There was an action event held on Thursday, June 10th to stop the annual slaughtering on dolphins. There were petitions to be signed which will be sent to the government in Japan, the United States government, and the International Whaling Commission. With the legislation to possibly lift the moratorium on whaling coming up this month in Morocco, it is extremely important for people to get involved in anyway that they can. Joe Chisolm, production producer for the 2009 documentary "The Cove", was a guest speaker at this event and we all of the audio from it. "The Cove" won over 60 awards and we urge you to watch it... very emotional, informative, and heart-wrenching.
There was a press conference held at the Q Center at 4115 N. Mississippi Avenue on Weednesday, June 9th in response to several gay bashings that occurred over the Memorial Day weekend. Here is the audio from the press conference... We apologize in advance for the rough audio clip...
There is an action event being held on Thursday, June 10th at the Someday Lounge in dowtown Portland in response to the annual slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan. KBOO's James Dixon brings us the story...
Part of the day-long special programming on the Gulf oil disaster, this hour long forum examined the impact of oil spills on coastal and wetland habitats. Hosted by Jacob Anderson-Minshall, the forum began with Tracy Chapman's Rape of the Earth and featured:
Abe and Joe dive into the murky waters of the ongoing Gulf of Mexico horror show
Abe and Joe dive into the murky waters of the ongoing Gulf of Mexico horror show, and pay appropriate homage to the impeccable free market forces that first caused the disaster, and then failed to remedy it.
Also: President Obama continues his reluctance to seize the populist moment that history has handed him, as oil executives join the ranks of the elite power brokers to whom he has shown deference. Will the Gulf tragedy finally be enough to jolt him from his corporate doldrums?