Old Mole Variety Hour for March 31, 2008

program date: 
Sun, 03/30/2008

 This show is hosted by Luz María Gordillo and features discussions of the WTO (how it works and whom it favors), a novel about a  tough childhood called Before Women Had Wings, and how drug and immigration policies lead to racial profiling.  To hear the whole show, click on the arrow above.  To hear individual pieces, click on their links below.

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1.  All About the WTO: How it works and for whom--Bill Resnick talks with Mary Bottari  of Global Trade Watch.  

35:59 minutes (16.47 MB)

Drug Policy and Racial Profiling

program date: 
Tue, 04/01/2008

 Clayton Mosher talks with Luz María Gordillo about how the war on drugs immigration policies and police work contribute to racial profiling at all levels  of society.  Mosher  is the co-author (with Scott Akins) of Drugs andDrug Policy: The Control of Consciousness Alteration.

11:30 minutes (5.27 MB)

IWD Special: Examining Violence against Asian and APA women

APA Compass
program date: 
Thu, 03/06/2008

In this special International Women's Day edition, APA Compass examined violence against Asian and APA women. Includes interviews with Sarita See, author of Trying Whiteness: Media Representations of the 1996 Okinawa Rape Trial; Fareen Ramji from New York's Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project; and Lam Phan from the API Women and Family Safety Center. Also the Angry APA Minute featuring Margaret Cho.

56:50 minutes (22.77 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for March 24, 2008

program date: 
Sun, 03/23/2008

The Moles succumb to Obamamania!   No, not quite.  But on this show, we review the good, the bad,and the doubtful in the historic candidacy of Barack Obama.   

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1.  The Well-read Red reviews Left Press commentary on Obama.

35:48 minutes (16.39 MB)

A Radical for Obama

program date: 
Sun, 03/23/2008

 Radical black labor activist Malik Miah talks with Bill Resnick about his reasons for supporting Barack Obama while not expecting real change from an Obama presidency.  Malik writes for Against the Current.

18:53 minutes (8.65 MB)

Best selling author, James McBride on the horrors of slavery and the power of hope and redemption.

Black Book Talk
program date: 
Sun, 03/02/2008

Hosts Patricia Welch and Emma Jackson Ford talk with James McBride about his latest book: Song Yet Sung, the story of a runaway slave, shot and captured; hovering near death and dreaming of the future and the Code that leads her to survival.

27:30 minutes (12.59 MB)

Portland Response to the Jena 6

program date: 
Thu, 10/04/2007


The Jena Six refers to a group of six black teenagers who were charged with the beating of a white teenager at Jena High School in Jena, Louisiana on December 4, 2006 , although it is believed that the incident began on September first, 2006 when 3 nooses were found hanging from a tree at Jena High School . We use interviews from Democracy Now to describe the incident, and talk to Kevin Fuller, Founder and Executive Director of the Bridge Builders, and Alpha Tessema, junior, Jesuit High School, a member of the Prospective Gents, who sponsored a Jena Six Fundraiser and Vigil on September 20th in Portland.

40:11 minutes (16.1 MB)

Race and Reparations


 A conversation between Laurie Mercier and Andrew Valls, political  science professor at Oregon State University, about the best way to argue for the justice of reparations for  African Americans.  

17:56 minutes (8.21 MB)

Portland Black Panther Party


We speak with former members of the Portland Chapter of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense: Oscar Johnson, Percy Hampton, Gary Clay, and Kent Ford.

39:08 minutes (15.68 MB)

Legacy Of Torture


We interview Claude Marks, of the Freedom Archives in San Francisco, CA, who produced the documentary Legacy of Torture: The War on the Black Liberation Movement. We also include audio from the documentary.

56:33 minutes (22.65 MB)
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