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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. 

Wednesday Talk Radio on 08/29/12

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Wed, 08/29/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Chrisetta Mosley and changing your life with a slow-food diet

Chrisetta Mosley has lost 170 pounds so far and changed her entire life by rebuilding her diet with fresh food. She leads groups and workshops in healthier living and teaches cooking classes at Chuck's Produce in Vancouver. She's a popular blogger and her new cookbook is Shop, Cook, Eat: Outside of the Box.

What changes have you made in what and how you eat? Call in 503-231-8187

Wednesday Talk Radio on 08/22/12

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Wed, 08/22/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Preparing for the expected growth in the elder population

The new State Plan for Alzheimer's Disease in Oregon is designed to handle an expected tide of Alzheimer's cases over the coming decades. Join host Lisa Loving and Jon Bartholomew of the Oregon Alzheimer's Association on the group's town hall meeting in Portland this Saturday. What is your or your family's experience with Alzheimer's? What do people need to know about the disease, from your perspective? Call in 503-231-8187.

Wednesday Talk Radio on 08/15/12

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Wed, 08/15/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Part 2 of a Series on Reclaiming the Willamette River

Reclaiming the Willamette River Part 2: Unrocking the Bowl. Remember all the pals you made at the Big Float across the Willamette River? Well now we're going back to the river's edge on Saturday, Aug. 25 and building a beach. Our guests today are Will Levenson of The Big Float and microbiologist Marisa Frieder, founder of the Willamette Bridge swim.

This is part 2 of a two parter on reclaiming the Willamette--look people, are you ready to do this? And just for the record, can we think of any other projects like this that we should be doing? 

Wednesday Talk Radio at 8am, call in 503-231-8187. 

Wednesday Talk Radio on 08/08/12

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Wed, 08/08/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Groups coordinating their anti-gang programs this summer talk about their work

It's the middle of summer, the hottest time of year for youth violence. Our guests today are working together to keep kids on track and out of trouble. Join host Lisa Loving and Carlos Chavez of the Morpheus Youth Project, Jenny Glass of the Rosewood Initiative; and Jay Williams of the East County Police Athletic League on Wednesday Talk Radio at 8am, call in 503-231-8187.

Wednesday Talk Radio on 08/01/12

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Wed, 08/01/2012 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Why are youth athletes dying of cardiac arrest on the court or field?

Eddie Barnett Jr. died on the basketball court of cardiac arrest at the age of 16. What about youth heart health? Our guests are Eddie's mom Christeen Johnson, executive director of the Eddie Barnett Jr. Foundation; and Teressa Raiford, Wednesday Aug 1 8 a.m.

Has your family been impacted by youth heart problems? The call-in number is 503-231-8187.

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Cultural divides in 'new Portland' and bridges across them

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Wed, 07/27/2011

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

 

How, and how often, must local government provide info on citizen rights and responsibilities in a language every citizen can understand? Host Lisa Loving's guests this morning are City Office of Human Relations legal interns Meghan Barner and Ronault Catalani, looking at the recent Chicken Incident (Read the Willamette Week article, 'Urban Chickens: Not Just For White Yuppies').

Another Resource for connecting Neighbors in Portland is People, Places, Things.

Also...  The City's Diversity and Civic Leadership Program

 

Chicken photo by ChrisJo at freeimageslive.co.uk


 
 

 

Bo Rinaldi on a Plant Based Lifestyle

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Fri, 07/22/2011

Host Robyn Shanti welcomes guest Bo Rinaldi, who calls himself a “bloodless revolutionary” and believes that the only way out of this matrix of Corporatocracy we find ourselves in, is by adopting a plant based lifestyle.

Bo is one of the pioneers of the organic movement in the US and has been a vegan since 1960, when at 12 years old, he cured himself of asthma and other allergies by following a vegan diet in just two weeks. What Bo proposes now is that a simple plant based diet can cure what ails us, saving us tons of money, support our local economies better than any other action and free us from the matrix of control known as 'food', which actually kills us, medicines that mask symptoms and businesses that pillage the lands and peoples.

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Foreclosures and a look at the top economic issues out of the Oregon legislative session

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Wed, 07/20/2011

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Economic Fairness Oregon's Communication Director, Saadia McConville updating us on the struggle by Tim Collette, a local soldier whose parents' home is being foreclosed, and a look at the top economic issues out of the Oregon legislative session.

Here are some Helpful Resources mentioned in the show...

Good Grief, America!

Oregon Grange

Friends of Family Farmers

HUD-friendly Open Door Counseling Center

Native American Youth and Family Center (Will help Anyone, not just Indigenous Peoples)

The MERS Database that Banks use to try to Screw you out of your Mortgage and Home...

Related Senate Bills worth watching:

SB 826 Charges Mortgage Loan Servicer with duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealings with Borrower.

SB 827 Makes Banks w/Mortgage Paperwork Shuffling Problems comply with Trade Practices Law...

