APA Compass's Andrew Yeh interviews June Arima Schumann, co-chair for APANO's (Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon)'s board of directors. Ms. Schumann discusses the extensive research that's been done over the past few years on people of color in Multnomah County, Oregon.
"The Authenticity Hoax: How We Get Lost Finding Ourselves"
Hosts Celeste Carey and Cecil Prescod Andrew Potter about his book, The Authenticity Hoax: How We Get Lost Finding Ourselves. Andrew Potter is public affairs columnist with Maclean's magazine, Canada's premier newsweekly, and a features editor with Canadian Business magazine.
Where Vision Meets on-the-Ground Action: A Conversation with Eric Mann
How does the vision of creating social justice get translated into concrete action for change? What are the roles and responsibilities of the organizer in making change happen? This week on Voices from the Edge, Jo Ann and Dave kick-off the fall membership drive with a special conversation with Eric Mann, whose recent book, Playbook for Progressives: 16 Qualities of the Successful Organizer, taps into the author's 40 years of experience working with labor, community, environmental and social justice movements.
PROJECT CENSORED 2012 SPECIAL with Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips
Theresa Mitchell of Presswatch and Per Fagereng of Fight the Empire co-host a special program with Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips of Project Censored to talk about the release of Censored 2012, which Celebrates 35 Years of Project Censored.
In the last 35 years, the so-called mainstream media have been co-opted into a propaganda machine for the transnational corporate power structure, which serves a US/NATO Military Industrial Media Empire instead of We the People.
Project Censored resists the goals of global empire at the expense of human rights, we resist top down managed news in favor of a truly free press, and we resist censorship in all its guises.
Denise Morris and Laurie Mercier talk about "American Dream", which was an Academy award winning documentary about union meatpackers working in one of Hormel's plants. They consider the tension within the labor movement as the national union disagreed over the militant actions of the local union, and the lessons it has for today's labor struggles.
Good wages, benefits and a better life for your children were what most Americans expected in return for their hard day's work. But these pieces of the American dream are fast disappearing as living wage jobs disappear, hard-won benefits are lost and earnings remain flat. When Oregon's middle class starts to unravel, what happens to the rest of the economy?