May Day rally and march at 3:00 PM Thursday

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Wed, 04/30/2014
Plans for the annual May Day march and rally in Portland are taking form as a broad range of community organizations and labor advocacy groups, including local unions, prepare to celebrate International Workers' Day.
For more, KBOO’s Susan Cecil spoke with Greg Margolis, who is helping to organize tomorrow’s rally and march for workers in Portland:
At tomorrow’s May Day event in Portland, people will begin to gather at the South Park Blocks at 2:00 PM and the rally begins at 3:00 PM with speakers and musicians.
 At 4:00 PM a march will begin through downtown Portland and will end back at the South Park Blocks at about 5:30 PM. 5:19 minutes (2.44 MB)

Cascadia Rising: Opening

Categories:
program date: 
Wed, 04/30/2014
Opening of Cascadia Rising: A Bioregional Confluence, with organizers Elona Trogub and Emmalyn Garrett; Alexander Baretich, designer of the Cascadian flag; and Brandon Letsinger of Cascadia Now! 18:38 minutes (17.06 MB)

Cascadia Rising: Climate Chaos panel

Categories:
program date: 
Wed, 04/30/2014

Climate Chaos and Cascadia: Place-Based Resistance to Global Catastrophe

A Panel featuring Scott Schroder + Friends

70:03 minutes (64.14 MB)

The Last Days April in Cascadia: The Planet is on Death Row

program: 
Air Cascadia
program date: 
Wed, 04/30/2014
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday's audio to fuel your burning interest.  These are the days between Earth Day and May Day, the Global Climate Convergence...and in the middle of it all, Oklahoma stages the King Hell Mother of all botched executions.
Because prison officials  just couldn't get their icey hands on the Good Stuff:  Europeean nations, disgusted by Americans' brutal, barbaric practice, cut off the supply.  Saying: Sorry, Yanks.  We only sell the drugs for legitimate medical purposes.  And Murder is not one of those purposes. 32:57 minutes (13.2 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour 28 April 2014

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014
Old Mole Variety Hour
Tom Becker hosts this episode on Politics, Poetry, and Prisons. Bill Resnick interviews Mike Parker of the Richmond Progressive Alliance about Chevron and city government. Joe Clement talks with Tamara Lynne and Daisy Montague of Living Stages about their upcoming working-class poetry open mike. Iven Hale and Frann Michel report on a Partnership for Safety and Justice panel on the increasing incarceration of women and girls in Oregon. Left & the Law: Mike Snedeker and Jan Haaken discuss the Innocence Project to exonerate the wrongly convicted.
57:57 minutes (26.53 MB)

Bill Resnick talks with Mike Parker of the Richmond (CA) Progressive Alliance

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014
Bill Resnick interviews Mike Parker, Progressive Alliance candidate for Mayor of Richmond, California. They discuss Richmond's battles with Chevron over its Richmond refinery, the corporation's failure to pay taxes, the pollution the refinery causes, and the company's attempts to continue polluting with ever-cruder and more dangerous fossil fuels, as well as Richmond's pioneering work in solar energy. The Richmond Progressive Alliance accepts no corporate funding and is battling the money Chevron is pouring into trying to recapture the city council. More than a political party, the RPA works through grassroots community organizing and forming alliances with other groups. 20:37 minutes (9.44 MB)

Living Stages Presents Working-Class Poetry Open Mike

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014
Joe Clement talks with Tamara Lynne and Daisy Montague of Living Stages, a branch of the Theatre of the Oppressed, which will be hosting a Working-Class Poets Open Mike on May 2nd. 6:57 minutes (3.19 MB)

Increasing Incarceration of Women and Girls in Oregon

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014
Iven Hale and Frann Michel report on a Partnership for Safety and Justice panel discussion about the increasing incarceration of women and girls in Oregon. 10:50 minutes (4.96 MB)

the Left & the Law: the Innocence Project

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014
Jan Haaken and Mike Snediker discuss the Innocence Project which seeks to free those wrongfully convicted of crimes. They discuss the development of DNA technology that made it possible to discover the large numbers of wrongful convictions, and the reasons for those many miscarriages of justice—including tunnel vision or confirmatory bias, police and prosecutorial misconduct, and mistaken eyewitnesses. Juries are still instructed to consider the level of confidence of eyewitnesses, even though there is no relation between confidence and accuracy. 
13:15 minutes (6.07 MB)

Louise Benally on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

Categories:
program date: 
Tue, 04/29/2014
Welcome to the third episode of Dine' a-la' ashla'ii Radio Podcast! We interviewed Louise Benally about her activism in the Big Mountain community and beyond, fighting for clean water, clean air, and alterntive energy.

Dine'-a-la' ashla'ii / Humans Beings with 5 Fingers is a podcast produced by Christopher Francisco.

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/humanswithfivefingers

Our Mission is:

To bring you the voices of Dine'tah—to create a shared vision for the world we want to live in.

And inform and inspire YOU into action.
61:22 minutes (56.18 MB)

Campaign launched against Nike products using "Chief Wahoo" and other Native "mascots"

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014
Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry (https://www.facebook.com/mascotry), a group of Native parents and their allies from across the country, are calling on Nike, Inc. to stop selling products that feature the Cleveland Indians' mascot Chief Wahoo. EONM has launched a Facebook event page "#Dechief Nike Twitterstorm" to trend the Twitter hashtag #Dechief and demand Nike remove the caricature, Chief Wahoo Nike, from its products. "Dechiefed" hats, jerseys and jackets of Cleveland fans have been featured on social media where photos of team gear with Chief Wahoo removed are posted accompanied by the hashtag 3dechiefwahoo. The group also plans to protest at Nike's headquarters in Beaverton later this week. 5:55 minutes (5.42 MB)

Gail Shibley and Joe Meyer Discuss LT2 in Rochester and Portland

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Tue, 10/30/2012
Gail Shibley of the Oregon Health Authority and KBOO's Joe Meyer Discuss LT2 in Rochester and Portland.

Rochester received a ten year delay in compliance with LT2 based on economic burden while Portland is busy building underground tanks. 2:45 minutes (13.86 MB)

Cascadia Rising:"Appropriate Appropriation" panel, Part 1

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014

Appropriate Appropriation and Ancestral Technology

A Panel with Peter Bauer and Eric Bernardo

44:49 minutes (41.03 MB)

Cascadia Rising: "Appropriate Appropriation" panel, Part 2

program date: 
Mon, 04/28/2014

Appropriate Appropriation and Ancestral Technology

A Panel with Peter Bauer and Eric Bernardo

40:04 minutes (36.69 MB)

 

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