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Mumia updates from Suzanne Ross

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Prison Pipeline
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Sun, 11/09/2008

Suzanne Ross of the New York City Free Mumia organization provided updates on Mumia’s case. The prosecution  is trying to reinstate the death penalty and appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court. December 9 is the anniversary of the death of Officer Faulkner so demonstrations and rallies will take place all over the world. Saturday Dec. 6, there will be events in Philadelphia and New York City, and Monday, December 9, Portland will gather at the PSU Multicultural Center, for a rally.

31:08 minutes (28.5 MB)

The DirtBag's November Gardening Tips

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The Dirtbag
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Sun, 11/09/2008

 Host Glen Andresen gives helpful gardening tips for fall and winter.

 

26:12 minutes (23.99 MB)

Keeping Healthy this Winter with Chinese Diet Therapy

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Healthwatch
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Sun, 11/09/2008

 

Dr. David Naimon interviews local acupuncturist and herbalist, Ellen Goldsmith.  

26:38 minutes (24.39 MB)

The new LNG bill: It's colorless, ordorless and tasteless...

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Air Cascadia
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Sun, 11/09/2008
14:15 minutes (13.05 MB)

Lyn Moelich Interviews Michael Mead & Veterens on Welcome Home Project

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Radiozine
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Thu, 11/06/2008
26:42 minutes (24.45 MB)

Talk radio post election: the work ahead.

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Thu, 11/06/2008

Now that the election is over, how can we work together to create a broad based movement to shape an egalitarian and sustainable future.

Talk Radio with Ani, Andrew Geller, and Norman Solomon.  Norman Solomon is an United States journalist, media critic, antiwar activist and former KBOO volunteer. Solomon is longtime associate of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR). In 1997 he founded the Institute for Public Accuracy, a national consortium of policy researchers and analysts which works pro-actively to provide alternative sources for journalists, and serves as its executive director. His weekly column, "Media Beat", has been in national syndication since 1992.

48:40 minutes (44.56 MB)

Election Dissection

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Wed, 11/05/2008

On the Thursday following Barack Obama's election as president, KBOO hosts Linda Olson-Osterlund and S.W. Conser discuss the future of civil liberties and foreign relations with guests Jay Stanley of the American Civil Liberties Union; Chris Toensing, Executive Director of the Middle East Research and Information Project; and Harpers Magazine Editor John R. MacArthur.

60:02 minutes (24.05 MB)

People of Color and the 2008 Election: An Interview with Rudy Lopez, Center for Community Change

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Wed, 11/05/2008

There's no doubt of the importance of the election of Barack Obama as America's first black president. But what role did people of color play in making this happen and where do they stand in the wake of the election? Jo Ann and Dave talk with Rudy Lopez, Directory of the Center for Community Change about his organization's work in turning out people of color and other disempowered voters for Obama. He'll also talk about how this new bloc of mobilized citizens can ensure that the new president and the Congress remain true to the promises made before election day. For more information on the Center for Community Change and their upcoming people's conference, visit www.communitychange.org.

 

55:40 minutes (44.59 MB)

Election Irregularities and the Transparency Solution

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Recovery Zone
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Wed, 11/05/2008

On the Nov 6 Recovery Zone, "the morning after the morning after" the historic 2008 election, Virginia Ross and Nancy Matela from the Oregon Voter Rights Coalition spoke with host Stephanie Potter and answered questions from listeners about the pressing need for transparency in our election process.

58:26 minutes (33.44 MB)

Trans Students Attacked on WSU campus

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Evening News
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Wed, 10/22/2008

In just over a week, three transgender students were violently attacked on a Washington state university campus.  LGBTQ students fear for their safety and argue the school administration has not responded quickly enough to the wave of attacks.  Jacob Anderson-Minshall has more.

1:42 minutes (1.56 MB)
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