Protest and action

Sue Ammeter from the Washington Council of the Blind Advocacy Committee on discrimination against people with disabilities.

program: 
Sounds of Awareness
program date: 
Mon, 11/23/2009

 Host Paul Van Dyck speaks with Sue Ammeter who currently chairs the Washington Council of the Blind Advocacy Committee and the Health Issues Task Force. She formerly worked with the Human Rights Commissionand served as an ADA trainer. They discuss discrimination as it relates to people with disabilities.

28:01 minutes (25.66 MB)

Radiozine on 11/23/09

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Program: 
Radiozine
Air date: 
Mon, 11/23/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Host Linda Olson Osterlund speaks with one of the Yes Men. The Yes Men often pose as powerful people as a form of protest.Their new movie “The Yes Men Fix the World” is showing at Cinema 21 this week.

Voices from the Edge on 11/19/09

program date: 
Thu, 11/19/2009

Building new community journalism

Like their national counterparts, our local media is in a tailspin. The Oregonian is cutting more than 60 reporters from its newsroom. Television and radio news has been reduced to weather reports and traffic accidents. Developments on the internet hold promise, but right now is more opinion and little solid local reporting. How can our democratic institutions thrive if our citizens can't found out what is happening in their community.

55:43 minutes (51.02 MB)

Live from Seattle WTO - 1 of ?

program date: 
Thu, 12/02/1999

This is an excerpt from an hour-long pre-emption on Thursday December 2, 1999 in which I recount a Direct Action Network press conference that finished just before I went on air.  This audio will NOT be part of KBOO's special coverage of the 10th anniversary of the Seattle WTO demonstrations.

However, I will contribute other audio from the dozens of hours of tape I rolled in Seattle while covering the WTO  Ministerial for KBOO.

4:34 minutes (4.18 MB)

Voices from the Edge on 11/19/09

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Thu, 11/19/2009 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Building a new community journalism

Building new community journalism

Like their national counterparts, our local media is in a tailspin. The Oregonian is cutting more than 60 reporters from its newsroom. Television and radio news has been reduced to weather reports and traffic accidents. Developments on the internet hold promise, but right now is more opinion and little solid local reporting.

Brandi Tuck from the Goose Hollow Family Center talks about Homeless Issues

program date: 
Wed, 11/18/2009

 Brandi Tuck from the Goose Hollow Family Center talks about Homeless Issues
Wednesday Morning Talk Radio
Hosted by Erik Jorgenson

Today's guest is Brandi Tuck, Executive Director at the Goose Hollow Family Center, which opened for the season on November First.  Brandi was recently awarded the Skidmore Prize for Excellence in Non-Profit Work.  Today's show will cover issues homeless people face on a daily basis.

 

54:53 minutes (25.13 MB)

John Perkins and Hoodwinked Live in Studio

program date: 
Tue, 11/17/2009

 Hosted by Abe Proctor and Joe Uris

Author and former "economic hit man" John Perkins joins Abe and Joe for a look behind the mirror at the coporations who have made America into history's first truly global empire. Perkins examines why global financial markets collapsed, and how we can build a better, cleaner and more just planet.

57:33 minutes (26.35 MB)

Voices from the Edge on 11/12/09

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Thu, 11/12/2009 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Developing Portland's "real wealth" - a conversation about "caring economics"

There’s more ways of defining wealth than just dollars or private property. There’s the economic value of the health of families, communities and our planet – far more important indicators than those of our dominant market economy.

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