindness.

Currently, there are 3 groups we know about reading this book. information can be found at portland socialists dot org
 

  • Length: 58:17 minutes (133.4 MB)
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Death of Ben Linder: 25th Annivesary

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Wed, 04/04/2012

April 28th will be the 25th anniversary of the Death of Ben Linder. Ben was a Portland engineer working to bring electricity to rural areas of Nicaragua when he was murdered by US Backed contra forces. He was the first American killed by the contras, and his death ignited a storm of protest throughout the country. Tonight on Circle a Radio we listen to audio recorded in 1987 and 1989 celebrating the life of Ben Linder, and analyzing U.S. Central American policies in place at the time.

Audio recorded in 1987 is from The Conference in the Spirit of Ben Linder.took place, organized by 24 local groups, including the still functioning Portland Central America Solidarity Committee.

Audio recorded in 1989 was from the Remembering Ben event,

Ben Linder Commemoration: UO Cultural Forum


 
April 27, 2012      
4:30 pm    to    6:30 pm     

A Voice for Ben 4:30 pm
Margaret Randall
Gerlinger Lounge
Reception 6:00 pm
Ben Linder Room, EMU
Live music by Los Cumbiamberos
Jugglers & Clowns
Refreshments
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Highly acclaimed poet, writer and activist Margaret Randall, will present “A Voice for Ben,” to celebrate the life and mission of Ben Linder, while addressing critical issues that we face today. Ben Linder was a mechanical engineer from Portland, Oregon who went to Nicaragua in 1983 to work on hydroelectric projects that today provide energy to schools, clinics, campesinos and the community. On April 28, 1987, while beginning construction on a small dam, Ben and two other Nicaraguan coworkers were murdered by U.S.-supported Contras.
Sponsored by: Romance Languages, Oregon Humanities Center, Ofἀce of the President, Latin American Studies, CLLAS, CSWS & LASC

 

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Outside In Guerilla Theatre Peer Education Radio

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Wed, 03/07/2012

Last week KBOO and Outside In worked together on a youth media project about Peer Education and health. We begin with  Erick and Heberto Espinosa, Youth Specialist, who introduce the show.
Next, Richard Temple finds out how others cope with stress in order to adapt, cope and thrive. He created the song on the track, Sled Through Snow. After that we'll have Love Gun speak about recovering from alcohol and drug addiction,  Peter Tysdal demystify psychic abilities, Jem talk about healthy, affordable alternatives to tampons, and interviews “veteren menstrator” Annie Calhoun, and  Jackson Weird talk about the similarities between transgender and cisgender folks, how to be a good ally and shares great resources.
Then, back to Youth Specialist Heberto who will interveiw Max, recently released from Multnomah County Detention Center, about being homeless and incarcerated, then Nancy will speak about types of domestic violence, tips for supporting survivors of domestic violence, resources and a poem she wrote. Lastly, we'll hear
Ren Vicious, who produced an original song about the crazy things we do when we are crazy in love, featuring original music and lyrics by Ivan Black, incorporating interviews she conducted with youth. 


Guerilla Theatre is a creative peer education program that facilitates internship opportunities in the arts and is part of CHAT pdx, a coalition dedicated to Curbing HIV/AIDS transmission among high-risk minority youth in partnership with the Cascade Aids Project.


Guerilla Theatre films, including the Outside the Frame and Life of Youth series, can be found on.youtube.com/user/CHATpdx.


Here are all the resources mentioned in the program, and then some.


Stress Reduction resources:
Dharma Punx –
Portland Dharma Punx / Rose City Rebel Dharma
WEDNESDAYS, 7:00pm-9:00pm


Yoga Shala North- 3808 North Williams (a block north of Fremont)
On Wednesdays we have a 35 minute guided meditation followed by a Dharma talk and discussion.
facebook group


Dharma Rain Zen Center (DRZC) is a diverse group of people who come together to share the practice of meditation, and to study the principles of Buddhism. The purpose of the Center is to offer instruction in Zen practice and Buddhist teachings, and to provide a place where people can form a community that supports Zen practice in everyday life.
dharma-rain.org


Zen Center of Portland
The Zen Center of Portland is a community dedicated to Zen practice in our daily lives. We are affiliated with the Ordinary Mind Zen School, which intends to manifest and support practice of the Awakened Way, as expressed in the teaching of Charlotte Joko Beck. We offer beginner's instruction, interviews with the teacher, and meditation retreats several times per year. Please join us. Everyone is welcome. We are wheelchair accessible.
zencenterofportland.org


Acupuncture at Outside In:
1132 SW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97204
503.535.3800
Call for clinic hours.

