Education

Queer Culture Radio

program: 
Out Loud
program date: 
Tue, 10/19/2010

Tonight we hear first from Dan Johnson interviewing Steve Calloway, the principal at Tobais Elementary School in Hillsboro. They discuss the school's anti-bullying program "Connect the Dots".

We hear music from Sneakin Out "Funky Town" from their show at Carnegie Hall.

57:09 minutes (22.89 MB)

Oregon Latino Agenda for Action Summit

program date: 
Tue, 10/19/2010

Natalie Butto attended the Oregon Latino Agenda for Action inaugural Summit and shares short interviews with community advocates and educators Gilbert Carrasco, Patricia Martinez, Steven Bender, and Jose Ibarra.

Portions of these interviews aired on KBOO's evening news today.

8:38 minutes (7.91 MB)

Voices from the Edge on 10-14-2010

program date: 
Thu, 10/14/2010

Jo Ann and Dave look at the ballot measure scramble for bucks for everything from fire response equipment and historical societies to better transit for elders and more jail space for sex offenders.

The conversation doesn't end when the program does. You can join in additional discussion of the week's issue on our blog at kboo.fm/voicesfromtheedge  (click on the "blog" tab). You'll find additional information, important links, comments from other listeners and commentary from Jo Ann and Dave. Have a question for our guests, but can't call in during the program? Post your questions on line so we can make them a part of the Voices discussion.


32:48 minutes (30.03 MB)

The Underground History of American Education

 

  Prologue

The shocking possibility that dumb people don’t exist in sufficient numbers to warrant the millions of careers devoted to tending them will seem incredible to you. Yet that is my central proposition: the mass dumbness which justifies official schooling first had to be dreamed of; it isn’t real.

Voices from the edge on 10-7-2010

program date: 
Thu, 10/07/2010

Should the Portland Police be subject to random drug testing?

Jo Ann and Dave discuss the City of Portland's proposal to require random drug-testing of Portland police officers.

The conversation doesn't end when the program does. You can join in additional discussion of the week's issue on our blog at kboo.fm/voicesfromtheedge  (click on the "blog" tab). You'll find additional information, important links, comments from other listeners and commentary from Jo Ann and Dave. Have a question for our guests, but can't call in during the program? Post your questions on line so we can make them a part of the Voices discussion.


38:03 minutes (34.85 MB)

Schooling the World:

Schooling the World: The White Man's Last Burden takes a vital look at the often-harmful effects of Western education on indigenous cultures.

Black Book Talk on 10/07/10

Program: 
Black Book Talk
Air date: 
Thu, 10/07/2010 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
Short Description: 
Jerald Walker talks about his memoir, "Street Shadows: A Memoir of Race, Rebellion, and Redemption.

Hosts Patricia Welch, Emma Jackson Ford and O.B. Hill speak with Jerald Walker about his memoir, "Street Shadows: A Memoir of Race, Rebellion, and Redemption." Walker progressed from Chicago honor student to thug to Iowa Writers Workshop star to author and professor.

Jerald Walker is an associate professor of English at Bridgewater State College. Married and the father of two young sons, he lives in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. His work has appeared in The Best American Essays (2007 and 2009), Best African American Essays (2009 and 2010), the anthology Brothers: 26 Stories of Love and Rivalry, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Missouri Review, The Iowa Review, and Mother Jones, for which he profiled Chicago’s South Side.

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