Becca Griggs and Eryn Slack, members of UNITE HERE Local 9 spoke with Bread & Roses on May 9, 2008 about the ongoing boycott of the Portland Hilton. In this short interview, Becca and Eryn talk about hotel work experiences, the union's demand for a fair contract and actions the public can take to support these workers.
For more information about UNITE HERE go to their website: unitehere.org
Host Scott Forrester talks with Scott Fernandez, a member of the Portland Utility Review Board (PURB) about contamination of the Columbia South Shore Well Field, the summer supplement to our Bull Run Water Supply.
Dr. David Naimon (DrNaimon.com) speaks with Julie Matthews (HealthfulLiving.org), author of Nourishing Hope: Nutrition Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders. (NourishingHope.com) They look at how diet can help autism and provide a holistic guide to implementation.
Dr. David Naimon (DrNaimon.com) interviews Dr. Stuart Searle about diabetes. He is the co-author of The 30-day Diabetes Miracle, (DiabetesMiracle.org) a complete program to stop diabetes, restore health and build natural vitality.
A KBOO Radio Special examining marijuana today, who can use it, who shouldn't, and what the government's doing about it. Part 2 features Dr. Stanley Zammit, a reasearcher at Cardiff University and the University of Bristol, expert on schizophrenia and marijuana.
Bill Resnick hosts this show as the Old Moles root out the underlying issues regarding taxes, the courage it takes to keep hope alive in hard times, labor struggles in Colorado and Colombia, and inequities in human health. Listen to the whole show by clicking on the arrow on this page, or listen to individual pieces by clicking on their links below.
How does social inequality affect people's health? Two health activists, Desiree Hellegers and Tricia Tillman, talk with Bill Resnick. They are part of a major conference on Friday, April 18 at Washington State University in Vancouver. It's called "Health Disparities and Inequities: Mobilizing a Regional Response," and it's open to the public. For information, go here.