Host Lisa Loving speaks with RV Brannam, Moira McAuliffe and Channing Dodson, who talk about their newly published compendium of obscenities and insults. It's called How to Curse and Berate in 69+ Languages. Warning: This unedited version of the program contains language we can't use on the radio because of FCC regulations.
Hosts Cecil Prescod and Celeste Carey speak with Thomas Norman DeWolf, author of the memoir, Inheriting the Trade: A Northern Family Confronts Its Legacy as the Largest Slave-Trading Dynasty in U.S. History. He discusses what happened in the summer of 2001 when he and other family members traced the slave trade route of their ancestors, the DeWolf family, the largest slave-trading dynasty in early America. who transported 10,000 Africans to America and the Caribbean between 1769 and 1820.
Hosts Jo Ann Bowman and Dave Mazza speak with journalist Laura Flanders, author of Blue Grit: True Democrats Take Back Politics from the Politicians, about women in politics and the question of a "glass ceiling."
Hosts Jo Ann Bowman and Dave Mazza speak with Sylvia Robledo of Emily's List about current challenges for women in electoral politics and the attempt to achieve gender parity in U.S. politics. (3/27/08)
Host Julie Bernard spoke with Stephanie Burton, James DeRosso and Brad Menninga of the Oregon Potters Association about the Ceramic Showcase, which is being held April 25th through the 27th at the Convention Center.
Host Marlene Smith interviews Elizabeth Ewen, co-author with Stuart Ewen of Typecasting: On the Art and Sciences of Human Inequality. Ewen, who is a professor of media studies at SUNY College of Old Westbury, talks about her work on this sweeping study of the most everyday, often unconscious, forms of prejudice.