Womens issues

Movie Moles: "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"

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Mon, 04/19/2010

 Our Movie Moles Jan Haaken and Wendy Webb discuss the sexual politics of the new Swedish film Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.  The film deals with sexual violence, revenge, and the decadence of upper-class Swedish society.  

12:37 minutes (7.22 MB)

Gender Blender on 04/20/10

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Tue, 04/20/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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LGBTQ Health Survey Results & All about Testosterone

On the April 20th episode of Gender Blender co-host Jacob Anderson-Minshall speaks with the Multnomah County Health Department representatives about the results of the 2009 LGBTQ Speak Out survey.  The health survey gathered data from 843 respondends in the Portland metropolitan area, in order to educate health providers and policy makers developing a comprehensive agenda for wellness in the LGBTQ community.  Learn what factors attributes to health within the LGBTQ community.

Part 1. "Soulaju" Part 2. Haitian Green Movement - Rosedanie Cadet'

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Bread and Roses
program date: 
Fri, 03/26/2010

In the first half hour, Aju from the musical duo Molina Soleil and Aju talks about creating her new album, her projects to inspire young women, and the divine feminine.  We play songs from her new album, and she also reads a monologue about birth from the Vagina Monologues.

To find out more about Molina Soleil and Aju, or to purchase their new album "Soulaju", please check out their website:      www.soulaju.com

49:48 minutes (45.59 MB)

Are Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Behind Gender Variance?

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Tue, 04/13/2010

On April 13th's Outloud show, Jacob Anderson-Minshall (co-host of KBOO's Gender Blender) talked with science writer Deborah Rudacille, author of The Riddle of Gender: Science, Activism and Transgender Rights about the connection between environmental pollution (especially endocrine disrupting chemicals) and human gender variance.

25:51 minutes (23.66 MB)

Voices from the Edge on 04/15/10

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Thu, 04/15/2010 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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Near deadly error: An interview with exonerated death row inmate Juan Melendez-Colon
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Near-Deadly Error: An interview with exonerated death row inmate Juan Melendez-Colon
 
It is hard to imagine spending over 17 years on death row for a crime you did not commit. Juan Melendez-Colon did just that following his 1984 conviction and sentencing to death in the killing of Auburndale, FL beauty salon owner Delbert Baker.

Enviro impact on gender variance + Pamela Means

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Out Loud
program date: 
Tue, 04/13/2010

On this episode of Outloud, host Carla interviewed Clay Neal from the Portland Plan.  Clay talked about the Plan for Portland over the next 25 years and described last night's Queer Town Hall at the Q Center.  Throughout the hour, listeners heard live accoustic music from Pamela Means.  Pamela is playing at Mississippi Pizza Thursday at 9 pm.  She played songs from her latest album and from her Out music award winning album, Single Bullet Theory.  Then Jacob Anderson-Minshall (co-host of KBOO's Gender Blender) talked with science w

62:12 minutes (14.24 MB)

White Christmas: A Rant (Angry APA Minute)

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APA Compass
program date: 
Fri, 04/02/2010

Kushlani de Soyza sounds off on being racially profiled by "Santa Claus with a day job as a low-level federal bureaucrat."

5:34 minutes (5.1 MB)

Tonalli on 04/13/10

Program: 
Tonalli
Air date: 
Tue, 04/13/2010 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Short Description: 
De que raza o etnia te consideras?

Ahora estuvimos hablando sobre la diferencias entre RAZAS Y ETNIAS.


Voices from the Edge on 04/08/10

program date: 
Thu, 04/08/2010
In world where we struggle with wars, injustice, violence in our communities and the threat of environmental devastation...what does peace mean to you. That was the question 186 students from around Oregon answered as part of the Greenfield Peace Writing Contest for Oregon High School Students.
53:30 minutes (48.99 MB)

Running For The Women Of The Congo: Interview with Lisa J. Shannon

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A Deeper Look
program date: 
Thu, 04/08/2010

 Author, Lisa J. Shannon joins host Linda Olson-Osterlund in the Kboo Studio to talk about her new book, A Thousand Sisters: My Journey Into The Worst Place On Earth To Be A Women. In 2005 Lisa saw an episode of the Oprah show depicting the plight of women in the conflict in The Congo where rape had affected the lives of over fifty percent of the women fleeing the fighting. That show changed Lisa's life forever. She  founded  Run For Congo Women, raising funds to sponsor Congolese women through Women For Women International, then traveled to the eastern Congo to meet the women she sponsored.

29:40 minutes (27.16 MB)
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