Monday and Wednesday Morning Community Acupuncture:  Open to anyone. May be scheduled in advance or as a “walk in” when appointments are available.
Or schedule through the Outside In clinic: Accepting new patients who are under the age of 30 and currently experiencing homelessness, or have Care Oregon through OHP. Patients may make two appointments in advance and are limited to one a week.

Knowing your HIV status reduces stress! Free HIV testing for youth:

CHAT (room)
Free rapid HIV testing – for youth age 24 and under
Every 2nd and 4th Monday
3pm-7pm @: 209 SW 4th Avenue
503.223.5907
facebook.com/CHATpdx
http://twitter.com/CHATpdx
http://www.youtube.com/user/CHATpdx

Alcoholics Anonymous
aa.org
SMART Recovery - Self-Management And Recovery Training
An alternative to 12 step meetings that helps to increase motivation to stop using, cope with urges, learn new problem solving skills and set both long term and short term goals around use.
Wednesdays at 6:00-7:30 at Outside In. 503 535-3826.
Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon
Dual Diagnosis Anonymous (DDA) is a peer support group based on an authorized version of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous plus an additional 5 Steps that focus on Dual Diagnosis (mental illness and substance abuse).
ddaoforegon.com

Portland Hearing Voices
Portland Hearing Voices is a community group to promote mental diversity. We create public education, discussion groups, training, and community support related to hearing voices, seeing visions, and having unusual beliefs and sensory experiences often labeled as psychosis, bipolar, mania, paranoia, schizophrenia, and other mental disorders. We aim to reduce fear and misunderstanding, question stereotypes, promote holistic health options, overcome isolation, and create a more inclusive community.
portlandhearingvoices.net

Diva Cups
http://www.divacup.com/
Resusable pads
http://lunapads.com/
http://www.etsy.com/search?includes[]=tags&q=reusable+pads

Trans resources:
Clinics/Resource Centers
Outside In/Trans/Identity Resource Center located on 1132 SW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Phone # 503.535.3828 Trans Clinic
Phone # 971.544.1574

Support Groups
Gender Machine
Open to youths between the ages of 24 to 18, who identify under the trans-specturm. Meeting happens every Monday from 6pm to 8pm located in the basement of Outside In.
Queer Zone
Happens every Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm for youths between the ages of 18 to 24, Tuesday meetings at Outside In, Thursday meetings at New Avenue For Youths.
TranzGuys
tranzguyspdx.org
SMYRC
smyrc.org

Recommended Websites
Safe2pee.org gender neutral bathrooms
T-Kingdom.com for binders
Underworks.com for binders
FTMguide.org to find information on binders, packing, etc.
Susans.org to find information about coming out, activism, health, etc.
Voicemeansbiz.com for vocal training
Transgenderlaw.org for legal information
Manifestpdx.org for men's wellness
Drbecky.com information on the steps to take in order to change your name and birth sex on your birth certificate
Fusionpdx.com for message therapy for transgender people
Lovetribe.org for transgender's spiritual need
Genderspectrum.org raising children that might be transgender.


Domestic Violence Resources
Portland Women’s Crisis Line
pwcl.org
503- 235-5333 or 1-888-235-5333
International Directory of Domestic Violence
hotpeachpages.net
 

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International Day in Solidarity with Leonard Peltier

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Wed, 02/15/2012

Leonard Peltier of the Anishinabe A NISH IN ABE and Lakota Nations, is a long time Native Activist and member of the American Indian Movement.  He has spent over 35 years as a political prisoner. 

Tonight on Circle A Radio, we talk about the International Day in Solidarity with Leonard Peltier, coming up this Saturday, February 4th.  Our guests are Michael One Road, and Arthur Miller, both regional organizers for the Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee.
 

  • Length: 56:28 minutes (51.69 MB)
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Coltan and The Congo

program date: 
Wed, 02/15/2012

Tonight we talk about conflict minerals,  the historic exploitation of Congo and the role that Western nations
and multi-national corporations continue to play in the exploitation  of the resources of Africa.


We hear from many people, including Aaron Hall,  from the enough Project, Kambale musavuli, spokes  person from Friends of the Congo,Chouchou Namegabe Nabintu (recorded before the senate committee on foreign relations on May 13th, 2009), and more.

