Radical Indigenous movement activist, feminist and scholar Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz talks about her powerful new book, An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States. The book reframes United States history from the perspective of the Indigenous peoples who were living here for millenia before the arrival of Europeans. 58:23 minutes (53.46 MB)
Jill Stein, who ran for President on the Green party ticket in 2012, is considering running again.
Stein, of the Green Party USA, announced Friday that she is forming an exploratory committee to look into a bid for the presidency in 2016.
She granted KBOO an exclusive interview.
U.S. Militarization of Police: Erosion of Civil Liberties, Police Brutality, Resistance,
Waldemar Perez was the speaker last Saturday at Portland Community College. Perez lit into U.S. police militarization in the post 9/11 political landscape. Perez, an engineer and member of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, has recently directed his focus toward the unsettling outcome of the 9/11 attacks including the continued trend of U.S. police militarization, the erosion of civil liberties and the unending war on terror.
11:51 minutes (8.13 MB)
This is a audio interview with Mr. Kenneth Berry and his brother Mr. Kevin Berry who came into KBOO's studio on January 14, 2015 to talk about their legacy in the Martin Luther King Tribute celebrations, KBOO, and working in the community of Portland for over four decades. Make sure to listen all the way through as Mr. Ken Berry showcases his singing chops and piano playing talents!! 62:27 minutes (57.18 MB)
A KBOO Special Forum on Police Unions and their role in perpetuating a culture of police violence. This will be an in-depth look into the history, role and politics of police unions in the light of the post-Ferguson nation-wide uprising against police killings, abuse and impunity.
Three panel discussions hosted by Paul Roland will expore this issue from a variety of angles.
It's the Quote of the Week... We stand here beneath a warm, wet winter, helpless before the disaster we have caused.
"Global Justice Ecology Project’s Ruddy Turnstone from Florida remarks, “ArborGen and the government may think they have won this round, but there is already a huge anti-GMO movement. There are also forest protection groups, Indigenous Peoples, birders, foresters, scientists, parents, hikers, and many others who do not want the forests contaminated by GE trees. A great many of them will take action to ensure these trees are never planted.”
10:47 minutes (7.41 MB)
The Good Men Project is trying to help make men better. Less domestic violence, less homophobia, less machismo, more strength, more love, more masculinity. Doug Ziegler, contribution editor of the Good Men Project talks with Don Merrill about whether or not men feel under attack, how Ed O’Neill is helping men of a certain age be less Neolithic and that really uncomfortable but necessary 2015 Super Bowl commercial.
27:01 minutes (24.74 MB)