When an individual is released from prison or jail, they are free. But are they really? Tonight, Out Loud focuses on a topic that is close to home for our queer family. Recently, Natalie Marie, an Out Loud host and producer, was dismissed from the Q Center, after failing a state-mandated criminal background check. Natalie was the "Volunteer of the Year” in 2012 for the Q Center.
Live broadcast of the forum held at Portland State University on the Portland Women's Movement of the 1970s to the present day - from activism to institutions.
The Portland women’s movement of the 70s began with protests and consciousness raising but quickly expanded to include projects and services: bookstores, abortion information and referral, a rape hotline, women’s studies at PSU, a feminist school, a building, a health clinic and more.
Programming to celebrate and honor International Women's Day: A KBOO Tradition
Continuing KBOO's long standing tradition of special programming to honor International Women's Day, this year we have 35 hours lined up to inform, inspire and celebrate women. All programs during this special time are produced by women, with all women tech crews, too. There will be a mix of music programming, including a couple of blocks of live music on Friday, and information and news, too! It all starts Thursday evening at 7 pm, and runs through Saturday morning at 6 am. Pt. 2
Radical LGBT activists see the fight for gay marriage as a distraction from the more important struggle for economic justice. Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis is one such activist -- a writer for A New Queer Agenda. Here he talks with the Old Mole's Denise Morris about how LGBT people are affected by economic injustice.