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COMMUNITY CALENDAR MONDAY July 27th 2009

program date: 
Sun, 07/26/2009

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR MONDAY July 27th 2009

This is the community calendar for Monday, July 27th 2009.

Join Portland Books to Prisoners’ Mailing Nights every Monday & Tuesday from 5:30 pm - 8pm, to help mail literature and educational books, at 1112 NE Morton St.

For more information about the mailing nights or other ways to support Portland Books to Prisoners, please visit their website: http://pdxbookstoprisoners.org .

CoHo Productions presents Endless Summer, its first ever summer program showcasing at least one performance a night.

2:06 minutes (1.93 MB)

Life after Lockdown

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Prison Pipeline
program date: 
Sun, 07/19/2009

A good discussion about Oxford House was provided by Jimmy Williams, Field Services Supervisor of Oregon Recovery Homes. Outreach Coordinators Ed and Cori, and the Program Manager, Wayne Kline also participated. For more information:call 503/413-9233 to talk to Jimmy or send him an email: jimmyw@rap-nw.org. Friends, family and loved ones as well as folks soon to be released can write to the Recovery Association Project, 18438 SE Pine St., Portland, OR 97233 – Attention Jimmy Williams or Wayne Kline or search 222.rap-nw.org.

29:13 minutes (26.76 MB)

Gender Blender on 07/21/09

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Tue, 07/21/2009 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
Gender in Correctional Facilities, especially treatment of transgender inmates.

 

Bridges to Change

program: 
Prison Pipeline
program date: 
Sun, 07/12/2009

A group of guests from Bridges to Change told their stories. All of the mentors and administrators from this organization are ex-felons. The director - Chuck, the program director – Doug, and two clients – John an Pete joined Ruth in a discussion about the value of a mentor program for folks when released. Assistance in housing, job hunting and connecting with the family and community can make a significant difference as folks begin new lives in the community.

29:39 minutes (27.15 MB)

The July 13 Old Mole Variety Hour

program date: 
Sun, 07/12/2009

 

Hosted by Laurie Mercier (pictured here) and featuring music by activist folk-singer Anne Feeney, this program discusses what Obama's experience as a community organizer  might mean for him as President; the role of science in the law; Hurt Locker, the movie about defusing bombs in Iraq; and the bad job  the mainstream press is doing on the military coup in Honduras.  

53:57 minutes (30.87 MB)

Bad Science, Bad Law

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program date: 
Sun, 07/12/2009

 What is the role of science in sending people to prison?  What if the science is bunk? Attorney Mike Snedeker talks with the Old Mole's Jan Haaken about how science can lead to justice and injustice in the wake of the recent Supreme Court Decision calling for the cross-examination of scientific experts, as well as a case currently under review in Oregon

11:41 minutes (6.69 MB)

Prison activist Victoria Law discusses her new book "Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggle of Incarcerated Women"

program: 
APA Compass
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Thu, 07/02/2009

Victoria Law is an activist, mother, photographer and writer. APA Compass member Toni Tabora-Roberts spoke with her about her new book Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggle of Incarcerated Women and her work as a prison activist. This is a longer version of the interview which aired on the July 3, 2009 APA Compass program.

22:52 minutes (20.94 MB)

Criminal Sentence Reduction

program: 
Prison Pipeline
program date: 
Sun, 07/05/2009

Caylor Roling from Partnerships for Safety & Justice provided details and update information on HB 3508 which recently passed the Oregon House and Senate.

The next Prison Pipeline Special will concern Prisoners Giving to those on the outside. If you know about a project or fundraiser done by prisoners that made a contribution to an individual or organization in need, please let us know.

26:03 minutes (23.85 MB)

A History of Gangs

program date: 
Sun, 07/05/2009

 The origins and development of gangs is more complex than the stereotypes of them.  John Hagedorn has studied and hung out with gangs all over the world and written several books about them.  Here he talks with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about why there are gangs and how they sometimes morph into very different forms.  Hagedorn's work with gangs can be seen on his website GangResearch.net where you can find links to YouTube videos, podcasts, and Hagedorn's writings.  

17:12 minutes (9.85 MB)
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