Hosts Ani and Lyn talking about a variety of topics from an eco-feminist, and anarcha-feminist perspective. Call in and voice your thoughts, ideas and opinions on today's topics.
Lyn and guest host Theresa Mitchell speak with Dr. Kristin Neff about self-compassion
The relentless search for high self-esteem has become a virtual religion; and a tyrannical one at that. Our competitive culture tells us we need to be special and above average to feel good about ourselves, but we can’t all be above average at the same time. There is always someone richer, more attractive, or successful than we are. And even when we do manage to feel self-esteem for one golden moment, we can’t hold on to it. Dr. Kristin Neff, an Associate Professor in Human Development and Culture at the University of Texas at Austin says self-compassion is an antidote to the web of deception surrounding the mythos of "self esteem".
Police infiltration of radical movements-- really? They do that? Listen in for a lively discussion!
Lyn and ani's guest will be Peg Millett, environmental activist, and member of the so-called Arizona Five.
In 1989, Peg was arrested with other Earth Firsters in a sting operation, and served three years without parole.
With rumors flying about the resurgence of police / FBI infiltration and entrapment practices to break movements, we thought it is important to look at this piece of very relevant history, and see what lessons can be gained.
This behavior by the police and powers that be is anything but new, or limited to a few isolated cases. Known as COINTELPRO in the 60s, the practice is occassionally stopped or thwarted by civil liberatarians, only to pop back up with a new code name and slightly modified practices a bit later.
How can organizers and activists be aware of this practice of the state and not fall victim to it? Join our conversation with Peg Millet, and learn your history!
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Join ani and Lyn for a lively celebration of community and community building with Mark Lakeman and Hannah of the Village Building Convergence.
This is the 12th annual VBC, and "The Roots of Regeneration" is the theme this year.
Tune in to hear about the exciting neighborhood projects that you can get involved with during the day, and the wonderful nightly community gatherings. This all happens May 25th - June 3rd.
The Village Building Convergence is a very hands on event, where one can learn skills while creating a tangible thing to benefit communities throughout the area. Using low impact building materials, like cob and recycled wood, sustainability is a big focal point of the Convergence.
Tired of just talking about making communities better? Listen to this discussion, and find out how you can have a hand in actually building better communities now.
Another tangible thing you can do to build community is to support KBOO, your community radio station. Please call in during the show with your contribution of support! For your contribution at $180 level, Lyn and ani will take you to tea and give you an intuitive consultation using the tools of Tarot and astrology.
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Ani and Lyn speak with John Nichols, correspondent for The Nation magazine and the associate editor of The Capital Times in Madison, Wisconsin. His latest book is "Uprising: How Wisconsin Renewed the Politics of Protest, from Madison to Wall Street." He has covered seven presidential races and reported from two-dozen countries. He is the author or coauthor of eight books on media and politics.
They will be discussing why Wisconsin matters and how the spirit of Wisconsin has inspired activism on other states. What's a "Next Media" system and how can it allow citizens to create their own media platforms. Can we possibly reclaim the first amendment, how the progressive past and historical roots can motivate and encourage citizens to fight for their lives and livlihoods. This and more ... you never know where talk radio will go.
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Drawing upon myths and wisdom traditions from both the East and West, Micheal Meade finds and mines the ancient "roots of wisdom'. Rather than abstract knowlege or general truths, this "embodied wisdom" is shown to be both immediate and eternal, both personal and deeply soulful. The point here is the awakening of the Uniquness within each individual and their connection to the divine: which is to say our connection to each other.
No more business as usual -- May Day 2012. Lyn and Ani be talking with people from the Portland Liberation Organizing Council about what they have planned for the day, and why.
There are many things going on throughout the day, organized by many different groups.
These include a 9 am gathering in Woodlawn Park, with march to liberate a space; an unpermitted march gathering under the eastend of the Burnside Bridge at 11:30; a permitted march gathering in the South Park Blocks at Shemanski Park, and more!
We'd look forward to hearing from you!
What are you doing or not doing on this very special May Day?
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Barbara Ford talks with Ani and Lyn about her part in the Earth Day Conference & Celebration
“Barbara Ford is an impassioned leader of the Great Turning, a visionary artisan of cultural evolution, one of our best twenty-first-century guides to a better world. She helps us remember who we are and where we are and to contribute joyously and effectively to our endangered world in these times of radical opportunity. She guides humbly yet boldly, methodically yet spontaneously, soberly yet humorously — with sparkling creativity, mischievous delight, a great heart, and compelling song.”
Environmental activist Barbara Ford is one of five speakers who will respond to the central question "What gives us hope and heart to keep working on what is best for our Earth in the face of difficult changes?" at the Earth Day Conference & Celebration Friday night. KBOO is a proud sponsor of the event.
What are Patient/Physician Cooperatives? Want want affordable health care? Ani & Lyn host guests Morgan Butler & Tony McCormick of Portland Patient/Physician Cooperatives
Keith McHenry, co-founder of Food Not Bombs is our guest.
Keith has been arrested more than 100 times, serving over 500 nights in jail. He faced a sentence of 25 years to life because of the California Three Strikes Law, but was released after an Amnesty International campaign.
What makes feeding people so dangerous? Isn't it good to feed the hungry? Why has Food Not Bombs been targetted by the establishment.
You can join our discussion by calling into the studio at 503-231-8187. or commenting on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/positivelyrevolting or on twitter at positverevolt.
Keith is in Portland to speak at the Law and Disorder Conference, April 6 - 8th.
He has just released a new book Hungry for Peace: How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs
People all over the world are rising up against the global financial cabal that has essentially bought governments and left economies in tatters. In his book Occupy World Street: A Global Roadmap for Radical Economic and Political Reform, Ross Jackson describes the global financial practices that have driven economies -and recources- to the brink of collapse. He also, puts forth a compelling, detailed plan to let sovereign nations regain control of their economies and replace them with institutions that flips the paradim of profit before environmental standards.