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Episode Archive

Workshopping a concept: American Identity=White Supremacy

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Fri, 07/31/2015 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Talk about American/African politics and economic oppression of Africans.
Today we will air an excerpt from a workshop held at IN Other Words bookstore on Sunday July, 26 2015.
The workshop in it’s entirety will be available here for your perusal. The event was sponsored by the Marilyn Buck Abolishionist Collective and the AAPRP
 
The American Identiy =White Supremacy was two interactive hours of exploring the foundation and maintenance of the capitalism and the effect it has had on Africans for hundreds of years with no end in sight right now. Participants touched on Cuba and the destruction of Muammar Ghaddafi’s Pro pan African, Socialist Libya, which is today mired in fighting as Benzeghi goes dim again. The talk was guided by local author and activist Ahjamu Umi.
 
Contact MBAC for more info,

The Willamette River Revival Festival

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Wed, 07/29/2015 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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The Willamette River Revival: A celebration of the future health of the Willamette River
On the Radiozine Host Kristin Yount talks with Barbara Quinn of the Portland Harbor Community Advisory Board. Feduma Ali of Groundworks and Award winning Lewis and Clark historian and author of Shotgun on My Chest, Roger Wendlick. About the Willamette River Revival Taking Place August 2nd from 12 Noon – 7PM
The Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde generously endorsed this meeting of river enthusiasts to celebrate the plans in motion to heal our river. Our urge you to come and be a part of the celebration and the healing of the Willamette River.
For  More Inforamtion go to 
http://thewillametteriverrevival.org

Paul Stamets: Mushrooms, Bees, and Saving the World

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Fri, 07/24/2015 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Paul Stamets: Mushrooms, Bees, and Saving the World

More than any other scientist practicing today, Paul Stamets has dedicated himself to the life of fungi and that of their underground support system, the mycelium. Stamets says that the mycelia are soil magicians that give rise not just to mushrooms but form an integral part of the forest ecosystem. The mycelia are disassemblers, creating the debris fields that then feed their fungal descendants. They also show purpose in choosing microbial allies, and Stamets believes they are part of the earth’s natural internet that is in constant bio-molecular communication, governing the ecosystem. <http://www.fungi.com/>

How pesticide drift from potato fields owned by the largest potato grower in the world is harming us

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Mon, 07/13/2015 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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How pesticide drift from potato fields owned by the largest potato grower in the world is harming us
Ever wonder where your favorite fast food fries are grown, and under what conditions? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Amy Mondlach, Toxic Taters Coalition Campaign Coordinator. Mondlach describes how pesticide drift from potato fields owned by Ronald D. Offutt (RDO), the largest potato grower in the world and one of McDonald s leading potato suppliers, is harming people, animals and the environment in central and northern Minnesota. Pesticide drift from RDO farms has been measured at schools; livestock have died and community members are ill. The Coalition is working to encourage and support truly sustainable agriculture.

Heather Rogers on Green Gone Wrong: How Our Economy Is Undermining the Environmental Revolution"

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Fri, 07/03/2015 - 11:35am - 12:00pm
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Heather Rogers on Green Gone Wrong: How Our Economy Is Undermining the Environmental Revolution"
We hear an interview from the program “The Scholar’s Circle”a with journalist Heather Rogers, whose latest book is “Green Gone Wrong: How Our Economy Is Undermining the Environmental Revolution,” which takes a critical look at popular market-based solutions to ecological destruction.

Valerie Carey: Was a Secret Service screw up to blame?

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Fri, 07/03/2015 - 11:15am - 11:35am
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Valerie Carey on her Sister Miriam's Death: Was a Secret Service screw up to blame?
Jenka Soderberg speaks with Valerie Carey, the sister of  Miriam Carey, a woman who was shot and killed during an incident on Capitol Hill in 2013. 
Miriam Carey drove through a White House checkpoint and died in a hail of bullets, her infant son in the backseat. Was a Secret Service screw up to blame?

Cornel West speaks with KBOO about race, theology and justice

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Fri, 07/03/2015 - 11:00am - 11:15am
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Professor Cornel West
An exclusive interview with academic radical Cornel West, who was in Portland for the Unitarian Universalist convention on June 27th, 2015.

Terry Masear on "Fastest Things on Wings" and Her Encounters While Caring for Hummingbirds

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Mon, 06/29/2015 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Terry Masear on "Fastest Things on Wings" and Her Encounters While Caring for Hummingbirds
Host Michelle Schroeder Fletcher speaks with Portland-based writer Terry Masear about her new book FASTEST THINGS ON WINGS about the trials and triumphs a hummingbird rehabber encounters while caring for her tiny, fragile patients.

Terry Masear is bird rehabilitator who researches and writes about hummingbirds in her spare time. She was formerly an English teacher, and she received her PhD from UCLA.

Aspen Baker on her book "Pro-Voice: How to Keep Listening When the World Wants a Fight"

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Mon, 06/29/2015 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Aspen Baker on her book "Pro-Voice: How to Keep Listening When the World Wants a Fight"
Host Kathleen Stephenson speaks with Aspen Baker about her new book, "Pro-Voice: How to Keep Listening When the World Wants a Fight."

