James Loewen, author of "Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong," talks with Laurie Mercier about Columbus Day. Bill Resnick and union president Christy Lovato discuss labor and community solidarity with the workers at Powells Books. Attorney Mike Snedeker talks with Jan Haaken about lethal injection and Erol Morris's film "Dr. Death." And we ask for your support--which you can give by clicking on the Join Now button at the top of this page!
The Hammerskin Nation, a neo-Nazi skinhead organization, aims to attract hundreds of hardcore racists to the group's twentieth-anniversary celebration, to be held from today until Sunday somewhere in the greater Portland area. The group has not publicized the location of the event.
The Hammerskins, began life in 1987 as the Confederate Hammerskins. The group was founded in Dallas, TX gang specializing in violence against Jewish people and people of color, sexual minorities, as well as activists.
The Hammerskin Nation--a masthead for Hammerskin racist skinhead crews--has since gone national, and later international, with their bigoted agenda.
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Protestors calling for the impeachment of George Bush met yesterday outside the Portland office of Congressman Earl Blumenaur, but were locked out of his office itself.
KBOO’s Kurt Ackerson spoke with Martha Odom, one of the protestors: