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Wednesday Talk Radio on 10/24/12

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Wed, 10/24/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Ariel Gore's new book is "The People's Apocalypse"

Are there things you do to prepare for a disaster -- or even the end of the world?
We are live in the studio with Ariel Gore, with Jenny Forrester she has edited The People’s Apocalypse – their book launch is at Powell’s this Thursday, Oct. 25 @ 7:30pm, Powell’s Books on Hawthorne, 3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland

Do you have a survival secret? We want to hear from you. Call in 503-231-8187.

Wednesday Talk Radio on 10/17/12

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Wed, 10/17/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Greenwashing and other ethical issues in the corporate sector

Wednesday Talk Radio on 10/10/12

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Wed, 10/10/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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You are President Barack Obama's shrink. Discuss.

Presidential biography time. But this one has a twist: What if you were President Obama's shrink? Justin Frank, M.D., a practicing psychoanalyst and the author of the New York Times bestseller Bush on the Couch, lays it out on what's going on under the surface of the President of the United States.

What's your take on Barack Obama's deep psychological underpinnings? Call in 503-231-8187.

Wednesday Talk Radio on 10/03/12

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Wed, 10/03/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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How are food industry lobbyists spinning the dangers of bisphenol A?

Host Lisa Loving's guest is investigative reporter Elizabeth Grossman, talking about new research on chemical exposures in food, bisphenol A, cancer and other health effects. Her newest article for The Atlantic looks at how lobbyists are spinning the research.

Rachel's Friends is bringing Elizabeth Grossman to speak Thursday, Oct. 4, at Legacy Good Samaritan in NW Portland, at 7 p.m. Reach them at rachelsfriendsbcc@gmail.com.

Are you living with cancer linked to chemical exposure? Give us a call 503-231-8187.

Wednesday Talk Radio on 09/26/12

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Wed, 09/26/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Elections Special: Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, Measure 80

An unprecedented list of mainstream leaders have now endorsed the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act: former Secretary of State Bill Bradbury, Rep. Peter Buckley, the Oregon House Ways and Means co-chair; Portland City Commissioner Randy Leonard. Even the Northwest Regional NAACP Conference representing Alaska-Oregon and Washington State. Are you for it or against it? Lisa Loving's guest is Amanda Rain with the Measure 80 campaign.

Election Day is Nov. 6 and what is your take? 503-231-8187

Wednesday Talk Radio on 09/19/12

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Wed, 09/19/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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The federal government demands changes in the Portland Police Bureau's standards and practices

 Host Lisa Loving and community activist JoAnn Hardesty take a look at the US Department of Justice report on the Portland Police Bureau.

Wednesday Talk Radio on 09/12/12

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Wed, 09/12/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Performance art circus about the economic crash

Is it possible to depict the banking crisis in a circus show?

Our guests are Keith Hennessy of Circo Zero and friends, whose physical theater show about the economy is at the PICA TBA performance festival this weekend; and arts producer Sean Ongley.

Photos: Robbie Sweeney

Wednesday Talk Radio on 09/05/12

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Wed, 09/05/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Our message to the Democratic Party -- these are our issues

Let's send a message to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte -- listeners what issues are you dealing with in your life right now? Call us up and share your story and I'll send the podcast of this show to Oregon Democratic Party delegates, every member of the Oregon Congressional delegation and our senators too, and I'll tweet it to the president. By the end of today.

Coal trains in St Johns? Kids school closures? How about your student debt? Is your child incarcerated? Is your health plan cutting back on mental health care? Do you have housing? What is impacting your life right now that should be a topic of discussion in the upcoming elections -- and is your issue on their agenda or not? LET'S PUT IT THERE. 

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Ethnic community artists from around the world come together for drum project

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Wed, 07/25/2012

Hosted by Lisa Loving

Our guests today are Artist, Rudy Serna, and Taiko Drummer, Michelle Fujii.

Local drummers representing the African, Japanese-American, Native American and Aztec communities are coming together with muralist Rudy Serna for a series of historic performances with PEOPLE OF THE DRUM.

Obo Addy, Medicine Bear, Portland TaikoMexica Tiahui traditional Aztec dance circle, and muralist Rodolfo Serna are all in. They have held one event July 15 at Director’s Park in downtown Portland, and upcoming are more on August 19 at the Mt Scott Community Center in SE Portland, and October 21 at University Park in North Portland.

Tune in for a lively chat about race, shared culture and drums. For more information about the events go to Portland Taiko's website or People of the Drum's Facebook page.

 
 

The Big Float invites Portland to ride the waves across the Willamette River on floaty gear

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Wed, 07/18/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

 

The Big Float, coming up July 29, will put you on the Willamette River in a personal floatation device along with a couple thousand of your best pals doing the same thing. Last year, about 1,300 people floated across the Willamette and no one reported rashes, tetanus, or injuries. What's next? A sandy swimming beach at Waterfront Park? Maybe.