Aspen Baker is the co-founder of Exhale, a caring, nonjudgmental space for women and men to share their feelings about abortion, without choosing sides.

Baker describes how she and Exhale developed their “pro-voice” philosophy and the creative approaches they employed to help women and men have respectful, compassionate exchanges about even this most controversial of topics. 

Exploring the Social, Political, Cultural and Ethical Dimensions of Mathematics Education

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Fri, 06/26/2015 - 11:00am - 11:40am
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Exploring the Social, Political, Cultural and Ethical Dimensions of Mathematics Education

Michelle Schroeder Fletcher hosts a panel discussion with presenters from the Mathematics, Education and Society Conference, a biennial international conference being held this week at Portland State University. The Participants are exploring social, political, cultural, and ethical dimensions of mathematics education. This is the first time that the international conference is being held in the US.

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Judy Chicago

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Mon, 10/20/2008

Kathleen Stephenson speaks with artist, author, feminist, educator and intellectual Judy Chicago about overcoming the erasure of women's history and women's achievements, the struggles of women artists today and about her support for bitch Magazine. Chicago will be in Portland on Saturday night for an art auction benefiting bitch magazine.

William Gibson on Spook Country & the Cyber-Age

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Wed, 10/15/2008

On KBOO's Oct 16 Radiozine Ed Goldber interivews science fiction author of Spook Country, William Gibson who discusses how the cyber-age is affecting all of us.

Interview: Frederick Lane on the Supreme Court and the Election

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Wed, 10/15/2008

Frederick Lane, author of the book The Court and the Cross: The Religious Right's Crusade to Reshape the Supreme Court, and host Linda Olson-Osterlund discuss the November election, Sarah Palin and the effect the outcome of the election will have on America's future. For more go to www.fredericklane.com

 

 

Chalmers Johnson on Election 2008: Regionalism, Racism or Economic Realities?

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Wed, 10/08/2008

On the 10/09 Thursday Radiozine Per Fegereng interviews Chalmers Johnson, author of the new article "Voting the Fate of the Nation, Will Economic Meltdown, Race or Regional Loyalty be the Trum Card in Lelectin 2008?"  on  Tomdispatch.com .  Chalmers Johnson's latest Book is Nemisis: The Last Days of the American Republic

Thor Hanson: Eco-tourism & the Uganda Mountain Gorilla

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Wed, 09/17/2008

On the Thursday Radioazine for September 18, Stephanie Potter spoke with Thor Hanson, author of  The Impenetrable Forest, My Gorilla Years in Uganda.    Hanson lived in a remote village at the Edge of Bwindi Impenetrable forest , working with local trackers to create an eco-tourist program  and save some of the world's last remaining mountain gorillas and their ancient forest home.  With humor and affection he has written not only about the gorillas, but also the people of Uganda and the rich hospitality of their culture. 

Street Medics at the RNC

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Thu, 09/11/2008

Host Marlene Howell speaks with Oliver Hayes and Ryan Westlund, recent PSU grads and Portland Street Medics. They'll discuss what  happened when they were both arrested in St Paul, MN, at the Republican National Convention.

Wes Jackson: Prairie Ecology-Model for Agriculture

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Wed, 09/10/2008
On the Sept 5 Radiozine, Bruce Silverman interviews Wes Jackson, botanist, geneticist, proponent of using prairie ecology as the model for agriculture, and director of The Land Institute. He has edited a new book of essays called The Virtues of Ignorance: Complexity, Sustainability and The Limits of Knowledge. Jackson claims achieving a better world may require less information and technology, not more.

Carnivore Extinction: Why should we care?

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Wed, 09/10/2008
On the Sept 10 Radiozine, Host Melinda Bernerts asks, "How does the extinction of the world's large predators such as lions affect us?" She talks with wildlife journalist William Stolzenberg about what the loss of top carnivores means to cities like Portland.
 

Michael Meade of the Mosaic Multicultural Foundation

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Mon, 09/01/2008

Host Lyn Moellech interviews author Michael Meade of the Mosaic Multicultural Foundation about Voices of Vets.  Meade will be speaking in Portland along with veterans and their families in an evening of original poetry, stories and commentary on Saturday, September 6th at 7pm at the First Congregational United Church.

Preview: Raw & Living Spirit Retreat-Aug 26-29

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Wed, 08/20/2008

On the Thursday, August 21, Radiozine, producer Mel Reslor offers a program on raw foods and a preview of the 3rd Annual Raw and Living Spirit Retreat at Camp Adams in Molalla, which is in Clackamas County, Oregon, and takes place August 26-29, 2008.   Program guests include Abeba Wright, author of Absoulutely Abeba's Krazy Krackers and Absolutely Abeba's Edible Treats; and Victoria Boutenko, author of Green for Life.

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Correction

 A typo occured with one of our guests, Todd Dalotto on Radiozine this past Friday. Our apologies for the oversight.

 

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