SB 628 Makes Mediation *Mandatory* when a Bank tries to take your home away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Willamette Riverkeeper and The Big Float

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Wed, 07/13/2011

Hosted by Lisa Loving

What do you know about the current state of the Willamette River? Want to know more? Tune in as host Lisa Loving welcomes Willamette Riverkeeper's Travis Williams, Executive Director and Riverkeeper, and Will Levenson, organizer of The Big Float as they discuss the Willamette River and a new project to raise funds for the Willamette Riverkeeper to provide physical water access to the Willamette in downtown Portland.

Levenson says the idea of THE BIG FLOAT is simple yet powerful. In a city that prides itself on being green and having a strong environmental conscience, it does not reconcile that the mighty Willamette has been proverbially locked in the closet underneath the staircase and brushed aside as a joke. Today, the Willamette River has a very bad and undeserved wrap for water quality.

THE BIG FLOAT’s aspiration is that within the next 5-10 years the Willamette River will be embraced and reclaimed as a recreational resource.

 

Why is the Black unemployment rate double that for whites?

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Wed, 07/06/2011

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Why has the Black unemployment rate stayed double that for whites since the 1940s? Lisa Loving's guest today is investigative reporter Andy Kroll of Mother Jones and TomDispatch.com. His recent article is,"What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Jobs: How Racism, Global Economics, and the New Jim Crow Fuel Black America's Crippling Jobs Crisis." He writes, "Nationwide, the unemployment rate for black workers at 16.2 percent is almost double the 9.1 percent rate for the rest of the population. And it's twice the 8 percent white jobless rate. ... Since the 1940s, the jobless rate for blacks in America has held remarkably, if grimly, steady at twice the rate for whites. The question of why has vexed and divided economists, historians, and sociologists for nearly as long." Read it here  

Gentrification in Northeast Portland

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Wed, 06/29/2011

 Host Lisa Loving’s guests are Imani Muhammad of the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, and The Oregonian's Nikole Hannah-Jones, talking about a special event: Just the Facts, featuring Oregonian reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones in a community conversation on her research about Northeast Portland gentrification. The reporter’s talk is Wednesday night at 6:30 in the Planned Parenthood conference room, 3727 NE Martin Luther King Blvd. RSVP to that event by contacting Imani at imani@necoalition.org or 503-823-4264.

 

Alternative economics -- on the neighborhood level

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Wed, 06/22/2011

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Ever needed to borrow money -- but been turned down by the bank? What if there was an alternative to payday lenders? This week on Wednesday Talk Radio host Lisa Loving speaks with Sarah Chenven of Innovative Changes, a Portland nonprofit that's turning capitalism on its head.

Another alternative might be a State Bank...

 

Mike Gravel on Government Secrecy and the Pentagon Papers

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Wed, 06/15/2011

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Today's Guest is MIKE GRAVEL, former two-term senator from Alaska, speaking on the hypocrisy of the US government's move to make the complete Pentagon Papers collection available to the public. In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times as well as Senator Gravel, who late in the evening of June 29 to June 30 entered them into the Congressional Record; he was conducting a filibuster against the draft.

"It's particularly ridiculous that the government is putting out a version of the Pentagon Papers now because the government approach to Ellsberg and myself is being echoed in their approach to Bradley Manning, the alleged source of the WikiLeaks revelations. Our oaths bind us to loyalty to the Constitution and not to government officials who lie us into wars."

 

Arjun Makhijani on “The Fukushima Nuclear Crisis and Its Impact on Nuclear Power in the United States”

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Sun, 06/12/2011

 Host Marianne Barisonek speaks with Arjun  Makhijani, president of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, which has released a paper “The Fukushima Nuclear Crisis and Its Impact on Nuclear Power in the United States.”

This week AP reported that, "Japan's government has doubled the estimate of how much radiation leaked from a tsunami-hit nuclear plant and says the damage to the reactors was greater than previously thought."

Arjun Makhijani responed that "The TEPCO release estimates are still far below independent estimates. The Austrian Meteorological organization estimated releases twice as large as the most recent TEPCO estimates just for the first week of the accident. That estimate was made two and half months ago! There have been substantial releases since then. Cesium releases, which matter the most for long-term radiation exposure and habitability of fallout areas, may be comparable to those of Chernobyl by now, though other radionuclides may still be lower than Chernobyl."

 

Japan Doubles Admission of Radiation, Admits Three Meltdowns

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Khalil Edwards from Basic Rights Oregon talks about the Gay Pride Festivities this weekend

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Wed, 06/08/2011

 Hosted by Lisa Loving

Today's guest is Khalil Edwards from Basic Rights Oregon, in to talk about this weekends's start of the Black Pride Festivities as part of the Rose Festival.

FInd Portland PFLAG Black on Facebook!

Read what Just Out has to say about PFLAG Black in Portland...

 

 

 

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