Food

Political Perspectives on 08/17/11

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Wed, 08/17/2011 - 9:30am - 10:00am
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Potluck in the Park - Celebrating 20 Years Of Serving A Free Hot Meal To Anyone In Need

Michelle Schroeder Fletcher hosts a program about Potluck in the Park - Celebrating 20 Years Of Serving A Free Hot Meal To Anyone In Need, Since 1991.

In downtown Portland every Sunday, rain or shine, a dedicated group of volunteers from Potluck in the Park (PiP) come together to create community and serve a hot nutritious meal to anyone in need.

On Aug. 28th, Potluck in the Park celebrates its 20th birthday by offering a Free barbecue meal to anyone in need with an estimated attendance of 1200 guests in the PSU Park Blocks between S.W. Hall & Montgomery. A Resource Faire in collaboration with local social services providers will include Health, Legal, Youth Services, Haircuts, Bike Repairs, Pet Food and Live Music.

Political Perspectives on 07/29/11

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Fri, 07/29/2011 - 9:00am - 9:30am
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REAL STATE OF AMERICA ATLAS

Host Michelle Schroeder-Fletcher speaks with Joni Seager and Cynthia Enloe about their book, REAL STATE OF AMERICA ATLAS, which draws back the curtain on our complex nation to reveal the myriad realities of the American experience-from our changing demographics to patterns of home ownership to the kinds of food we eat. The atlas upends many long-held myths and shows us who we are today.

Cynthia Enloe is research professor at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, and has appeared on NPR and written numerous articles on feminism, militarization, and globalization.

 

Talk Radio on 07/22/11

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Fri, 07/22/2011 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Bo Rinaldi on adopting a plant based lifestyle

Host Robyn Shanti welcomes guest Bo Rinaldi, who calls himself a “bloodless revolutionary” and believes that the only way out of this matrix of Corporatocracy we find ourselves in, is by adopting a plant based lifestyle.

Bo is one of the pioneers of the organic movement in the US and has been a vegan since 1960, when at 12 years old, he cured himself of asthma and other allergies by following a vegan diet in just two weeks. What Bo proposes now is that a simple plant based diet can cure what ails us, saving us tons of money, support our local economies better than any other action and free us from the matrix of control known as 'food', which actually kills us, medicines that mask symptoms and businesses that pillage the lands and peoples.

The Food Show

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Food Show
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Wed, 07/20/2011

This month on the Food Show we present an interview with Sarah Murray, author of  Moveable Feasts, a history about the trips food has made from the farm to the fork.

www.moveablefeasts.org

Also an audio collage takes us to the Lents' International Farmers' Market.

And of course the cheese from the Roquefort Files.

56:41 minutes (51.89 MB)

The Roquefort Files (7/20/11)

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Food Show
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Wed, 07/20/2011

KBOO's homage du fromage, hosted by Justin Miller and KBOO's Cheese Wiz in Residence, Stuart Margolis

15:00 minutes (13.74 MB)

Food Show on 07/20/11

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Food Show
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Wed, 07/20/2011 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Moveable Feasts, Lents Farmers' Market, and Cheese

This month on the Food Show we present an interview with Sarah Murray, author of  Moveable Feasts, a history about the trips food has made from the farm to the fork.

www.moveablefeasts.org

Also an audio collage takes us to the Lents' International Farmers' Market.

And of course the cheese from the Roquefort Files.

Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit

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Healthwatch
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Mon, 07/18/2011

What is the cost of eating foods out of season?  Host David Naimon interviews award-winning journalist Barry Estabrook about his new book Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit.   Learn how the winter tomato industry in Florida affects not only the taste and nutrition of tomatoes, but also how it actually supports modern-day slavery right here in the United States.

29:15 minutes (26.78 MB)

Radiozine on 07/15/11

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Radiozine
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Fri, 07/15/2011 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Sisters of the Road

Host Jay Thiemeyer interviews Erinn Goodell of Sisters of the Road about commitment to food justice, including creating partnerships with local food growers and suppliers and addressing food insecurity and/or the increase of people experiencing homelessness and poverty in our community (especially families). Sisters is currently holding Operation Cornbread, a fundraising campaign in the summer because it is typically a time of low-giving, and this year is no different. 

July 11 Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 07/11/2011

 

Clayton Morgareidge hosts this episode of the Old Mole which deals with food and world hunger, a book about a future after capitalism, labor and the left in the AT&T merger with T-Mobile, and the political horizons for cyborgs.  


52:14 minutes (29.89 MB)

The World of Hunger

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Mon, 07/11/2011

 Why is food not reaching hungry people?  What could  be done about it?  For some clear answers to these questions, Bill Resnick talks with Christina Schiavone, Director of the Global Movements Project at WHY .  For more information on this topic, Schiavone recommends Food First, The National Family Farm Coalition, and US Food  Sovereignty Allliance.   

19:56 minutes (11.41 MB)
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