Iven Hale hosts this President's Day episode. Please note that an unforseen glitch in the recording clipped the first 30 or so seconds from the beginning. Once it can be recovered it will be re-inserted. All that was lost was the intro-music and some of Iven's opening remarks. On the rest of the show, we hear:
Joe Clement talks with Jason Read about psychoanalytic philosopher Slavoj Zizek and Sophie Fiennes philosophical documentary: The Pervert's Guide to Ideology. This is the second film Zizek and Fiennes have made together, the first being The Pervert's Guide to Cinema. Both films analyze dozens of films and uses films to illustrate concepts in psychoanalysis, the critique of ideology, and how we might recognize the subtle and difficult ways we are implicated in ideology.
Would you prefer to age comfortably in your own home or retire to a senior care facility? If you chose the former, you might be interested to know that Portland is about to become a part of the village movement, which began 10 years ago in Boston when 12 older adults created Beacon Hill Village so that they could age at home and remain independent as long as possible. There are now over 80 villages nation-wide, and over 140 more in development.
Alien Boy: The Life and Death of James Chasse - a look at police abuse in Portland
Discussion of Alien Boy: the life and death of James Chasse, with Jason Renaud and Dan Handelman
This morning, Ani and Lyn dive into mental health, police brutality and the life and death of Portland local James Chasse. Ani and Lyn will be joined by Jason Renaud, a mental health advocate with The Mental Health Association of Portland, and Dan Handelman, the coordinator of Portland Copwatch.
Carlos Chavez hosts part two of a two part series on the 2012 highlights of his radio journalism group in MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility.
This time they focus on a field recording exercise that was done by one of the students. He interviews Steve Llanes from the Office of Minority Services and other youth as they prepare for one of the sweat lodge ceremonies at MacLaren.
Carlos facilitates educational workshops at MacLaren for the youth incarcerated there. MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility is the largest facility in Oregon for incarcerating youth. Most of these youth face sentences ranging from 3 to 7 years or longer. During their time on the facility these young men have access to a high school education, college courses and job skills training.
Joe Clement talks with local police-scholar, Kristian Williams, about an up-coming panel at PSU about community alternatives to the police. The panel is a response to the Campus Public Safety Office's intention to give its agents more power to arrest as well as arm them. Kristian talks broadly about community alternatives to the police, what they've meant historical to the police abolition movement and what they mean in the context of the panel.