KBOO Audio Archives

Linked Onwards and Outwards...& Notes: 'Talib' Means 'Student' and 'Embargo' meant 'Cuba'

program: 
Air Cascadia
program date: 
Wed, 12/17/2014

http://www.hanfordchallenge.org/the-big-issues/tank-waste/
That, of course, is the link that will take you to information about the leaking tanks at Hanford

and the Just Foreign Policy:
http://www.justforeignpolicy.org
and Kathy Kelly's Voices for Creative Non-Violence:
http://vcnv.org/

14:43 minutes (10.1 MB)

Kathy Kelly & Voices for Creative Non-Violence Drowning Out The Drone of War

program: 
Air Cascadia
program date: 
Tue, 12/16/2014
Here are a few notes from today's show:  and links to  accompany them:
http://vcnv.org/

12:43 minutes (8.73 MB)

Todd Sloan on Consumerism & Commodity Culture

program date: 
Mon, 12/15/2014
Bill Resnick and Tod Sloan consider what consumerism is and isn't, the political-economic project that drives consumerism, how consumerism tries to compensates us for alienation and exploitation, how consumerism infects our social relations, and how to think about anti-consumerism in a world of material and political inequalities.

Tod Sloan teaches at Lewis and Clark College, and is author of the book called "Damaged Life: the crisis of the modern psyche".
13:37 minutes (12.48 MB)

Richard Deyo Interview

program: 
Between Us
program date: 
Tue, 12/16/2014
"Oh, my aching back." And many of the tools of modern medicine aren't very helpful solving or even explaining that pain to the tens of thousands of people who suffer from it each year. In his book, "Watch Your Back", primary care physician Dr. Richard Deyo talks about how treatment for back pain may be much more simple than what we've been led to believe or expect.  Don Merrill talks with Dr. Deyo about why we should give up the quick fix or the magic cure when confronting this age old problem of aging. 
29:40 minutes (27.16 MB)

Neoliberalism is Alive and Well

program date: 
Mon, 12/15/2014
Tom Becker reads Benjamin Selwyn's essay for Le Mond Diplomatique, Neoliberalism is Alive and Well. Selwyn asks why neoliberalism persists if it is described by prominent economists to be a failure. His suggestion points past economic discourse though to the political project neoliberal austerity represents. 7:25 minutes (6.79 MB)

Movie Moles: The Glass Shield

program date: 
Mon, 12/15/2014
Movie Moles, Joe Clement and Frann Michel, review the 1994 Charles Burnett film The Glass Shield. Jonny Johnson, played by Michael Boatman, is an idealistic rookie assigned to an all white LA County Sheriff's office as its first black officer. JJ, as he's called, befriends another officer who is like him at odds with the in-group: Deborah Fields played by Lori Petty. Together they investigate suspicions they have of a cover-up within the ranks of the station that pull them into a deeper network of corruption.
13:59 minutes (12.8 MB)

Bill Resnick & Tom Athanasiou on global action against climate change

program date: 
Mon, 12/15/2014
Bill Resnick interviews Tom Athanasiou following his recent trip to Lima for the United Nations climate change conference. They discuss the "global commons" and international cooperation around reducing emmission, but also creating equity. They consider the history of previous international agreements and the challenges of practically binding countries to them.
18:44 minutes (17.14 MB)

Saving the West Coast from the Pirate Sector

program: 
Air Cascadia
program date: 
Mon, 12/15/2014
Here are a  few notes and quotes from today's headlines.
And the link to the sierra Club website


1,  A federal judge has sided with the Cowlitz Indian tribe in its long fight to establish a reservation and build a casino along Interstate 5 in southwest Washington. 14:23 minutes (9.87 MB)

David - ACLU - Fidanque takes the JTTF to Task

program: 
Air Cascadia
program date: 
Fri, 12/12/2014
1, The police state goes to school.  Yesterday The Portland State University (PSU) Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a plan to enhance campus safety and authorize an armed police force on campus to augment PSU’s current unarmed security staff
The board voted 11 to 2 to approve the plan, specifying that PSU will not deploy police officers until after an committee made up of administration, faculty, staff and students spend the next six months setting guidelines for the new safety plan.
PSU would join Oregon Health and Science University, Oregon State University and the University of Oregon in having an armed police force on campus.
  15:29 minutes (10.63 MB)

 

Copyright © 2012 KBOO Community Radio | Copyright Policy | Community Guidelines | Website Illustration & Design by: KMF ILLUSTRATION