  • Length: 42:17 minutes (96.79 MB)
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African People's Socialist Party - 40 Years of Resistance

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Wed, 01/18/2012

This year, marks the 40th anniversary of the African People's Socialist Party - USA.  The Party's National Plenary will be held from February 18th-21st in St. Petersburg Florida at the Uhuru House.

www.asiuhuru.org/ontheground/apsp-usa/plenary2012/index.shtml

On this program, we talk to Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, of the African People's Socialist Party and Wendy Snyder of the African People's Solidarity Committee.  We also feature a speech by the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party, Omali Yeshitela.

Thanks to the Unchained Mind on Blog Talk Radio, for audio clips from an interview with Nyabinga Dzimbahwe.  Full audio can be found here: www.blogtalkradio.com/theunchainedmind/2011/04/17/power-to-the-people-nyabinga-dzimbahwe

For more information on Nuse Midwife Mary Karoma's tour and the All African People's Development & Empowerment Project: africasfuturetour.wordpress.com/2011/12/06/test-post/

News, videos, and links: uhurunews.com/

 

Colombia - La Lucha Sigue

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Wed, 01/04/2012

On October 12th, 2011, Congress passed the Colombia Free Trade Agreement.  The fight against the FTA, by trade unionists, small farmers, Indigenous communities, Afro-Colombians, and human rights activists was lost after 5 years, but the struggle continues. 

On this program, we speak with Carlos Cruz, from Witness for Peace in Colombia.

www.witnessforpeace.org/

  • Length: 54:56 minutes (50.3 MB)
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10 Years that Shook San Francisco 1968-1978

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Wed, 12/07/2011

Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78 is A collection of first-person and historical essays spans the people’s history of San Francisco in the tumultuous decade from 1968, the year of the San Francisco State College strike, to 1978 and the twin traumas of the Jonestown massacre and the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. This volume provides a broad look at the diverse ways those ten years shaped the world we live in today. From community gardening to environmental justice, gay rights and other identity-based social movements, anti-gentrification efforts, neighborhood arts programs and more, many of the initiatives whose origins are described here have taken root and spread far beyond San Francisco.

This book was published by City Lights Publishers in June of 2011, and tonight on Circle A Radio we have an interview with its editor, Chris Carlsson. Chris Carlson is also  one of the founders of the Critical Mass cycling movement. He is also a writer, blogger, and director of the multi-media history project Shaping San Francisco.


More information about the peoples history of San Francisco is at foundsf.org or shapingsf.org. Thanks to Chris Carlsson , and all the authors who read from their essays.

  • Length: 57:30 minutes (52.64 MB)
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Occupy!

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Sun, 11/20/2011

In the past week, we’ve seen a nation wide campaign to evict protestors from the Occupy encampments, including the mass arrests in Zucotti Park at the heart of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.  Locally, Portlanders came out in force to support the Occupy movement on Saturday, November 12th,  with the announcement of a midnite eviction by Mayor Sam Adams.  Thousands rallied in the streets to show support and delay an eviction.

With recent events, many are asking, What’s next for the movement?

Tonight on Circle A Radio, we focus on political analysis and the economics that gave rise to this historic movement – the financial crisis caused by Wall Street and the financial institutions it represents.  We’ll hear from Canadian Economist Jim Stanford, labor activist Christina Towne, and professor, activist, and long time critic of capitalism, Noam Chomsky. We will also hear audio recorded on Saturday November 12th, into the hours of the 13th, recorded in Portland.
 

  • Length: 59:39 minutes (54.61 MB)
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Portland Burn Survivors

Categories:
program date: 
Wed, 10/05/2011

Interviews with members of Portland Burn Survivors

More info: http://portlandburnsurvivors.org/

  • Length: 56:55 minutes (130.28 MB)
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Playlists

Circle A Radio playlist for 04/02/2009

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04/02/2009

As a country, we tend to forget the dangers of current methods of processing coal. We focus on the myth of “clean coal” and don’t pay much attention to stories such as the December 22nd Coal Ash Disaster in Kingston, Tenn.,
The 65 foot tall pile of 1.6 billion gallons of coal ash created by years of burning coal for electricity broke the dam that separated it from the nearby Emory  river, spilling into the river and  burying 400 acres of land.
Tonight on Circle a Radio we talk with Matt Landon of United Mountain Defense about the aftermath of the disaster, and we talk to Patricia Feeney and Joe Stanley of the Sludge Saftey Project in West Virginia about their community and legislative fight against storage of the toxic byproducts .

How connected you are to coal mining?

http://www.ilovemountains.org/myconnection/, and type in your zip code, and they’ll tell you where your coal is coming from

Sludgesafety.org – citizens report on underground injection and community action toolkit

Ohio valley environmental coalition  ovec.org

DVD’s
 Burning the future
Mountain mourning
 
info@sludgesafety.org
 

Circle A Radio playlist for 03/18/2009

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03/18/2009

 Stop Joe Arpaio! Stop 287gs! Stop the ICE Raids!

