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Episode Archive

David Cay Johnston on Health Care Inequality

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Mon, 06/30/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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David Cay Johnston on Health Care Inequality

Health and Health Care Forum

Writer Jean Kwok on her latest work

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Mon, 06/23/2014 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Writer Jean Kwok on her latest work

Host Sarika Mehta interviews writer Jean Kwok about her latest work "Mambo in Chinatown".
 
Jean Kwok immigrated from Hong Kong to Brooklyn when she was five and worked in a Chinatown clothing factory for much of her childhood. She won early admission to Harvard, where she worked as many as four jobs at a time, and graduated with honors in English and American literature, before going on to earn an MFA in fiction at Columbia. In between her degrees, she worked for three years as a professional ballroom dancer for Fred Astaire Studios in New York City. 

2nd Annual Resistance Ecology Conference, June 27 to 29: "Moving Theory to Action"

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Mon, 06/23/2014 - 10:15am - 11:00am
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Discussion with organizers of 2014 Resistance Ecology Conference, at Portland State University

Host Stephanie Potter speaks with Justin Kay and Tim Hitchins, organizers of the 2nd Annual Resistance Ecology Conference (2014)

The Beehive Design Collective on part three of their trilogy about globalization in the Americas

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Fri, 06/20/2014 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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The Beehive Design Collective on part three of their trilogy about globalization in the Americas

From the series Sprouts an interview with the Beehive Design Collective about their third and final image in the Beehive's trilogy about globalization in the Americas, focusing on resistance to mega-infrastructure projects that are literally paving the way for free trade agreements that devastate local economies and communities. Audio of the interview is used to "see" the story of the MezoAmerica Resite
traveling art exhibit detailing the struggle for environmental justice in Central and South America. 

Danielle Krysa on her book "Creative Block"

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Fri, 06/20/2014 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Danielle Krysa on her book "Creative Block"

Host Kathleen Stephenson speaks with artist and blogger Danielle Krysa about her new book Creative Block: Get Unstuck, Discover New Ideas: Advice and Projects from 50 Successful Artists.

Creative block presents the most crippling—and unfortunately universal—challenge for artists.  Danielle Krysa interviewed 50 successful international artists working in different mediums.  She talks about their insights on how to conquer self-doubt, stay motivated, and get new ideas to flow. 

Before You Know It, a documentary about the first Out generation of LGBT seniors

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Tue, 06/10/2014 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Before You Know It, a documentary about the first Out generation of LGBT seniors

(Stage and Studio is off today.)

Portland resident Dennis Creamer is a principal subject in BEFORE YOU KNOW IT, a new landmark documentary about the first Out generation of LGBT seniors.

Dennis is a former Florida resident who came out of the closet in his 70s after the death of his wife. He moved to Portland a few years ago, where he made a new home at Rainbow Vista, an LGBT retirement community. The documentary chronicles Dennis's journey and also addresses some of the unique issues faced by LGBT seniors, such as isolation and loneliness, housing discrimination, health problems and lack of family support, and how some LGBT seniors are dealing with the legalization of same-sex marriage.

Remembering Stonewall, a documentary by David Isay

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Mon, 06/09/2014 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Remembering Stonewall, a documentary by David Isay
Remembering Stonewall by David Isay

KBOO presents our annual broadcast of "Remembering Stonewall," which aired first on the 20th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in 1989.

On Friday, June 27, 1969, eight officers from the public morals section of the first division New York City Police Department pulled up in front of the Stonewall Inn, one of the city's largest and most popular gay bars.

At the time, the vice squad routinely raided gay bars. Patrons always complied with the police, frightened by the prospect of being identified in the newspaper. But this particular Friday night was different. It sparked a revolution, and a hidden subculture was transformed into a vibrant political movement. 

Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign and Universal Healthcare in Vermont

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Fri, 06/06/2014 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign and Universal Healthcare in Vermont

We speak with James Haslam, Executive Director of the Vermont Workers Center, about their Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign. 

