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Global Economy: How The World Might Emerge Out of This Economic Meltdown

This Monday, November 24, 2008 join More Talk Radio at 8 am PST on www. kboo.fm for:

Global Economics: How the World  Might Emerge Out of This Economic Meltdown

"YOU ARE THERE-1968"

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 Hey there all you "Old-Timers" ( and You "Young-Ones" too) -

Don't Miss the VINYL PAJAMA PARTY™©® this  week (11/25) 3 am till 530 am 

To observe KBOO's 40th Year on the air, Brian and his special guest will bring you 

"YOU ARE THERE-1968"

Listen in as we give up the best that '68 had to offer: Music,Pop Culture, and even TV shows!!!!!!

How will he do it? 

Tune in and find out

That's this coming EARLY Tuesday morning at 3:00 (a.m.)

 

Web Report for November 2008

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Marc de Giere, Web Assistant

Website

By the time some of you read this, a new visual update should be live. In it, our main navigation menu has moved to the top of each page. This menu includes links to some new pages, including new pages focusing on music, public affairs, podcasts, playlists, and media training.

Asian American LGB Identity Research seeking input

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Asian American LGB Identity Research
We are excited to be launching a new research project entitled: Negotiating the complexities of being self-identified as both Asian American and lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB).

This project has two parts:
(1) a web-based survey that will be distributed widely through listservs and Facebook sites like this one, and

(2) about 10-12 open-ended telephone interviews about students' experiences.

The purpose of this study is to gather some preliminary, baseline data about the breadth of the community identified as Asian American and lesbian, gay or bisexual LGB), as well as some of your/their experiences in higher education. 

Pastures O’ Plenty, KBOO 10.15.08

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John Henry Lives (Laura Veirs, The Triumphs and Travails of Orphan Mae)
Tom Joad (Ramblin Jack Elliot Har Travelin' - Songs by Woody Guthrie)
Time is Winding Up (Ginny Hawker & Carol Elizabeth Jones, O Sister! Women's Bluegrass Collection)
Texas Bells (Dirk Powell, Time Again)
Flyin' Shoes (Townes Van Zandt, Rear View Mirror)
I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart (The Rodz Sisters, Women Who Run With Cows)
Arizona Yodeler (Cackle Sisters, Juneberry 78s)
Changing Back (Sassparilla, Rumpus)
Rugged Roses (The Gourds, Ghosts of Hallelujiah)

Rallies for Gay Marriage in 300+ US cities Sat 11/15

THANK YOU to everyone who participated in rallies around the country! And a huge thank you to all of our straight-allies who are now stepping forward in solidarity with us! What can YOU DO today to make a difference? Talk to your neighbors, talk to your family, talk to your child's teachers, and your coworkers about why this issue means something to you. When things become personal, opinions change......

Protesters turned out is scores of cities across America to protest the unprecedented stripping of rights from gays and lesbians with the passage of California’s Proposition 8, as well as the passage of anti-marriage amendments in Arizona and Florida.

Rest in Peace Mitch Mitchell

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Jimi Hendrix Experience
drummer Mitch Mitchell is now gone, making the Experience complete on the other side, sad to say:

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Mitch Mitchell, drummer for the legendary Jimi Hendrix Experience of the 1960s and the group's last surviving member, was found dead in his hotel room early Wednesday. He was 61.

Sat 11/15 National Rally against Prop 8 - Oregon details

Message from the Democratic Party of Oregon, LGBTQ caucus:

November 4th election night has come and passed.  As Democrats, as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Oregonians and Americans we have much to celebrate.

PORTLAND CONCERTS AND JAMAICAN NEWS

                                                                      UPCOMING CONCERTS

 

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19

DUBSKIN FROM COLORADO @ THE GOODFOOT LOUNGE/ SE 29TH & STARK

"PERFECT" ( *** FROM JAMAICA***)

National Rally Against Prop 8 Sat 11/15 in PDX

We're presented with a rare opportunity to be a positive force in the history of our country, to stand in solidarity with a minority group fighting for its civil rights.  On Saturday, November 15th, protestors will gather in cities across the country to speak out against the anti-gay politics and sentiment of our recent elections, including California's Prop 8.  Please check out the following link:
 
http://jointheimpact.com/
 
As a lesbian, I'm personally moved by the words of Joe Solmonese, President of Human Rights Campaign:
 

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