Portland's teachers recently won a contract with the School Board enabling them to turn more of their attention to their work. Two leaders of the Portland Association of Teachers Gwen Sullivan and Elizabeth Thiel talk with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about how this came about with help from students and their families. Part 2 of this interview, in which Gwen and Elizabeth discuss how Portland's teachers will be able to use their improved position to better educate children, will be aired on next week's Old Mole. 23:54 minutes (16.41 MB)
The Old Mole's Left and the Law team of Mike Snedeker and Jan Haaken discuss the recent court ruling that California's death penalty is unconstitutional. They look at the grounds for the decision, how widely it might apply, and what it means for the future of the anti-capital punishment movement. 16:50 minutes (11.56 MB)
Reproductive Justice was the theme of a summer youth camp held here in Portland by Momentum Allliance. Jan Haaken talks here with Carla Castañeda and Perla Álvarez, who participated in the camp, about what they learned.
(Photo taken in the KBOO studio during this discussion.)
9:34 minutes (6.58 MB)