African American Issues

Old Mole Variety Hour 16 June 2014

program date: 
Mon, 06/16/2014
Old Mole Variety Hour
Bill Resnick hosts this show about the tensions between possible futures--either ruled by military and corporate power or else organized as cooperative community. We hear these segments:

Joseph DeFilipppis: Beyond Marriage Equality

Checking in on Border Checkpoints

Bill Resnick offers a Primer on Iraq
56:03 minutes (25.66 MB)

The Village: African Dance and Drumming Performance

program date: 
Mon, 06/16/2014
Jan Haaken talks with participants and organizers of an upcoming dance and drumming event, The Village, a collaboration among  Kukatonon Children’s African Dance Troupe, Sebe Kan West African Dance Company, & Baramokono Drumming Ensemble.

They discuss the value of arts education in schools, the importance of physical movement to learning, the connections between embodied movement and history, and the possibilities for fostering better communication and connections between African-American youth and immigrant African communities.
7:31 minutes (3.44 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour 9 June 2014

program date: 
Mon, 06/09/2014
Old Mole Variety Hour
Frann Michel hosts this episode, with music from The Clash, and discussions of military violence, economic stagnation, racism and classism in housing, and the struggle for the rights of the incarcerated.

Bill Resnick talks with Col. Ann Wright about Bowe Bergdahl and U.S. Militarism

Clayton Morgareidge comments on the meaning of the left and the limits of capitalism
56:03 minutes (25.66 MB)

Housing Segregation in Portland: Karen Gibson

program date: 
Mon, 06/09/2014
Joe Clement talks with Karen Gibson of PSU's Urban Studies program about the history of housing discrimination against African-Americans in Portland; they touch on segregation, ghettoization, disinvestment, gentrification, redlining,  and community formation. 11:26 minutes (5.23 MB)

Hart Noecker & Nick Caleb: Pedalpalooza, Gentrification, and Our Right to the City

program date: 
Mon, 06/02/2014
Joe Clement talks with Hart Noecker and Nick Caleb about gentrification in Portland and a Pedalpalooza ride* they're organizing to raise awareness and stimulate action around it. Hart and Nick discuss how they came to Portland, how they've seen it change, why they and others refer to this change as "gentrification", and why this is such a pressing issue. The promised online portion starts right after a 10 second musical clip at the end. In it they dive into a more open conversation about density, green capitalism and how the market distorts and undermines the aims of development, organizing working and poor communities to take, and more.
31:14 minutes (28.59 MB)

Mass Imprisonment is Prison Slavery

program date: 
Tue, 05/13/2014
https://lawandisorder.wordpress.com/
Mass Imprisonment is Prison Slavery
JoNina Abron-Ervin & Lorenzo Ervin
Recorded and produced by Paul Roland, Public Affairs volunteer producer

Summary

71:04 minutes (97.6 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour May 5 2014

program date: 
Mon, 05/05/2014

Joe Clement hosts (and Kate Welch engineers) this episode of the Old Mole Variety Hour (foreshortened because of membership-drive).

We hear about socialist feminism for revolutionary change in the 21st Century, organizing within what Arun Gupta calls "the Walmart working-class", why "leading left intellectuals" like Slavoj Zizek are wrong about needing authoritarian leaders to defeat capital, and about the late Paul Robeson Jr.'s life and the influence his father had on his own political work. 38:31 minutes (35.27 MB)

Remembering Paul Robeson Senior & Junior

program date: 
Mon, 05/05/2014
Laurie Mercier remembers the life and work of Paul Robeson Junior, an activist and archivist, but also the son of world-famous black-listed radical singer Paul Robeson Senior. She looks at how Robeson Senior influenced Robeson Junior, but also how Robeson Junior. She reads for about 5 minutes, and then we hear a short clip of Robeson Junior speaking on the transformation of struggles around civil rights to human rights. 7:51 minutes (7.19 MB)

Ear To The Streets of Portland

program date: 
Thu, 04/17/2014
‘Ear To The Streets Of Portland’ is a dynamic broadcast with a mix of music and conversations focusing on organizers and Black/African Portlanders around building community. 37:32 minutes (34.36 MB)
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