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The Digital Divide on 07/08/11

Program: 
The Digital Divide
Air date: 
Fri, 07/08/2011 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
Short Description: 
The Digital Divide: Bioethics and Beyond Nuclear

Join us this month on The Digital Divide. Today we'll hear a TED talk by bioethicist Paul Root Wolpe. He'll describe an astonishing series of recent bio-engineering experiments, from hybrid pets to mice that grow human ears. And he asks: isn't it time to set some ground rules? You can go to the KBOO website and not only listen online but watch the original TED video. If you hate seeing animals and insects being tortured and experimented on, don't watch.

Out Loud celebrates Latino Gay Pride

program: 
Out Loud
program date: 
Tue, 07/05/2011

June is typically Pride Month, but our pride won't be contained to one month alone. Our queer community is so awesome, we have three different pride events! Tonight we focus on Latino Gay Pride and we welcome organizers of this festival, including David Martinez, Vanessa La Torre, and Alejandro Juarez. Joaquin Lopez and Nurys Herrera perform live music during the show too.

The show started with Khalil Edwards joining us by phone to discuss the work of Portland PFLAG, the different chapters of PFLAG, and their upcoming fundraiser.

54:33 minutes (24.97 MB)

A Recap on the State of the Union after 235 Years... Wherefore Art Thou, Liberty?

program date: 
Tue, 07/05/2011

 Hosted by Abe Proctor; Joe Uris is *still* on vacation...

Today, Abe looks at Liberty, or what's left of it, in light of the Independence Day celebrations.

 

 

58:13 minutes (26.65 MB)

Denise Morris and Mark Brenner: We Can Do Better Than The American Dream

program date: 
Mon, 07/04/2011

 Van Jones reclaim the American Dream movement kicks off tomorrow. Denise and Mark Brenner - the director Labor Notes - talk about the struggle the labor movement has ha d engaging American working-class history. Mark and Denise emphasize that the labor-movement doesn't have a PR problem; it has had  a movement problem, and we only have to look to past concrete labor-struggles in the form of strikes and occupations to see what can be done. Recently even, Mark points out, Egypt wasn't changed by "changing the narrative", but by filling Tahrir Square and closing down factories.

14:35 minutes (13.35 MB)

This Fourth of July, Let's Forget What The Founders Would Think

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program date: 
Mon, 07/04/2011

 Joe reads from Joshua Holland's July 1st Alternet essay about the over-blown importance of what 18th Century men might think about our world today.

2:51 minutes (2.62 MB)

Technology and Personal Connections: A Distraction From Action or a Medium for Protest, and Gender Roles Blogging

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More Talk Radio
program date: 
Mon, 06/06/2011

Hosts Cecil Prescod and Celeste Carey discuss the role of technology in modern society and the effect it has had on personal connections.

In light of the recent death of Gil Scott-Heron, Celeste Carey asks: Do we respond anymore to the meaningful exchange we had with protest singers when we heard their songs?  Has Tweeting in the digital age replaced it and is it as effective?

Inspired by Arwyn Arising's blog 'Raising My Boychick' (http://www.raisingmyboychick.com/) Cecil Prescod discusses gender roles, the idea of gender assignment, and raising a child without an imposed gender.

51:28 minutes (70.69 MB)

Positively Revolting 06-17-11 David Cobb

program date: 
Fri, 06/17/2011

Ani & Lyn spoke with guest David Cobb about his Move to Amend event, the scourge of corporate power and personhood, and ways communities can fight back against corporate power.

Part of the plan is for folks to be willing to disobey and resist.

Listeners shared their plans for resistance and/or questions with David.

57:29 minutes (52.64 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour June 20th

program date: 
Mon, 06/20/2011

Laurie Mercier hosts today's Old Mole Variety Hour, and we hear:

 

 

56:18 minutes (22.55 MB)

The Eavesdrop on 06/16/11

Air date: 
Thu, 06/16/2011 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Short Description: 
The Arts as an Outlet for YOUTH! Louder than a Bomb, the Film!

Join the Kitchen Table Collective TONIGHT at 7 PM for "The Eavesdrop". As always, we will have real conversations for real people.

Tonight, the ladies of "The Eavesdrop" will discuss the film "Louder than a Bomb" currently showing at Living Room Theaters in Portland. The film will debut at Darkside Cinema in Corvallis beginning tomorrow, Friday, June 17th.

Explore the effects of arts on youth culture and society, as well as what WE can and should do to support youth arts programs in Cascadia.

Tune in TONIGHT on-line at KBOO dot FM or 90.7 FM (Portland), 91.9 (Hood River), 100.7 (Corvallis).

Participate in the conversation, by calling (503) 231-8187.

Thanks for listening!

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