On tonight's show we focus on the human and civil rights abuses against people of color, the misuse of 287g agreements, and the need for Comprehensive Immigration Reform.  We are talking with immigrant rights advocates in Maricopa County (AZ), where the worst examples of this abuse are happening at the hands of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  We talk with Silvia Herrera of the Puente Movement, Jason Odhner, and Antonio Bustamante.  We also bring you short interviews from the National Convergence and Protest in Phoenix on February 27th & 28th, 2009.

For more information:

www.puenteaz.org

www.ndlon.org

Locally, you can get in touch with the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee at 503-236-7916 for more information.

Circle A Radio playlist for 03/04/2009

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03/04/2009

The 14th annual San Francisco Anarchist bookfair takes place this year on March 14th and 15th in Golden Gate Park, in lovely San Francisco California.

The bookfair began in 1996 to celebrate an the 20th anniversary of San Francisco’s anarchist collective bookstore Bound Together Books. Over the years, they’ve hosted many speakers, while showcasing anarchist and alternative book and magazine publishers

Tonight on Circle A Radio we’ll be listening to a variety of speakers featured over the years at the San Francisco Anarchist book fair, recorded and released by AK Press on the CD "Mob Action Against the State" and also hear from participants, and attendees.
 

Circle A Radio playlist for 02/18/2009

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02/18/2009

Dlycia Pagan

 

Dlycia Pagan, Puerto Rican Activist, Filmmaker, and Artist talks about her life as an Activist/Organizer, the nearly 20 years she spent in prison on charges of seditious conspiracy, her presidential pardon, and her advice to the younger generation.

 

Circle A Radio playlist for 02/04/2009

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02/04/2009

Dicentra Collective
The Dicentra Collective is based in Portland, OR. They are 7 individuals who are collectively committed to create radical communities of care, networks of support, and movements based on relationship building. We talk with the members of Dicentra Collective about their beginnings, their workshops, their ideas for radical caregiving, and include excerpts from a cronic pain zine, and other media they’ve produced.
 

Circle A Radio playlist for 01/21/2009

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01/21/2009

David Bacon
David Bacon is a writer and photojournalist on issues of labor, immigration and international trade. He will soon be coming to Portland to discuss these issues, and tonight on Circle A Radio, we hear from him about his life, his beginnings as a journalist and artist, and about immigration and popular struggles all over the world.

 

Circle A Radio playlist for 01/07/2009

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01/07/2009

Hawaiian Sovereignty
Queen Liliuokalani was the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian islands. She was deposed by opposition forces who called themselves the Committee of Safety,  with the help of the U.S. Marines. On January 17, 1893, Queen lileo kulani  yielded her authority:
. . . Now to avoid any collision of armed forces, and perhaps the loss of life, I do this under protest and impelled by said force yield my authority until such time as the Government of the United States shall, upon facts being presented to it, undo the action of its representatives and reinstate me in the authority which I claim as the Constitutional Sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands.
Tonight, we discuss Hawaiian Sovereignty with Portland Author Elinor Langer, and Dr. Kekuni Blazedell, convenor of the Pro-Hawaiian Sovereignty Working Group.
 

Circle A Radio playlist for 12/17/2008

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12/17/2008

Studs Terkel, RIP
We visit the work and life of Studs Terkel, who died October 31, 2008 at the age of ninety-six.
 

Circle A Radio playlist for 12/03/2008

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12/03/2008

Proposition 8 and the fight for Marriage Equality
Proposition 8 was passed this November in California. It changed the state Constitution  to restrict the definition of marriage to a union between a man and a woman and eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry .
We explore the issues of marriage equality, people of color and the LGBT movement. with Thomas Wheatley, Organizing Director of Basic Rights Oregon, and  Bonnie Tinker and The Rev. Cecil Charles Prescod from Love Makes a Family.

Circle A Radio playlist for 11/19/2008

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11/19/2008

Teaching Rebellion - Grassroots Mobilization in Oaxaca
Tonite on Circle A Radio we’ll be featuring an interview with Melissa Mundt and Gustavo Vilchis, recorded on Oct. 28th.  They joined us at the KBOO studios during their West Coast tour for “Teaching Rebellion”, a book that features first hand stories, and photography from the popular uprising in Oaxaca, Mexico.  Many of the voices on tonight’s show were recorded in Spanish, with side by side translation.

 

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