Host Lisa Loving's guests are Will Levinson of The Big Float and Rick Bastasch of the Portland Office of Healthy Working Rivers. Do you swim in the Willamette, and are you planning to go to the Big Float? 

Also, on the phone, we had Marisa Frieder from The Portland Bridge Swim describe her River event.

 

Community Organizers Try to Save the Cathedral Park Jazz Festival

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Wed, 07/11/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Have you ever jumped into something big and tried to save it?

Our guests are Sean Ongley and Mary-Sue Tobin of the new Cathedral Park Jazz Festival.

 
 

 

 

Rise of a New Racial Stereotype: The Homicidal Asian Male College Student

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Wed, 07/04/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

 

Today -- have laws put into place after the Virginia Tech massacre created a new racial stereotype -- of the armed Asian male college student?

Our guest is Henry Liu, who'll be talking about on his experience being branded as armed and dangerous by the Portland State University security department in April -- and the Orwellian situation where he and his family are now trapped.

What if out of the blue, on the word of one witness, a swat team showed up at your apartment in the middle of the night, took you to the psych ward and left you there for days, forced to prove that you aren't insane? Then upon your release, you find out your university has plastered posters with your name on them all over the school and the internet, implying that you are a homicidal maniac? How do you get your life back?

 
 
 

 

PTSD Awareness Day

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Wed, 06/27/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

 

Wednesday is PTSD Awareness Day, and we'll spend the hour with Oregon's Lines for Life Military Helpline. Our guest is Leslie Storm, Lines for Life Crisis Line clinical director.

If you are a veteran who needs crisis counseling for PTSD call the Military Helpline at 1 (877) 457-4838 or use the confidential online chat service at www.MilitaryHelpline.org

Several callers suggested EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy.

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06/06/2012 - U.S. Sailors with Riverine Squadron 1 participate in tactical combat casualty care training with Indonesian navy Kopaska commandos in Surabaya, Indonesia, June 6, 2012, during Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Indonesia 2012. CARAT is a series of bilateral exercises held annually in Southeast Asia to strengthen relationships and enhance force readiness. (DoD photo by Lt. Fernando Rivero, U.S. Navy/Released)

 
 
 

 

Union Support for the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act

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Wed, 06/20/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Today's guest is Paul Stanford, the chief petitioner for the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, in to talk about unions and the Cannabis Tax Act -- the first statewide cannabis regulation initiative in the U.S. to win organized labor support. Legalizing hemp and taxing the heck out of it: What do you think? 

The book, The Emperor Wears No Clothes was highly recommended during the show as THE definitive History of Cannibis in this country.

One group's effort to make their neighborhood a better place--year after year

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Wed, 06/13/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving. People of Purpose and Associates' 7th Annual Day of Retilling the Soil, over in North and Northeast Portland, will bring hundreds of community members and youth together July 21 for a clean-up project around Jefferson High School and then a great big basketball tournament and BBQ. We are live with founder Larry Collins, and active community members, Bruce Johnson, and Malcolm Ricks.

Who Builds Your City???

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Wed, 06/06/2012

Have you ever thought about who builds your city? Sharon Maxwell is a local construction contractor who just won the contract to help renovate and build out Portland Community College's Cascade Campus on North Killingsworth Street. How many other Black women have achieved that? Also in the studio is Eric Island, Program Coordinator for many parts of these upgrades, and on the Planning Team for Good In The Hood.  We'll talk about who builds our city, how Contractors are chosen for projects around town, and how they're both involved in Youth Apprenticeship Programs in Social Justice Issues, Leadership Training, Job Skills, and Education.

Oregon Save Our Schools Plans Statewide Protests for Education Funding

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Wed, 05/30/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

May 31st is Save Our Schools Action Day, and Oregon SOS is working to mobilize communities across the state for stable school funding. All across Oregon school districts are facing shutdowns and layoffs even as Gov. Kitzhaber's new education committee is set to institute new educational standards -- but the governor proposes no dedicated school funding to achieve any of his public school mandates. 

We're joined by Susan Barrett and Steve Buel with Oregon Save Our Schools, who'll speak on their grassroots strategy pushing state and federal officials to reform the kicker law, force the feds away from high stakes testing, and just generally get its act together on education for We The People.

You can research the History of Education and other Public Agencies in Oregon at the Oregon Blue Book.

DiaTribe: From The Village To The Street

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Wed, 05/23/2012

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

 

"DiaTribe: From The Village To The Street," our guest is artist Alan Wone, with musician Mic Crenshaw and Portland icon in African music Obo Addy, they're holding a musical dialogue between African and African American, this Friday night at the Alberta Rose on NE Alberta Street.

 
 

 

 

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