A local petition to demilitarize the Portland Police has been gaining
traction, with signers including veterans groups, faith-based communities and
KBOO's Ethan Sandweiss spoke with Alison Cole, the petition's administrator
about what demilitar...
For Native American Heritage Month and the day before the celebration of the
brutal English colonization of "New England" known as Thanksgiving, we take a
deep dive into the historical underpinnings of and justifications for the
expropriation of indigenous territories. I...
Jodi Darby is a media artist, activist and educator specializing in
experimental video and photography. Her work reflects an interest in
re-purposing history, mapping the changing North American landscape
and finding beauty in that which has been discarded and ...
For Thanksgiving day, Rise When the Rooster Crows features songs and tunes of
turkeys, cooking, pies, hands, harvest, love, cider, and hops.
Local and regional musicians in this episode include Smoke Creek, Wes Weddell
& Ailisa Newhall, Meryle Korn, Fadin' by 9, Terri ...
Marice Cumber is the Founder and Director of Accumulate, a non-profit art
school in London, England, which focuses its services on homeless youth.
Their latest project is The Book of Homelessness, a compilation of
artwork, stories, and graphic memoir by the program's pa...
On this show, I have prepared a hand-picked compilation of powerful songs and
mini-lectures designed to help you remember about Native America, the meaning
of the ancient peoples and ways, and the unmistakable importance of bringing
a lot of it to the public eye given the s...
A live episode of Radio Lost & Found, under heavy influence of tryptophan.
I'll have some of the new Negativland album The World Will Decide, as well as
brand new Cabaret Voltaire and more!
Tune in, won't you?
Today we get to speak with Matthew Cooper, an organizer for Compassionate
PDX, about Fur Free Friday and the campaign to ban the sale of new fur goods
in Oregon. Then we hear from Dr. Michael Gregor on the relationship between
animal agriculture and recurring pandemics.
Lots of movies to consider this week, with Britta Gordon on Manfred
Kirchheimer's Stations of the Elevated, a "city symphony" collage about
elevated subway trains in NYC, Jeff Godsil on Antonioni's
masterpiece L'aventura, Gremlin Time's Matthew on Broadway Danny Rose, and
The results of the November election have given us all, well most of us,
cause for hope. Hope for a saner, kinder, and healthier world. There’s
still worry and stress, and that might always be the case, but we’re
starting to see blue skies beyond the dark clouds, and bright...
Rounder Records is in their 50th year of producing roots music. Its first few
recordings were old-time country music and they have broadened to include
roots, bluegrass and contemporary folk. Starting on this Friday, Don
Jacobson, host of Movin' On will be paying a tribute...
This hour, we feature a special program - a conversation between Marc Lamont
Hill, phillip agnew, and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor about the ongoing struggle
for freedom in the wake of the 2020 election, marking the release of Dr.
Hill's urgent new book 'We Still Here: Pandemic,...
On this episode I bring you a world exclusive, an interview with elder Nancy
Red Star, citizen of the Red Lake Nation, Minnesota, and currently residing
in the Pueblo area of Taos, New Mexico. Renowned author, researcher and
filmmaker on the subject of star people and star ...
On this episode, we feature an amazing guest line-up. Rose Lewis, guitarist
of Dials, will start us off with some of her favorite tunes. Then we will
hear an Exclusive Session for KBOO, by Portland band, The Sadists. Also,
don't miss the rippin' DJ set by Quentin, drummer...
My fifth Monday Folk Espresso shows have featured maritime and
nautical-related music. This show focuses specifically on shipwrecks. The
idea came from the annual Gales of November show which was the Pastures of
Plenty theme on November 4, 2020.
Adam Carpinelli interviews members of Oregonians Against Slavery and
Involuntary Servitude (OASIS). This group is committed to changing the
language of the Oregon Constitution to formally ban slavery and involuntary
servitude of incarcerated persons.
For more information...
KBOO Presents: U.S. Middle East policy Panel.
Friday November 27th at 11am PST- Registration is required.
With the end of a devastating four years of Trump Middle East policy, what
does the new Biden administration offer? While he may overturn some of the
worst aspects of T...
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