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KBOO interviews witness to fatal police shooting in Oakland

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Evening News
program date: 
Thu, 08/27/2015
A policewoman shot a man to death this morning in the Adams Point neighborhood of Oakland, after he assaulted her with what the police have only described as a “metal object,” but which witnesses say was a bike chain.
The officer, who has not been named, received a call that the man had assaulted somebody with a bike chain early in the morning.
She radioed for more police and an ambulance at eight-thirty-six after shooting the man, who is black, and who relatives have said suffers from an unspecified mental illness.
KBOO spoke with Nayomi Munaweera, a Sri Lankan-American author based in Oakland, who witnessed the immediate aftermath of the shooting.
  7:34 minutes (6.93 MB)

Janus Youth Workers Rally for 15

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program: 
Labor Radio
program date: 
Fri, 08/28/2015
Janus Youth Workers, organized in the Industrial Workers of the World (Wobblies), march on their boss (Dennis) and rally outside the headquarters of the non-profit agency which works with homeless and marginalized youth.  Host Jamie Partridge interviews two workers, Tyler and Bella, who describe their working conditions and poverty wages amid a chanting crowd.  Tyler reads a statement directly to Dennis, demanding $15 per hour on behalf of her co-workers. 13:51 minutes (12.67 MB)

Interview: Chanel Adair

program: 
The Underground
program date: 
Wed, 08/26/2015
Youth Collective members Ryan and River interview Chanel Adair, multimedia artis, about her current show at Blackwater, 835 NE Broadway, for The Underground. The topic of the show was "Art". 7:07 minutes (4.89 MB)

Analysis on Iran's nuclear deal and the Jewish community in Iran

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program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Wed, 08/26/2015
The U-S Congress is on a deadline to vote on a nuclear deal with Iran by September seventeenth.  Freelance foreign correspondent Erlich is recently back from Iran on assignment for GlobalPost.  He has reported from Iran six times and has covered the Middle East since 1986. His piece "Iran's Jewish community gets behind nuclear deal with U.S." was recently published by GlobalPost and USA Today.
KBOO spoke with Ehrlich earlier today about the Iranian nuclear deal, and the response by Iran’s Jewish community:
6:52 minutes (6.28 MB)

Bonstche the Silent by I. L. Peretz

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Sun, 08/23/2015
Liz Schwartz welcomes George Lederer, who reads I. L. Peretz's famous short story, Bontsche the Silent. 26:54 minutes (24.62 MB)

Journalist Robert Hunziker on the politics of climate change

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Wed, 08/26/2015
Host Paul Roland speaks again with cutting-edge climate journalist Robert Hunziker from Los Angeles. They will discuss the Children's Trust lawsuit and critical information that has come to light in the discovery process; Pope Francis' upcoming address to the U.S. 56:15 minutes (77.25 MB)

Greece: What can the US left learn? (rough audio)

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Tue, 08/25/2015
A panel organized by the Oregon Working Families Party addresses the topic - Disrupting Democracy -- What can the US Left learn from Greece.  Panelists include moderator Mary King, economic professor from Portland State University; Robin Hahnel, economics professor from PSU; Barbara Dudley, political science professor at PSU and WFP founder; and Dan Cantor, national director of the Working Families Party. 55:49 minutes (51.1 MB)

Caldera Arts Camp: Everybody's got a little light under the Sun

program: 
The Underground
program date: 
Wed, 08/26/2015
Every summer, Caldera students from Central Oregon and Portland come together for an 8-10 day intensive arts and nature camp experience. Camp is held at the Caldera Arts Center located on 120 acres of mountain and forest land at the edge of Blue Lake near Sisters, Oregon. While at camp, youth work with professional mentors, artists, and naturalists to build self-confidence, nurture artistic talents, create a supportive peer network, and experience the natural world.

These poems were recorded during the class "Everybody's Got a Little Light Under the Sun"

9:51 minutes (16.25 MB)

Radical Reconstruction

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Mon, 08/24/2015

Clayton Morgareidge reads from a piece by Alex Gourevitch in the current issue of Jacobin "Our Forgotten Labor Revolution" arguing that the Reconstruction of the South following the Civil War was ended because its promise of freedom was threatening to go beyond the abolition of chattel slavery to challenge wage slavery. 

[public domain image of Knights of Labor Seal via wikipedia] 8:20 minutes (3.81 MB)
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