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Portland Jazz Fest Tickets available to volunteers!

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Hello, I am the self-proclaimed leading reporter on the Portland Jazz Festival. But I need help!! I just did the leg work to get the following tickets and any reporters or jazz programmers who are interested in attending with me and/or picking up my slack for the shows that I can not make it to at all. I will be bringing a field recorder to the shows (no artists are providing music releases) and it would be ideal to have someone interested in hustling interviews. I recieved 2 tickets to the following shows and next to each show I will write whether or not I'm planning to attend.

Joshua Redman

Bill Charlap

Spanish Harlem Orchestra (2 available)

The Bad Plus (2 available)

Portland Jazz Orchestra

Cecil Taylor

Maceo Parker

Voices from the Edge

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This Thursday on Voices from the Edge: Should reparations be paid to close the racial wealth gap caused by housing and lending discrimination? An interview with OSU's Jonathan Kaplan.

 Historic housing and lending discrimination against black Americans has created a significant discrepancy in their overall wealth. The average black American has only about 15 percent as much wealth as the average white American, even though black Americans earn about 60 percent as much as white Americans. And at every income level, white Americans have much more wealth than black.

Sierra Leone: More Information

 

The Cascade 18th annulal Festival of African Films takes place throughout February at PCC Cascade campus. All films are free.  Moving to the Beat will show at 8:30 on Thursday February 14th at the Cascade Moriarty building, room 104.  More information on the film festival, including show times and directions, is available on the web at www.africanfilmfestival.org . 

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BE THE CHANGE! A Website Guide for Positive Grassroots Action & Election Reform

BE THE CHANGE!!!
ELECTION INFORMATION FOR OREGON, WASHINGTON AND THE NATION
Websites to get info, participate and take action. This info is in conjunction with the January 31st show, Voices from the Edge, hosted by Dave Mazza and Jo Ann Bowman. They spoke with Laura Flanders and Jim Hightower on  taking grassroots action to make our local and national governments more accountable to the people.

THE INFORMED VOTER

Persepolis reviewed


Denise Morris and Frann Michel review Persepolis on the Old Mole Variety Hour 1-25-08.

The Oregon Queer Youth Conference wants you!

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The conference needs youth to get involved in the planning process. What do you want from a queer youth conference? Check out the website for details.

The conference needs folks to lead workshops. Have talent to share? Target market for workshops? Check out the website for details!

Do you have food or beverages or snacks or papergoods to donate for breakfast &/or lunch? The food folks would love to hear from you!

Planning meetings are happening. Guess where the details are...... here!

KBOO has been at the conference for years! We'll see you there!

What's New for Volunteers Late January / February

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January is a busy month for KBOO!  Many, many thanks to volunteers who pull together to make it all possible!  I want to thank  Jamilah Bourdon and Lisa Loving for producing the Martin Luther King Day live remote from the Highland Center. Thanks also to Leas Averill, Tom Hood, Kate Welch, Liam Delta, Devin LaCroix, Marty, and Bryan Stevens for for help with the tech aspects of the day his assistance.

Thirst: a documentary on water privatization battles

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The documentary Thirst, directed by Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman, is available though the Multnomah County Library.

It’s a fitting topic for a day devoted to remembering Martin Luther King, Jr, since King’s work recognized the power of grassroots political action and, in his later years, also acknowledged the need for economic restructuring.

Sun 1/27/08 Soul hosts Workshop + fundraiser for KBOO

Soul, one of KBOO's Out Loud volunteer producers, is hosting a KBOO fund raiser in the form of a mini-workshop.  He needs our help in packing Liberty Hall with up to 145 people next Sunday from 12:45 - 3 p.m.

Two events in one afternoon:

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