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Youth Collective in November

 Wednesday November 28th 6-7 pm
Listen in as the KBOO Youth Collective talks about "What's In, and What's  Up"!

We'll have top ten lists, talk about popular culture, current events, and peer pressure, and an interview with people from BecomeX, a leadership, career and lifeskills program for young women in transition.

For more information about this show or the Youth Collective, contact Erin Yanke at advocate@kboo.org

DJ Puppet Farewell

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Tune in to tomorrow's Out Loud show (11/6 at 6 pm) for DJ Puppet's farewell! She's leaving town and you'll hear from her directly, as well as enjoy music she's chosen for her own going away. Puppet has been an incredible asset to our community and we're sorry to see her go. Join us as we celebrate her & her many contributions to PDX.

Relational Cultural Theory Resources

 

BOOKS:

Aftershock: Confronting Trauma in a Violent World- A Guild for Activists and Their Allies by Pattrice Jones 

Constructing the Self, Constructing America: A Cultural History of Psychotherapy by Cushman, P.  

The Century of the Self  by Adam Curtis (BBC Series) 

Craig Burk hosts Program of Music from India and Pakistan, November 4, 2007

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On November 4, 2007, Craig hosted a Program of Music from India and Pakistan. To see the playlist, click here.

 

October 29th, 2007

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More changes to the site:

Began makeover of homepage, with easy access to relevant, and timely information. 

Pages added:
Amended Bylaws
Committees
Policies

Out Loud volunteers needed

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We need interested folks to get involved with creating this radio show. What else could be better than shamelessly promoting all things homo on the radio? There are many different ways that you can contribute to the show!

If you're already involved at KBOO, great! Contact me to contribute!  If you're not already involved at KBOO, the first step to getting involved is Volunteer Orientation. They happen monthly and the next one is Thur Nov 15 from 6 to 8 pm here at the station. Contact Ani, our Volunteer Coordinator, at volunteer@kboo.org, or call the station to sign up: 503-231-8032.

Halloween means Boo Bash!

Yes Boo Bash is almost here! A great, fun, weird way to spend your Halloween. Lots of cool bands from around town and big thanks to Sean and Jennifer from Night of the Living Tongue for doing some awesome work to put this together. We'll have a costume contest (yes, cool prizes!) and raffles.

Here's the poster and the audio promo. Hope to see you there!

Other cool events that we're co-sponsoring include Siren Nation Festival, NW Film Center's Global Concerns: Human Rights on Film Series and talks with Riane Eisler and Dahr Jamail. Check out the Outreach page for more information on these and other events.

Lance Hahn RIP

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Here's some information from the passing away of Lance. I've known him for years and years, probably met him at Epicenter around 1993, but I can't remember... but a world without Lance will be lonlier.

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well-read red: police

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The Well-read Red for 22 October 2007 is up at Frann Michel's blog.

po lice

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The Prologue to Dario Fo’s 1970 play Accidental Death of an Anarchist explains that in late 1969 there were a number of bomb incidents in Italian cities.
Milan police arrested an anarchist and accused him of the crime. At a certain point in his interrogation, the anarchist flew out the window of the police station. Something similar occurred in New York in 1921, when the anarchist Salsedo flew out the window of a police station, around the same time that Sacco and Vanzetti were arrested for a crime never proven against them. From these stories we can conclude that many anarchists are obsessed by the urge to jump out of the window, because they believe they are able to fly.
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