Boise Voices is an intergenerational Oral Histrory Project, founded by Apricot Irving. This project pairs at-risk youth from Albina Youth Opportunity School, and Boise Elementary School, with Boise Neighborhood Elders in order to preserve the history of the neighborhood.
The culmination of this project will be a publication of a "Boise Voices" website which will allow visitors to access historical information about the Boise Neighborhood, as well as listen to excerpts of the recorded interviews. A "Boise Voices" audio CD will feature additional material from the interview
Sara and Elly host a conversation about bicycle justice, with lawyer Bob Mionske, author of Cycling and the Law and social worker Meghan Sinnott. Mionske discusses the biases against bicycling inherent in law enforcement, the court system and the written law. Sinnott talks about barriers in both mobility and justice for society's neediest.
This is the community calendar for Tuesday June 30 2009
Jobs with Justice and St. Charles Church will hold a Neighborhood Town Hall on the Economic Crisis today, Tuesday, June 30 at St. Charles Church, 5310 NE 42nd Avenue to discuss the cause of the crisis, our government’s response, and practical solutions in the interests of ordinary people instead of corporate and bank CEOs.
Dmae Roberts talks with Anthony Heald, star of Boston Public and Boston Legal and such films as "The Silence of the Lambs" is now a resident actor at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He says that OSF in Ashland is the best experience he's ever had on the stage and wouldn't trade it for anything else.