In The End of Money, David Wolman takes a critical look at cash, considering its liabilities and what our world would be like without those trillions of little numbered bits of paper and tiny metal disks.
Host Per Fagereng speaks with journalist Ahmed Rashid about the relationship between Islamabad and Kabul and U.S.-Pakistani relations.
Ahmed Rashid is a Pakistani journalist based in Lahore, is a regular contributor to the Financial Times and The Washington Post, and has written for the New York Review of Books, BBC Online, and The Nation as well as various academic and foreign affairs journals. His most recent book is Pakistan on the Brink: The Future of America, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
Today host Theresa Mitchell will be talking about spring time in Portland, the Occupy Movement, unemployment, economics, military deployments and activity, terrorism by the rich, anit-abortion protests and more...
Hosts Emma Jackson Ford ("Bookwoman"), O B Hill, historian and bookseller, and Patricia Welch ("Library Lady") read the poetry and play audio clips of the Poetry of Langston Hughes, Walter D. Myers, Charles R. Smith Jr. and others.
Host Sutree interviews Hillary Larson, Regional Coordinator for the Gangaji Foundation about Gangaji and her upcoming Open Meeting In Portland on April 28th, 2012 at the Unity Church on SE Stark.
Gangaji travels the world speaking to seekers from all walks of life. A teacher and author, she shares her direct experience of the essential message she received from Papaji and offers it to all who want to discover a true and lasting fulfillment. Through her life and words, she powerfully articulates how it is really possible to discover the truth of who you are and to be true to that discovery.
Host Cecil Prescod speaks with Scott Crow, a community organizer, writer, strategist and speaker who advocates the philosophy and practices of anarchism for social, environmental, and economic aims.
For over almost two decades he has continued to use his experience and ideas in co-founding and co-organizing numerous radical grassroots projects in Texas, including Treasure City Thrift, Radical Encuentro Camp, UPROAR (United People Resisting Oppression and Racism), Dirty South Earth First! and the Common Ground Collective, the largest anarchist influenced organization in modern U.S. history to date.
Join Celeste and Cecil this Monday, April 16, as we discuss this
presidential campaign's controversial focus on women and women's issues:
reproductive rights, access to health care, wages, jobs and working vs
stay at home mothers.
How will this attention affect the roles and status of women in US society?
Share your thoughts
Theresa Mitchell hosts a special one-hour version of Presswatch. Her guest is Mickey Huff, Director of Project Censored, editor of Censored 2012: The Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2010-2011, and a member of the board of directors for the Media Freedom Foundation. He is currently an associate professor of history at Diablo Valley College (DVC), located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Huff is radio co-host of the Project Censored Show with former Project Censored director Dr. Peter Phillips.
Host Jon Rasmussen interviews Steve Weis, SandyRiver Basin Watershed Council Executive Director, about the the second annual SandyRiver Restoration Expo and about the ecosystem of the Sandy River and its importance to Northwest Oregon.