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Kevin Card talks about the crisis facing the U.S. Postal Service.

program date: 
Tue, 12/20/2011

 Hosted by Abe Proctor and Joe Uris

Kevin Card, president of the Oregon State Association of Letter Carriers, joins Abe and Joe to discuss the crisis facing the U.S. Postal Service. Also, Joe fills us in on the history of labor in the United States and the state of organized labor today.

 
56:48 minutes (52 MB)

The Abe and Joe Talk Radio Show on 12/20/11

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Tue, 12/20/2011 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Kevin Card joins Abe and Joe to talk about the crisis facing the U.S. Postal Service.

Kevin Card, president of the Oregon State Association of Letter Carriers, joins Abe and Joe to discuss the crisis facing the U.S. Postal Service. Also, Joe fills us in on the history of labor in the United States and the state of organized labor today.

 

Old Mole Variety Hour

program date: 
Mon, 12/12/2011

 Bill Resnick is our host today with live coverage of the West Coast port shutdowns.  Bill talks with activists on the scene here in Portland and in Oakland.  Also on the show, the Movie Moles take us back in time to the politics of It's A Wonderful Life, Tom Becker reads a piece about why people fear atheism, and letter carrier and local union president Jim Cook explains why our Postal Service  is in danger.  Throughout the show, we hear holiday caroling from Wobbly members with lyrics updated to suit our mutinous times.  

56:15 minutes (32.19 MB)

Phony Crisis of the US Postal Service

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program date: 
Mon, 12/12/2011

Jim Cook is engaged in a struggle to save the U.S. Postal Service from a crisis that may bring it down and leave all our mail in the hands of private corporations.  Here he talks with Bill Resnick about why the crisis is a fake and what needs to be done about it.  Jim is President of the local chapter of the National Association of Letter Carriers.   

8:01 minutes (4.59 MB)

10 Years that Shook San Francisco 1968-1978

program date: 
Wed, 12/07/2011

Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78 is A collection of first-person and historical essays spans the people’s history of San Francisco in the tumultuous decade from 1968, the year of the San Francisco State College strike, to 1978 and the twin traumas of the Jonestown massacre and the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. This volume provides a broad look at the diverse ways those ten years shaped the world we live in today. From community gardening to environmental justice, gay rights and other identity-based social movements, anti-gentrification efforts, neighborhood arts programs and more, many of the initiatives whose origins are described here have taken root and spread far beyond San Francisco.

57:30 minutes (52.64 MB)

Voices from the Edge on 12-08-11 How's your Government working for you?

program date: 
Thu, 12/08/2011

How's your Government working for you? Jo Ann and Dave discuss national and local issues, with callers, with a focus on the recent provision in the National Defense Authorization Act.

55:12 minutes (50.53 MB)

Presswatch for 12/08/2011

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Presswatch
program date: 
Thu, 12/08/2011
Hosted by: Theresa Mitchell
News You're Not Supposed to Know
 
The latest news from the Occupation Movement, protests at the white house, Newt Gingrich, problems with oysters, mysterious bruises and other injuries in Japan, global warming and the occupation, housing issues, changes to the post office and listeners' calls.
70:33 minutes (64.6 MB)

Political Perspectives on 12/07/11

program date: 
Wed, 12/07/2011

Gentrification in Portland: A Special Program

As Portland becomes a destination for young creatives to find homes and work, minority communities are being "gentrified out" of the city. North and Northeast Portland have lost people of color as housing costs in those areas have increased.

49:45 minutes (45.54 MB)

Political Perspectives on 12/07/11

Air date: 
Wed, 12/07/2011 - 9:00am - 10:00am
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Gentrification in Portland: A Problem for Minorities or the Natural Evolution of a City

Gentrification in Portland: A Special Program

As Portland becomes a destination for young creatives to find homes and work, minority communities are being "gentrified out" of the city. North and Northeast Portland have lost people of color as housing costs in those areas have increased.

Host Jennifer Kemp interviews local black community leaders Clifford Walker of the Oregon Commission for Black Affairs and Oregon State Representative Lew Frederick, whose district includes North and Northeast Portland,   about the causes of gentrification and whether it is a normal part of the evolution is a normal part of the evolution of a city.

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