African American Issues

Ferguson Is Everywhere forum PART 2 (raw audio)

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Sun, 03/01/2015
Ferguson Is Everywhere forum PART 2 (raw audio) March 1st 2015. Speakers included Ahjamu Umi of the All African People's Revolutionary Party - Portland, Oregon, Adrienne Cabouet of Black Lives Matter Portland, Sekai Edwards of the Jefferson High School Black Student Union, Mic Crenshaw, Africa Hip Hop tour, Joe Bean Keller father of police shooting victim, and Walidah Imarisha, Black Studies professor 54:31 minutes (49.92 MB)

Ferguson is Everywhere part 1 (raw audio)

program date: 
Sun, 03/01/2015
Ferguson Is Everywhere forum PART 1 March 1st 2015. Speakers included Ahjamu Umi of the All African People's Revolutionary Party - Portland, Oregon, Adrienne Cabouet of Black Lives Matter Portland, Sekai Edwards of the Jefferson High School Black Student Union, Mic Crenshaw, Africa Hip Hop tour, Joe Bean Keller father of police shooting victim, and Walidah Imarisha, Black Studies professor 61:13 minutes (56.05 MB)

Rent Control Town Hall

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Thu, 03/05/2015
The Portland branch of Socialist Alternatives hosted what was billed as a Rent Control Town Hall meeting at First Congregational Church in downtown Portland last night.

Activists, public servants, civil rights organizers, and concerned citizens all came to discuss the serious issue of rising rent costs and gentrification that is reshaping Portland.

KBOO’s Ethan Martin spoke earlier today with previous Mayoral candidate Nick Caleb about the evening’s discussion.
5:14 minutes (4.79 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for March 2, 2015

program date: 
Mon, 03/02/2015

Alan Wieder hosts this episode featuring discussions of carbon free energy; Portland and the Joint Terrorism Taskforce; war, peace and the US Civil War; and the myth of the recovering economy.

To hear the whole show, use the play button below. To hear individual pieces, follow these links.

1.  What some cities are doing to reduce their carbon output: Al Weinrub talks with Bill Resnick.

2.  Desiree Hellegers and Dan Handelman discuss Portland's alliance with the Joint Terrorism Taskforce.
54:42 minutes (37.56 MB)

Civil War Contradictions

program date: 
Mon, 03/02/2015
If we condemn war -- since "war is hell" -- can we condemn all wars? What do we say about the terrible US Civil War that ended the enormous brutality of slavery? Clayton Morgareidge explores the contradiction.  9:22 minutes (6.44 MB)

Civil War Contradictions

program date: 
Mon, 03/02/2015
If we condemn war -- since "war is hell" -- can we condemn all wars? What do we say about the terrible US Civil War that ended the enormous brutality of slavery? Clayton Morgareidge explores the contradiction.  9:22 minutes (6.44 MB)

Kenneth And Kevin Berry: The Berry Berry Brothers

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Wed, 01/14/2015
This is a audio interview with Mr. Kenneth Berry and his brother Mr. Kevin Berry who came into KBOO's studio on January 14, 2015 to talk about their legacy in the Martin Luther King Tribute celebrations, KBOO, and working in the community of Portland for over four decades. Make sure to listen all the way through as Mr. Ken Berry showcases his singing chops and piano playing talents!! 62:27 minutes (57.18 MB)

Daughter of Janice Scroggins: Arietta Ward

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Sun, 01/18/2015
On January 18th, I spoke with Ms. Arietta Ward daughter of the late Janice Scroggins  17:37 minutes (24.19 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for February 2, 2015

program date: 
Mon, 02/02/2015

Due to technical difficulties, there will not be a "whole show" file until parts can be re-recorded. You can still listen to individual segments below.

Joe Clement hosts and we hear:

0:42 minutes (649.82 KB)

Movie Moles: Selma

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Mon, 02/02/2015
Joe Clement and Iven Hale review Selma, the widely acclaimed biopic about Martin Luther King Jr. and the Selma to Montgomery marches he helped organize in 1965, which aimed to draw attention to racial domination still alive after the Civil Rights Act of 1964. David Oyelowo plays Martin Luther King in a screenplay written and directed by Ava Duvernay. The movie moles consider the film's merits and question the limits its story-telling place on MLK's legacy and intersectional point of view when it came to fighting racism, materialism, and militarism. 
13:47 minutes (12.61 MB)
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