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Exciting times ahead!

I am looking forward to the John Talley Memorial Event this Friday...People from across cultures will gather to honor the one and only, the late John Talley...

When I get the final of the program I will post it here.

I am honored to have interned with John here at KBOO in 2004. Little did I know that a senior project for my Bachelor of Arts degree from Marylhurst would propell me into radio or into a faithful friendship.. I am truly blessed to have known John and to have him as a friend.

Focusing on that has given me solace when false and greedy, mean and ugly acts have been directed at me during a time of grief..I have lost respect for those involved but I pray that those misdirected people will be redirected to a path more positive.

Donadaghvi,

Special Programming: Public Affairs on 05/18/12

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Fri, 05/18/2012 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Beyond Veganism: Food Justice and Racism in the food industry

Everyone should have the right to choose foods they want to eat, especially foods that are healthier for them and that meet some of their ethical beliefs. Communities of color and low-income communities often have difficulty accessing healthier foods when compared to higher income areas.

Musings on KBOO Membership and More

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During this membership drive I've had time to think about why and how I am involved with KBOO.

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2000. Recently divorced. Left the conservative church I'd been a member of for decades. Had started reading "radical" news like The Oregon Peaceworker.

By this time, I'd already been involved in my revitalized tribal culture for some time. (I remember the first powwow I had attended, bouncing my baby Tk-tk (Rachel) in my arms to the big drum that was the heart beat of the nations.)

I found my way to Portland, land of anonymity, where I could follow my passions for forest defense, nursing, and being free of the scrutiny of a small, conservative community. But I really missed my sweatlodge community in Coos County.

News and Public Affairs Day on 05/11/12

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Fri, 05/11/2012 - 10:30am - 4:00pm
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Inspiring & Motivating Speakers (Barsamian, Laduke, Nader, and Caldicott)

Four prominent activists, David Barsamian, Helen Caldicott, Ralph Nader, and Winona LaDuke, on the challenges of our time. All talks were recorded in Portland in the last month.

  • David BarsamianDavid Barsamian on "The Media, History and Occupy the Economy."
    David Barsamian is the host of Alternative Radio and the author of many books with great thinkers of our time, most recently "Occupy the Economy: Challenging Capitalism" with Richard Wolff.

Dine' (Navajo) and Hopi people say proposed water settlement sells them down the river

Hopi and Dine' (Navajo) people are banning together to oppose SB 2109 and HB 4067 that support a proposed water rights settlement that they say sells them down the river.

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/04/14/little-colorado-wat...

Call into the station to express your concerns about this issue. 503-231-8187.

Osiyo with Redwillow on 05/03/12

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Thu, 05/03/2012 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Good talk and music. Harjo's book, Grandma Aggie's visit, the Dine' water issue, t

Great music and conversation! As always, I will share about my friend, the late John Talley, who inspired me to do Native radio...

I'll talk about Grandma Aggie's visit on Osiyo with Redwillow and Joy Harjo's new book, "Crazy Brave".

Looking to have a person down in Dine' give us the skinny on the water rights issue from inside the rez.

Norm Diamond and Abigail Singer of Portland Central America Solidarity Committee

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Mon, 04/30/2012

Norm underscores how May Day is about the recognition of class-structure in society. Abigail offers her perspective as a worker with the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee. They talk about the meaning of the song bread and roses and social justice organizing, the work of the Portland Liberation Organizing Council. Abigail summarizes what PCASC is up to now (a campaign to get Wells Fargo to divest private prisons, a know your rights workshop for the immigrant community, and other local organizing), climate justice work they've done, and a film about privatizing water in Boliva ("Even The Rain").

14:26 minutes (13.21 MB)

John Talley's Memorial

The John Talley Memorial event will be on May 25th. Sande Bea Allman, John's neice,Pat Lenzi, and myself are deep in the planning...we have feelers out for one of our community leaders to MC the event..Keep your fingers crossed...

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