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Happy First Anniversary to Sacred Circle TEMENOS

KBOO, as a community experiment is always evolving! New volunteers and new shows join in the mix of decades old programs and years of creativity! Every attempt at community building is highly celebrated and in July, we mark the 1 year anniversary of Sacred Circle TEMENOS a late night music program that airs on alternating Thursday nights at Midnight (technically Friday mornings) hosted by Diablo -Dirty Diablo (aka Tim Nakayama).

I sat down with Tim and asked him to reflect on 1 year of Sacred Circle TEMENOS, a show he describes as a "Live mix tape"!

Building Awareness and Ally Skills Against Sexism at KBOO

Our KBOO community is a true gift. How often to do you see a group of close to 500 incredibly diverse people, mostly volunteers, collaborate together to create radio? Not often! And KBOO has been doing it for almost 50 years!

This great community, this gift is here to benefit us all, but taking care of it becomes everybody’s business! The “Beloved Community” concept gives us a framework for ensuring we intentionally create space for dialogue between KBOO community members so KBOO continues to flourish as an egalitarian space for creative collaboration.

KBOO 2015 Mission and Vision Survey and Retreat- Results are in!

Dear KBOO members,

Thank you for participating in KBOO's 2015 Mission and Vision survey and member retreat on May 30th.

The KBOO 2015 Mission and Vision Survey results are in! You can read a summary of the results HERE or at https://goo.gl/IFo1uN. The document also contains a link to the raw/full/non-summarized results of the survey.

Happy First Anniversary to Rose City Native Radio!

About a year ago, I met Jackie Malstrom in an Intro to Audio Production class I was teaching. I offered to help her and Paul Rolland to get a Native program rolling and on April 10th this year we will be celebrating the 1st Anniversary of Rose City Native Radio, hosted, produced and engineered by Jackie Malstrom! The show stands on a strong legacy of Native programing and community building at KBOO, but is offering a new perspective, that of Native youth.

On March 18th 2015 I sat with Jackie to ask her to reflect on 1 year of Rose City Native Radio. LISTEN TO THE AUDIO HERE or read the edited transcript bellow.

Bread and Roses is Women History Month every Friday!

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What? Is this really happening?  I thought to myself: “Here is a fifty some year old man, sitting at my kitchen table, describing to me, without me prompting the conversation, the strong women who influenced the way he lives his life.” He spoke about his mother, his grandmother, his aunt and other women activists he met throughout his life that have had a strong impact on him. Wow. My first conclusion was I am so lucky to have a friend like Christopher who is able to speak about the strong women in his life in a totally casual way. He talked about being Dine’ (Navajo) and the matriarchal social system that is at the heart of his believes and world view. And then I said to him “Thank you Chris!

Happy World Radio Day

Radio changed my life! Five years ago when a friend invited me to volunteer for community radio WFHB in Bloomington, IN I had no idea that I would ever consider pursuing a Master’s degree in multimedia journalism and starting a career as a community journalist. Community radio has changed my life, and on this World Radio Day, I want to celebrate radio!

Happy World Radio Day

Radio changed my life! Five years ago when a friend invited me to volunteer for community radio WFHB in Bloomington, IN I had no idea that I would ever consider pursuing a Master’s degree in multimedia journalism and starting a career as a community journalist. Community radio has changed my life, and on this World Radio Day, I want to celebrate radio!

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