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KBOO community radio has been bringing diverse communities together for forty years.  We offer over twenty hours per day of programs that are produced locally by volunteer community members.  This is critical for having local voices on the airwaves at a time when media ownership is consolidating and the remaining local entities turn to syndicated programs.  Furthermore we offer genuine diversity.  In a city that is over three-quarters white, we offer programming by and for Asian, African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and those from many other backgrounds.  We put youth (with a part-time youth coordinator assisting), veterans, and the disabled on the air.  And we bring these communities together on and off the air!

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Old Mole Variety Hour for August 20, 2007

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Sun, 08/19/2007

We continue the round table discussion of transportation alternatives in Portland. Mike Snedeker discusses the consolidation of executive power going back to the 1970s. Larry Bowlden reviews "Midnight at the Dragon Cafe" by Judy Bates Fong, and Clayton Morgareidge reports on “The World at Our Service: Cruise Ships and the Global Division of Labor.”

56:24 minutes (23.01 MB)

The World at Our Service: Cruise Ships and the Global Division of Labor

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Sun, 08/19/2007

How the cruise ship industry is a microcosm of the global economy.

9:30 minutes (3.89 MB)

Yvonne Simmons on the Peru Earthquake

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Evening News
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Sun, 08/19/2007

Local activist Yvonne Simmons was directly impacted by the massive earthquake that hit Peru last week She talked to KBOO News about how the earthquake has affected indigenous communities that she works with in Peru:

2:31 minutes (2.31 MB)

Peru Earthquake

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Evening News
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Sun, 08/19/2007

LOCAL ACTIVIST YVONNE SIMMONS WAS DIRECTLY IMPACTED BY THE MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE THAT HIT PERU LAST WEEK.
SHE TALKED TO KBOO NEWS ABOUT HOW THE EARTHQUAKE HAS AFFECTED INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES THAT SHE WORKS WITH IN PERU

2:31 minutes (2.31 MB)

Coos Bay LNG

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Evening News
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Sun, 08/19/2007

THREE DIFFERENT SITES ON OREGON’S COAST ARE BEING TARGETED BY LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS, OR LNG, COMPANIES AS POSSIBLE SITES FOR IMPORT TERMINALS.
IN ADDITION TO THE BRADWOOD LOCATION IN NORTHERN OREGON, THE COOS BAY ESTUARY ON THE SOUTH COAST HAS ALSO BEEN SCOPED.
K-BOO REPORTER MICHAEL GENE HOROWITZ EXPLAINS HOW STEWARDS OF AN ANCIENT MARINE CROP ARE OPPOSING THE TERMINAL IN COOS BAY

4:06 minutes (3.76 MB)

Measure 49 funding

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Evening News
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Sat, 08/18/2007

 

 

 

Oregon voters are being asked to vote again on land use laws that affect property owners.

But a new report from Democracy Reform Oregon says this time voters will have a better idea of who is backing Measure 49 and why...thanks to financial information from the previous Measure 37

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Streetroots

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Evening News
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Thu, 08/16/2007

 

In partnership with Street Roots Newspapers, KBOO evening news brings you a commentary from Alejandro Queral on the ongoing review of Portland’s Police Oversight system

4:31 minutes (4.14 MB)

Africa News

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Evening News
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Thu, 08/16/2007

 

And now KBOO’s bi-weekly report on news from the African continent, brought to us by Marianne Frye

2:46 minutes (2.53 MB)

Capt. May interview/Noble Resolve pt. 4: Death Map

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Presswatch
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Wed, 08/15/2007

Capt. May of Ghost Troop, military affairs correspondent for the Texas Iconoclast, discusses the ongoing revelations about the Noble Resolve exercise scheduled for Aug. 20 in Portland, including the exposure of a detailed atomic blast map composed in April by a neocon-led study group.  See portland.indymedia.org and texasicon.com

24:05 minutes (22.06 MB)

DIY, Portland: Home Birth

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Wed, 08/15/2007

A new episode of DIY, Portland is born! This month, we're talking with midwives, doulas and moms about a do-it-yourself project as old as human history. You'll hear stories of home birth and unassisted birth, along with music from the lovely and talented Ali Ippolito. Fair warning: you will also hear some sounds of mamas grunting and babies crying.

Thanks once again to Brian Kramer for his audio skills and to Nick Jaina for our theme song. Special thanks to Nina Jacobi for her piece called "Birth Night."

Higher quality downloads and links to podcast, etc. available right here.

28:05 minutes (16.07 MB)

 

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