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Evening News on 04/25/14

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Fri, 04/25/2014 - 5:00pm - 5:30pm
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Evening News on 04/24/14

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Evening News on 04/23/14

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Wed, 04/23/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Evening News on 04/22/14

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Tue, 04/22/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Evening News on 04/21/14

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Mon, 04/21/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Evening News on 04/18/14

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Fri, 04/18/2014 - 5:00pm - 5:30pm
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Evening News on 04/17/14

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Thu, 04/17/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Evening News on 04/16/14

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Wed, 04/16/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Evening News on 04/15/14

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Tue, 04/15/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Evening News on 04/14/14

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Mon, 04/14/2014 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Matt Zodrow of WHITELANDIA

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Tue, 04/22/2014
In the KBOO studios: Matt Zodrow and Tracy MacDonald the creators of the upcoming documentary project “WHITELANDIA”. The film plans to document Black Oregon and the many turns the state has taken on race relations, and KBOO news in-depth wanted to ask the questions on what the purpose of this docu-film seeks to get across to the residents in Portland and abroad. Whiteland has a Kick-Starter program to raise funds for the film: 
 
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/whitelandia/whitelandia-black-orego...
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Matt Zodrow of WHITELANDIA

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Evening News
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Tue, 04/22/2014
In the KBOO studios: Matt Zodrow and Tracy MacDonald the creators of the upcoming documentary project “WHITELANDIA”. The film plans to document Black Oregon and the many turns the state has taken on race relations, and KBOO news in-depth wanted to ask the questions on what the purpose of this docu-film seeks to get across to the residents in Portland and abroad. 

Cascadia Confluence - launching earth week in Portland

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Mon, 04/21/2014
Tomorrow is earth day, and people across the world are organizing two weeks of action to bring attention to the issue of climate change, and the urgent need to take radical action for the future of life on earth.

The movement is called ‘Earth Day to May Day’, and it aims to bring together issues of the environment with issues of labor and workers.

In Portland this past weekend, to kick off earth week, A Bioregional Confluence was organized by the Cascadia Brach of Portland at Portland State University. The Gathering was dedicated to promoting bioregional awareness, Indigenous solidarity and community resilience.

Activists discussed the future of the Pacific Northwest and tactics for building strong and healthy relationships within our community.  Judy Goldhaft, co-founder and director of Planet Drum Foundation presented a history of bioregionalism and its effect on the world.

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Jerry of Ben & Jerry's: "I'm happy they're protesting" company involvement in Israeli settlements

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Thu, 04/17/2014
Jerry Greenfield of Ben and Jerry ice cream came to Portland last week for ‘free ice cream day’.

But in addition to the line of people who wanted a free ice cream at Pioneer square, Jerry also faced some protesters, who challenged the company’s decision to maintain stores in Israeli settlements built on stolen Palestinian land.

KBOO’s Don Merrill asked Jerry about the issue while he was in town.

Jerry said, in response, "I think those people who are protesting Ben and Jerrys are doing exactly what they should be doing.  I'm happy they're doing it, and it's gonna push Ben and Jerry's to find a good answer".

More information on the protests against Ben and Jerry's involvement in Israeli settlements.

151 Organizations that signed onto a letter calling on Ben & Jerry's to end involvement in Israeli settlements
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Investigative journalist Michael Ruppert found dead of apparent suicide

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Tue, 04/15/2014
Long time investigative journalist and former Los Angeles police officer Michael Ruppert has died of an apparent suicide at the age of sixty three.
Ruppert first gained notoriety in 1996 when he showed up at a contentious meeting with C-I-A director John Deutsch.
 
The news had just broken about the C-I-A’s involvement in trafficking cocaine in the black community throughout the nineteen eighties.
Michael Ruppert stood up during the question and answer session and said he had evidence of widespread involvement of the C-I-A in drug trafficking.
Here’s a recording of that 1996 town hall meeting.
 
The crack cocaine – C-I-A connection became the subject of multiple congressional investigations, and Ruppert’s allegations were proven correct.
But no prosecutions were ever made of c-i-a officials involved in the scheme.
Gary Webb, the San Jose Mercury News Reporter who first broke the story, was shunned by the media industry after the release of the story, and unable to get a job – but the facts of the story were never in question.
Webb committed suicide in 2004.
 
After the crack cocaine –C-I-A connection was exposed, Michael Ruppert became well known for his exposure of government conspiracies.
He questioned the official account of what happened in the september eleventh attacks, and became very involved in challenging the global oil industry.

His most recent book and movie were both called ‘Collapse’, documenting the impending collapse of modern capitalism because of the dependence on fossil fuels.  Here’s a clip of a 2010 interview with Michael Ruppert on KBOO, speaking with host Per Fagering.
 
Ruppert was found dead in his home in northern California this past Sunday of an apparent suicide.
 
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Paradox Tree in Danger from Development

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Mon, 04/14/2014
A unique and massive tree known as a Paradox Walnut in the Mt. Tabor area of Portland is threatened by a new housing development.
People in the neighborhood are trying to protect the tree and on April 10 the developer agreed to meet with them.
KBOO reporter Paul Roland spoke with arborist Kevin Hillery about the situation.
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Portland Ranks Sixteenth for Solar Power in the Nation

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Thu, 04/10/2014
A report released on April 10 by Environment Oregon ranked Portland sixteenth among US cities for solar power.
KBOO reporter Ethan Martin spoke with Charlie Fischer of Environment Oregon and Andrea Jacob of Solar Forward for more on the report and Portland's ranking.
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Paradox Tree News story 041014

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Thu, 04/10/2014
Story about the Paradox Walnut Tree in SE Portland threatened by new housing development.
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In Depth: OR Dept of Agriculture Releases Report on Curry Co. Herbicide Dump

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Thu, 04/10/2014
On Tuesday, April 8, the Oregon Department of Agriculture's Pesticide Analysis Response Center (PARC) released a report on their investigation into the alleged spraying of agricultural chemicals on residential areas in Curry County in October 2013 by a private hired helicopter. Many residents and animals in the area became ill in the following days. KBOO reporter Sam Bouman spoke with John Burns of Cedar Valley, Oregon about the event and the local reaction to the PARC report.

PSU & Faculty settle contract - Student & admin reactions

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Mon, 04/07/2014
     PSU-AAUP, the faculty union at Portland State University, and the PSU administration reached an agreement on a new two-year contract in the wee hours of Saturday night, averting a strike on April 16th. Faculty, students, and the administration seem satisfied.
     KBOO captured on-campus reactions from two student leaders and also the administration:
 
     1) Cameron Frank and Christina Kane, student leaders in the PSU Student Union (PSUSU) and also the Student Action Coalition, give immediate reflections.
 
    2)  Cameron Frank, also a student observer of the negotiations, then shares possible next steps for a movement to build student and faculty influence.
 
     3) Christopher Broderick, Associate Vice President of University Communications, reports that the $6 million needed to cover the new faculty contract won’t come from tuition, but tells us where it will.
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