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The Personal is Political and The Political gets Personal

program date: 
Mon, 08/05/2013

Iven Hale discusses the radical feminist roots of the phrase "the personal is political" and examines other the ways that the political and personal intersect and inform one another.

7:50 minutes (7.17 MB)

Out Loud on 08/06/13

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Out Loud
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Tue, 08/06/2013 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Out Loud welcomes the Festival of the Babes and Rosetown Ramblers

Tonight, we welcome two local groups to the show: the Rosetown Ramblers and the Festival of the Babes. Tune in to hear what's new with the Rosetown Ramblers, and to hear what kind of fun the FoB is planning!

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Out Loud on 07/30/13

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Out Loud
Air date: 
Tue, 07/30/2013 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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The best of Out Loud

For this episode, we take a trip to Out Loud's recent archives to hear the controversial episode on AIDS Denialism - originally broadcast on October 18th, 2011.  We'll also hear a song from a performer playing at Portland's Queer Music Festival taking place on August 2nd - 4th.

Later in the hour we'll hear the latest from This Way Out : The International Lesbian and Gay News Magazine.

 

Old Mole Variety Hour on 07/29/13

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Mon, 07/29/2013 - 9:00am - 10:00am
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A program of social and political commentary from a socialist-feminist point of view.

Old Mole Variety Hour for July 22, 2013

program date: 
Mon, 07/22/2013

Old Mole Variety Hour

 

Hosted by Frann Michel, this episode of the Old Mole Variety Hour features Bill Resnick interviewing Chris Toensing about the ouster of the Morsi government in Egypt; Joe Clement talking with Adam and Daisy about starting a workers' cooperative pub in Portland; Larry Bowlden reviewing a recent novel by Susanna Moore; and Denise Morris talking with author and activist Yasmin Nair about the limitations of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and the discussion around it.

54:13 minutes (24.82 MB)

Yasmin Nair on ENDA

program date: 
Mon, 07/22/2013

Denise Morris talks with Yasmin Nair about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and its limits. They discuss changes in the current version of the law and its assumptions about the innate nature of sexual identity and the kinds of trans* presentation it would protect. Nair observes that while the Act would have symbolic importance and legal usefulness, real change cannot rely only on the courts. Though advocates of ENDA point out that it is legal to fire someone for being gay or trans in 34 states, Nair points out that it is legal to fire someone for no reason in 49 states where at-will employment law prevails.

13:16 minutes (6.08 MB)
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