Since 2008, the Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign has been working to make universal healthcare a reality in Vermont. In 2011, their people’s movement succeeded in getting a groundbreaking law passed: Act 48, which commits Vermont to creating a healthcare system providing healthcare as a public good and ensuring everyone can get the healthcare they need, when they need it.



http://www.workerscenter.org/healthcare

James Haslam speaks in Portland this Friday, June 6th, at 7:00 PM

Meghan Murphy on Elliot Rodger, Misogyny and Violence Against Women

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Fri, 05/30/2014 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Meghan Murphy on Elliot Rodger, Misogyny and Violence Against Women

On May 23 in Isla Vista, California, 22-year-old Elliot Rodger murdered six people and wounded 13 more. Rodger, in his blog as well as on Youtube, cited women for not giving him attention, sex and love as motivation for his attack. Most media outlets have talked up what happened as the act of a deranged young man. Yet the tragedy has also prompted a larger conversation about male entitlement in a world where women face escalating threats of rape and violence, not to mention persistent gender disparities in work, education and civil society, each day.

How KBOO Began: Today Is An Important Anniversary

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Fri, 05/30/2014 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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KBOO's "Proto"-History: 1964-1968

Last year we celebrated KBOO's 45th anniversary on the air. Now we are marking the station's 50th year. Huh? It took four years to go from concept to reality. Listen in and learn about KBOO's earliest days -- why the station was created, who was involved, how we got our call letters and our first tiny transmitter.   

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Bill Bradbury on Cliimate Change

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Mon, 01/14/2008

Since participating in the first "Inconvenient Truth" workshop with Al Gore, Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury has been traveling around the state giving presentations based on Al Gore's book. This talk was recorded at the BPA GSA Auditorium on December 13th. It's part of a series of lectures sponsored by the Oregon Public Health Division's Climate Change Committee in collaboration with PSU's Schoolof Community Health, Oregon Environmental Council, and Physicians for Social Responsibility. Bradbury offers his own insights and personal take on what we can do to turn the crisis around.

Conn Hallinan - Assessing Iraq

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Thu, 01/03/2008

Host Per Fagereng interviews Conn Hallinan, columnist for Foreign Policy In Focus, about two of his recent articles.
In "Death at a Distance: The U.S. Air War," Hallinan says "an enormous intensification of U.S. bombardments" in Iraq and Afghanistan entails an "increasing number of civilian casualties ... and the growing role of pilot-less killers in the conflict."
    His most recent piece is "The Surge: Illusion and Reality," which argues that a decrease in attacks on U.S. troops is more the result of political decisions by the U.S. government and Iraqi groups than the result of more U.S. troops in Iraq.

Interview with Free Geek

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Mon, 12/17/2007

Michelle Shroeder Fletcher interviews Shawn Furst and Michael Westwind from Portland's unique computer training and electronics recycling center.  Find out how to recycle old computer gear with Free Geek, or how you can earn your own computer by helping Free Geek build them for others.

Code Pink Tea Party

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Tue, 12/11/2007

Marianne Barisonek speaks with the women of Code Pink Portland about their Tea Party.  On December 16th, 1773 a group of patriots protested Great Britain's policies by dumping tea into Boston Harbor.  On December 16th, 2007 Code Pink Portland will symbolically recreate this event on the Hawthorne Bridge and will read their updated Declaration of Independence. Go to codepink.org for more info.

Zaher Wahab on Afghanistan

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Thu, 11/29/2007

Zaher Wahab, Professor of Education at Lewis & Clark and native of Afghanistan is interviewed by Dave Mazza about the current situation in Afghanistan and related issues.

Morgan Spurlock Interview

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Thu, 11/22/2007

Morgan Spurlock, filmmaker and star of the documentary "Supersize Me," is interviewed by Robyn Shanti. He talks about his new film about consumerism, "What Would Jesus Buy?"

Special Friday on the Environment with Scott Forrester 091407

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Thu, 09/13/2007

Scott Forrester, host of Monday on the Environment, spoke with Sherm Horiuchi, a local resident who is emigrating to Canada.

Charlie Stephens on "Peak Oil, Money and Debt"

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Tue, 08/07/2007

Host Per Fagereng interviewed Charlie Stephens, former energy analyst for the State of Oregon, about Peak Oil, the economy and Kissinger's secret visit to Russia.

Volunteer to Help Pacific Crest Trail

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Mon, 08/06/2007

Stephanie Ludlow, with Northwest Service Academy, describes a unique volunteer opportunity to have fun, eat great food, hike, and help maintain the Pacific Crest Trail.

Robert Parry -- The Danger of a Cornered George Bush

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Tue, 07/31/2007

Per Fagereng talked with journalist  Robert Parry on The Danger of a Cornered George Bush, and article in Consortium News by Dr. Justin Frank and Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.

Comments

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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