The show starts with a brief update on Domestic Partnerships becoming legal in Oregon. Soul talks with Multnomah County Commissioner Jeff Cogan about the first day of DP registrations, as well as a short overview of how far short this is from true equality.
For the rest of the show, we talk with organizers from the LGBTQ Meaningful Care Conference, happening in Portland on Friday April 11, 2008. This conference is happening as part of the National LGBT Health Awareness Week happening April 6 to 12.
Dmae Roberts talks with Bill Foster, executive director of the Northwest Film Center about the 31st Portland International Film Festival. Bill offers his best picks and highlights of the festival that runs Feb. 7-23 this year.
This edition of the Old Mole Variety Hour is hosted by Denise Morris and is about Africa, movies, and presidential politics. The arrow above will get you the whole show. You can hear the pieces, and get more information about them, by clicking on their titles below.
Brooke Jacobson and Jan Haaken tell us what's going on at the African Film Festival now underway at the PCC Cascade Campus and at other Portland venues. For the schedule, click here, or phone (503) 244-6111 ext. 3630.
The Old Mole's Jan Haaken talks with Maude Heines about the Multnomah County Library program "Everybody Reads", and in particular about the current selection A Long Way Gone, a memoir of a boy soldier in Sierra Leone. Learn more about the reading program here.
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