In collaboration with Street Roots Newspaper the KBOO Evening News presents
the first in a weekly series that will highlight key articles in the most current issue of Portland's only street advocacy newspaper.
A new center for youth called FUEGO opens in southwest Portland;
A physician and biochemist talks about doctor complicity in the use of torture by U.S. Military intelligence.
Former Black Panther Kent Ford and photographer Eve Crane talk about the upcoming event "An Evening of History on Race and Secret Government" a photo exibit and screening of a documentary about eight former Black Panters who were recently arrested on charges thrown out 30 years ago. CHRIS ANDREAE reports.
"An Evening of History on Race and Secret Government" will be presented at the REFLECTIONS CAFE at 446 NORTHEAST KILLINGSWORTH.
SUNDAY, MARCH 4 AT 3 P.M.
Critics oppose amendments to Iraq Resolution in the Oregon Legislature
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2007
The Oregon Legislature's House Committee on Elections Ethics and Rules heard testimony on a resolution to oppose a surge of troop levels in Iraq. The measure, called H-J-M-9, had several last minute amendments added. Critics say the amendments change the original intent of the bill and opposing the changes.
Portland's representative Chip Shields who is a sponsor of the proposal talked to KBOO reporter Ethan Scarl.