Marty Hart-Landsberg is Professor of Economics and Director of the Political Economy Program at Lewis and Clark College. His books include Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy, which he edited with Richard Westra and Seongjin Jeong.
Marty Hart-Landsberg is Professor of Economics and Director of the Political Economy Program at Lewis and Clark College. His books include Marxist Perspectives on South Korea in the Global Economy, which he edited with Richard Westra and Seongjin Jeong. This is Part 1 of two shows. Hear part 2 at http://kboo.fm/node/12256.
Host Melodie Silverwolf speaks with the media director for the National Resources Defense Council about environmental issues and the new administration.
Host Ani Haines speaks with Nael Saker about the upsurge of violence in Gaza.
Nael Saker works with the Arab American Cultural Center of Oregon. While he is now a U.S. citizen, Nael is originally from Gaza City, where his brother and sisters still live.
International pressure is mounting to stop the violence and to demand humanitarian aid be allowed to the region.
Attacks are continuing, even as talk of a ceasefire is underway.
Hosts Melodie Silverwolf and Crystal Leighty speak with Madeline Martinez of Oregon NORML about the upcoming Oregon legislative session, what to expect and how to express your views to your representatives.
- Title: Madeline Martinez of Oregon NORML
- Length: 55:23 minutes (22.19 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 22kHz 56Kbps (CBR)
Host Ani Haines speaks with guests Amelia Cates and Lydia Ann Bartholow of the Dicentra Collective about harm reduction and building relationships within and between communities. The collective has organized a series of events to address many different issues related to harm reduction and building compassionate community.
How can communities work together to address issues of domestic and interpersonal violence, police brutality, substance abuse and mental illness?
Harm Reduction and Intervention in Portland and across the Northwest is a series of discussions bringing together practitioners and organizers around harm reduction. Participants will explore the landscape of practices and concepts as they seek to address domestic and interpersonal violence, police brutality, substance abuse and mental illness, dispute resolution and street facilitation. Speakers include members of Rose City Copwatch (Portland); Cahoots, a program of the White Bird Clinic (Eugene), Yellow Brick Road, a program of Janus Youth (Portland), Dicentra Collective (Portland) and others.
For more information about this series of events, visit the Dicentra Collective's website
- Title: Harm Reduction and Intervention Talk Radio with Members of the Dicentra Collective
- Length: 50:34 minutes (46.31 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Hosts Melodie Silverwolf and Crystal Leighty speak with Chris Hedges about his current article on truthdig.com called "America the Illiterate."
Chris Hedges, currently a senior fellow at The Nation Institute and a Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and the Anschutz Distinguished Fellow at Princeton University, spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans. Hedges, who has reported from more than 50 countries, worked for The Christian Science Monitor, National Public Radio, The Dallas Morning News and The New York Times, where he spent fifteen years. He is the author of the best selling “War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning,” which draws on his experiences in various conflicts to describe the patterns and behavior of nations and individuals in wartime. The book, a finalist for The National Book Critics Circle Award for Nonfiction, was described by Abraham Verghese, who reviewed the book for The New York Times, as “...a brilliant, thoughtful, timely and unsettling book whose greatest merit is that it will rattle jingoists, pacifists, moralists, nihilists, politicians and professional soldiers equally.”
Now that the election is over, how can we work together to create a broad based movement to shape an egalitarian and sustainable future.
Talk Radio with Ani, Andrew Geller, and Norman Solomon. Norman Solomon is an United States journalist, media critic, antiwar activist and former KBOO volunteer. Solomon is longtime associate of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR). In 1997 he founded the Institute for Public Accuracy, a national consortium of policy researchers and analysts which works pro-actively to provide alternative sources for journalists, and serves as its executive director. His weekly column, "Media Beat", has been in national syndication since 1992.
- Title: Talk Radio with Ani, Andrew Geller, and Norman Solomon
- Genre: Talk
- Length: 48:40 minutes (44.56 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Hosts Melodie Silverwolf and Crystal Leighty speak with journalist Will Potter of greenisthenewred.com. They discuss the protests, the arrests, and other aspects of the RNC and DNC.