Human rights

Joe Uris says "Things ARE Winnable!"

program date: 
Mon, 04/14/2008

Joe Uris hosts today. His topic is "Things Are Winnable." The issues include fighting the LNG terminals in Oregon, the many sins of John McNasty, and more. 

83:50 minutes (38.38 MB)

Our Daily Meds - Melody Petersen

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Healthwatch
program date: 
Sun, 04/13/2008

Dr. David Naimon (DrNaimon.com) interviews Melody Petersen, (New York Times) the author of Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs.

26:52 minutes (24.6 MB)

Center for Alternatives for Sex Workers Opens

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program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Sun, 04/13/2008

 

This past Saturday, in Northeast Portland, the Council for Prostitution Alternatives opened its second weekly drop in center for any person who is now working, or who has ever worked, in the sex industry.

KBOO reporter Don Wolfe spoke with the Director, Lila Lee, about the new Northeast Portland Drop In location and her long term goals for the organization.

4:50 minutes (1.67 MB)

Poet Activist Sunni Patterson on V-Day in New Orleans

program: 
Bread and Roses
program date: 
Fri, 04/11/2008

Activist, poet and healer Sunni Patterson speaks with Bread & Roses from the Tenth Annual V-Day celebration in New Orleans.  The annual V-Day event is an international celebration of ending violence against women and girls, and this year honors the women of New Orleans and the Gulf South.  Ms. Patterson, a native of New Orleans, was part of a panel that presented at the V-Day events on April 11.       This audio includes a poem and interview.   

For more information about Sunni Patterson, you can log onto her website:  www.sunnipatterson.com

 

20:57 minutes (19.18 MB)

Locus Focus with poet/activist Hilton Obenzinger

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Locus Focus
program date: 
Tue, 04/08/2008

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the 1968 student strike at Columbia University, one of the many pivotal events of 1968 being remembered this year. Locus Focus host Barbara Bernstein, as a freshman at Barnard College, spent a week occupying Low Library, the office of Columbia University's president, along with 100 other students, kicking off a series of actions and mass arrests that shut down the university for the rest of the semester. Today she speaks with fellow striker and Low Library occupier Hilton Obenzinger, (obenzinger.com) whose memoir Busy Dying (chax press) comes out this month.

74:30 minutes (34.11 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: The Tribunal of Omar Khadr

program date: 
Sun, 04/06/2008

 Omar Khadr was only fifteen years old whe he was captured by American Forces in Afghanistan.This  program talks about his torture and mistreatment in U.S. custody. For more information start with Wikipedia and follow the many leads. For newspaper coverage go to The Torotno Star and reporter Michelle Shephard. Go to the ACLU for an organization in support of Khadr's rights.

4:26 minutes (10.15 MB)

Tibet and Protests around the Olympic Torch

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Sun, 04/06/2008

Scott Forrester interviews Ben Carrdus Senior Researcher and Communications Deputy for the International Campaign For Tibet about the upcomming protests surrounding China, Tibet and the Olympic Torch.

26:35 minutes (24.34 MB)

Mumia Abu-Jamal Situation: Dave Lindorff Interview

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program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Thu, 04/03/2008
5:15 minutes (4.81 MB)

Saed Bannoura Interview with Fouad Khoffash on Palestinian Political Detainees

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program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Thu, 04/03/2008

KBOO's Saed Bannoura brings us an interview with Fouad Khoffash on the issue of Palestinian political detainees.  Special thanks to Waddah Sofan for help with voicing.

7:02 minutes (6.45 MB)
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