KBOO Audio Archives

"Gaia Rising: Earth Day Special, 1989," produced by Paul Roland

program date: 
Wed, 11/05/2014

In this recently-rediscovered "Treasure from the KBOO Archives" from 25 years ago, a much younger Paul Roland offers a glimpse into the ecological consciousness and resistance movement, which emerged particularly strong in the Pacific Northwest, also known as Cascadia. Most of the interviews were done at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference at the University of Oregon Law School in Eugene, which had become one of the epicenters for cross-fertilization in this movement.

Interviews with:

61:28 minutes (56.28 MB)

The 1491's

program date: 
Wed, 05/21/2014
We sit down with native comedy group the 1491's at the OSU powwow 32:49 minutes (30.05 MB)

Wynena Leonard and the Lakota Oyate Ki club in Oregon state penitentiary

program date: 
Thu, 06/26/2014
we sit down with one of the princesses from the Oregon state penitentary Lakota Oyate Ki club Wynema Leonard. 27:03 minutes (24.77 MB)

Lee Francis and natives in comic books

program date: 
Thu, 08/21/2014
We speak with Lee Francis from the Indigenous narrative collective  (also known as INC) about native representation in the comic world and how INC plans to change the way the comics world sees Native Americans. 37:36 minutes (34.43 MB)

Indigenous rapper "Indigenize"

program date: 
Thu, 04/10/2014
In our first episode ever we sit down with Dine' rapper Kooper aka "Indigenize" 

https://soundcloud.com/indigenize 30:07 minutes (51.15 MB)

Saving the Salmon with Paul Lumley

program date: 
Thu, 11/20/2014
We sit down with the Executive director of the Columbia river Intertribal Fish comission and discuss the threats our salmon and people face and the ways people are working to change that.  48:33 minutes (44.45 MB)

How the Grinch Stole Thanksgiving

program date: 
Thu, 11/27/2014
“How the Grinch Stole Thanksgiving”, a presentation by Dr. Cornel Pewewardy recorded on location on
November 24 at the PSU Native American Students Center.

Dr. Cornel Pewewardy, chair of the Indigenous Nations Studies Department, presents this thought-provoking workshop on the Native American perspective of Thanksgiving. He discusses the reasons society can no longer ignore the Native American voice in the context of this modern holiday.
*Audio quality is not optimal 54:08 minutes (49.57 MB)


Ubu Hour
program date: 
Mon, 11/03/2014
November Ubu was replaced with this investigative report, where Bob Crawley determines whether the Crowley cult has infilitrated the KBOO community radio station., " .

Also, another episode of the City That Once Worked. 60:33 minutes (55.44 MB)

World AIDS Day event in Portland

Evening News
program date: 
Wed, 11/26/2014
This coming Monday is World AIDS day, which is a day meant to bring attention to the continuing crisis of HIV and AIDS.
In the Pacific Northwest and across the country, the disease continues to have a siproportionate impact on the African American and LGBT communities.
On Sunday November 30th at 6 pm, a group of poets living with HIV will share their experiences at the Ainsworth United Church of Christ at northeast 29th and Ainsworth in Portland.
14:03 minutes (9.65 MB)


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