Racism

Circle A Radio playlist for 10/05/2007

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10/05/2007

JENA SIX

Circle A Radio playlist for 09/05/2007

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09/05/2007

POLICE  ACCOUNTABILITY

On the first anniversary of the James “Jim-Jim” Chasse killing, we interview Jason Renault of the Mental Health Association of Portland, Alejandro Queral of the NW Constitutional Rights Center, and Kwik Jones, local playwright.  We also will play excerpts from a film by Copwatch, called “These Streets are Watching” – a 53 minute documentary which is available on google video. 

Interview with local FBI about Hammerfest

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Evening News
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Thu, 10/04/2007

The Hammerskin Nation, a neo-Nazi skinhead organization, aims to attract hundreds of hardcore racists to the group's twentieth-anniversary celebration, to be held from today until Sunday somewhere in the greater Portland area. The group has not publicized the location of the event.

The Hammerskins, began life in 1987 as the Confederate Hammerskins.  The group was founded in Dallas, TX gang specializing in violence against Jewish people and people of color, sexual minorities, as well as activists.

The Hammerskin Nation--a masthead for Hammerskin racist skinhead crews--has since gone national, and later international, with their bigoted agenda.

7:57 minutes (7.29 MB)

Hammerskin Nation 2007

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Evening News
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Tue, 09/25/2007

Volksfront, a portland based white supremacist group will be joining with The Hammerskin Nation to celebrate an event known as hammerfest 2007.  The event will be held somewhere in the Portland area from October 5th to 7th.
KBOO news reporter, Eoin (Owen) Bastable, spoke with Mark Po-TOK from the Southern Poverty Law center about the groups sponsoring this annual, national event.

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Katrina's Real First Responders

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Evening News
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Tue, 08/28/2007

It took days - often weeks - for governmental agencies and relief organizations to respond to the disaster in the Gulf.

But residents - in the middle of the disaster - didn’t have a choice, and acted immediately.   While countless lives were saved by these first responders, their heroic actions were rarely reported by mainstream media.

10:17 minutes (9.42 MB)

"Katrina, Two Years Later”

Tune in Wednesday, August 29th from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., as KBOO dedicates a full day of special programming to coincide with the anniversary of the Hurricane Katrina disaster of 2005.

We will feature a diverse array of public affairs and music programs that focus on New Orleans, the history and aftermath of Katrina, as well as current events and other relevant issues.

  Topics to be covered include:

Circle A Radio playlist for 1-17-2007

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01/17/2007

COAL

Discussion about the resistance to coal extraction in both the US and Venezuela. Bahe Katenay, Elouise Brown, the Pedro Garcia family, Chuck Nelson 

Circle A Radio playlist for 2-7-2007

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02/07/2007

THE CRIMINALIZATION OF IMMIGRATION

Circle A Radio playlist for 3-7-2007

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03/07/2007

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.

Circle A Radio playlist for 3-21-2007

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03/21/2007

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.

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