KBOO Audio Archives

IWD Special: Examining Violence against Asian and APA women

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APA Compass
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Thu, 03/06/2008

In this special International Women's Day edition, APA Compass examined violence against Asian and APA women. Includes interviews with Sarita See, author of Trying Whiteness: Media Representations of the 1996 Okinawa Rape Trial; Fareen Ramji from New York's Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project; and Lam Phan from the API Women and Family Safety Center. Also the Angry APA Minute featuring Margaret Cho.

56:50 minutes (22.77 MB)

The Farm Animal Sanctuary

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Tue, 03/25/2008

Host Laurie Sonnenfeld speaks with Wayne Geiger, founder and director of the Farm Animal Sanctuary in Scio, Oregon.

19:16 minutes (17.64 MB)

Movie Talk 3-26-08

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Tue, 03/25/2008

Ed Goldberg and Dawn Taylor review the latest films.

18:08 minutes (16.61 MB)

Paul Larudee of the FREE GAZA MOVEMENT

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Thu, 03/27/2008
56:19 minutes (19.34 MB)

Oregon News Service on How Global Warming Endangers Salmon

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Evening News
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Thu, 03/27/2008

 

Global warming is endangering Oregon’s wild salmon, according to a new report, and existing recovery plans won’t be enough to help.

KBOO’s Christian Danielsen has more, in collaboration with the Oregon News Service

 

1:06 minutes (1.02 MB)

Journalist's Camera Taken By Police during Possible Racial Profiling Incident

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Evening News
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Wed, 03/26/2008

 

A local videographer had his camera confiscated by Portland police, while filming an incident of police harassment in downtown Portland.

KBOO's Jenka Soderberg has more

 

5:39 minutes (5.18 MB)

Homeland Security- Social Security Crackdown Threatens Legal AND Undocumented Workers

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Evening News
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Wed, 03/26/2008

 

The Social Security sends letters to employers when names and social security numbers fail to match. 

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, has gotten involved.  A court order has restrained the DHS, who now is floating a new set of rules. 

Ethan Scarl spoke with Aeryca Steinbauer of CAUSA

4:12 minutes (3.84 MB)

Portland's City Arts Owes Artists: Two Months After Closing

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Evening News
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Wed, 03/26/2008

 

When City Arts LLC opened in November 2006, gallery owners hoped it would be like Saturday Market with a roof. But fourteen months after opening, the gallery owners have had to tell about ninety artists that the gallery would be closing.

1:14 minutes (1.14 MB)

Trans Man in Eugene Announces Pregnancy

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Wed, 03/26/2008

 

A man in Bend, Oregon, who recently transitioned from a female body, has announced that he has become pregnant.

KBOO's Jacob Anderson-Minshall has more:

 

1:07 minutes (1.03 MB)

New Orleans Public Housing Activists Face Charges

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Evening News
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Mon, 03/24/2008

 

Three public housing advocates in New Orleans are facing felony charges after they were arrested on Friday afternoon.

The three activists occupied the Lafitte housing project during a protest against the demolition of affordable, undamaged public housing in New Orleans.

KBOO spoke with Jay Arena, a long-time public housing advocate in the city of New Orleans:

2:55 minutes (2.67 MB)

 

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