Human rights

Celebrate human rights!

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Bread and Roses
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Fri, 12/11/2009

Once upon a time, nations and citizens worked together to articulate a path for peace and justice, and the Universal Declarations of Human Rights was born. Hear about this history and free resources, then spend a moment honoring the family members of Guantanamo prisoners. For free resources, see: www.humanrights.com  Music: Eva Cassidy: "Imagine"; Sweet Honey in the Rock: "Hope"

25:45 minutes (23.57 MB)

Voices from the Edge: Open Mic

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Thu, 12/17/2009

Voices from the Edge host Dave Mazza invited listeners to lead the conversation on issues they felt important. Among the topics discussed were the U.S.'s failure to support strong carbon reduction goals at the Copenhagen conference, the ongoing environmental threats of LNG terminals and pipelines proposed for the Oregon coast, and the importance of local activism.

 

55:45 minutes (19.14 MB)

Flashpoints on 12/18/09

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Flashpoints
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Fri, 12/18/2009 - 10:00am - 11:00am

An update on what's going on in Haiti and a look at the history that led up to the current situation there and host Dennis Bernstein speaks with civil rights activist Nativa Lopez about immigration reform and health care for migrant workers. 

Lakota Nation: Two Years of Secession

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Wed, 12/16/2009

December 21, 2009  marks the second anniversary of the announcement that  the Lakotah Nation was unilaterally withdrawing from treaties they signed with the federal government of the United States.

Garry Rowland from Wounded Knee was one of the delegates that made the trip to Washington DC. He said, at the time quote "Today is a historic day and our forefathers speak through us. Our Forefathers made the treaties in good faith with the sacred Canupa and with the knowledge of the Great Spirit. They never honored the treaties, that's the reason we are here today."

57:31 minutes (39.5 MB)

Max Rameau and the Take Back The Land Movement

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Wed, 11/18/2009

 Max Rameau  is the founder of the Miami-based organization Take Back the Land. In 2006, the organization seized control of a vacant lot and built a shantytown called Umoja Village. Take Back the Land then began a campaign of taking over bank-owned foreclosed homes and moving
homeless families into them.
Max Rameau just completed a North West tour from November 12 through the 17th. We recorded his speech at Portland State University on Friday November 13th.
Tonight on Circle A Radio we will listen to Max Rameau’s speech, and hear about the struggle for land and housing in Portland.
 

55:35 minutes (22.26 MB)

December 14 Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 12/14/2009

 Bill Resnick hosts this  program about the political climate in Copenhagen; children's books  for progressives; the life and music of Floyd Red Crow Westerman; Invictus (the Clint Eastwood movie about South Africa); and Jhumpa Lahiri's  book Unaccustomed Earth.  

 

51:03 minutes (29.21 MB)

Circle A Radio on 12/16/09

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Wed, 12/16/2009 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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2nd anniversary of the Lakotah Nation assertion of Soverignty

The Abe and Joe Talk Radio Show on 12/15/09

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Tue, 12/15/2009 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Chuck Sheketoff of the Oregon Center for Public Policy joins Abe and Joe to talk about Measures 66 a

Chuck Sheketoff of the Oregon Center for Public Policy joins Abe and Joe to talk about Ballot Measures 66 & 67, both of which will go before voters in January's special election. The measures push a hot-button issue in American politics -- taxes.

Queer Open House & Recruitment for The Other Team, Queer Youth Radio Show

Calling all Portland area youth:: do you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning or are an ally to the queer community?

KBOO is hosting two open houses for The Other Team recruitment: Sunday Dec 20 from 3-5 pm and Monday Dec 28 from 5-7 pm. We need YOUth to create this queer youth radio show! 

During our open house, come on down to the radio station to check out the recording studios, find out how easy it is to make radio, and meet other KBOO volunteers creating queer radio.

Voices from the Edge: What's behind Oregon's domestic violence murders-suicides?

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Thu, 12/10/2009

Fourteen Oregonians died last month in five murder-suicides and one attempted murder suicide. Why this sudden outbreak now of men using guns to murder their spouses, ex-spouses and themselves when domestic violence homicides in Oregon have been on the decline? In 1997, 22 domestic violence homicides took place in Multnomah County alone. In recent years, the state average has been eight murder-suicides a year. Is it the economic climate, a lack of social services, or deep-rooted cultural issues?

This week on Voices from the Edge, Jo Ann and Dave talk with Jennifer Warren, LCSW, a counselor with Portland's Men's Resource Center/Women's Counseling Center since 1998. She specializes in domestic violence intervention and recovery, and has worked extensively with men and women arrested for domestic violence. Join us in this discussion about what's behind domestic violence murder-suicides, how the problem is being addressed and what needs to be done to stop the violence.

56:00 minutes (44.86 MB)
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