Andy Worthington, An Update on Guantanamo

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Wed, 09/10/2008

Andy Worthington the author of The Guantanamo Files; The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America's Illegal Prison hosted by Linda Olson-Osterlund gives an update on Guantanamo. Who's still there and what is happening to them now. They also talk about the important role of the prisoners, lawyers, civil liberty activists and independant media in bringing this story to light.

For more from Andy Worthington go to andyworthington.co.uk

 

29:53 minutes (27.36 MB)

We The People Speak Out! - Part 2

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Wed, 09/10/2008

How do we restore our civil liberties?  What would this country look like if habeas corpus was restored or if the FBI was restricted from spying on Americans?  What does it mean to have a free press?  We discussed this live on the air on September 11th for a special, call-in edition of We The People.

24:43 minutes (22.64 MB)

We The People Speak Out! - Part 1

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Wed, 09/10/2008

How do we restore our civil liberties?  What would this country look like if habeas corpus was restored or if the FBI was restricted from spying on Americans?  What does it mean to have a free press?  We discussed this live on the air on September 11th for a special, call-in edition of We The People. 

30:28 minutes (27.89 MB)

Interview with Stephen Soldz, psychoanalyst on the role of Psychologists in Torture

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Wed, 09/10/2008

Stephen Soldz is a psychoanalyst, psychologist and faculty member at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis. He is a founder of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychlogy and organization leading the struggle to change the American Psychological Association policy on participation in abusive interrorgations. He discusses with host Linda Olson-Osterlund the role psychologists have played in the use of torture  by the U.S. Military and Intelligence agencies and the current struggle inside the American Psychological Association to end this role.

You can visit his blog Psyche, Science, and Society and at the web site Psychoanalysts for Peace and Justice

28:16 minutes (25.88 MB)

Interview with Eric Lichtblau author of Bush's Law; The Remaking of American Justice

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Wed, 09/10/2008

Eric Lichtblau is the Justice Department beat writer for the New York Times newspaper. He and his partner in writing, Jim Risen were the recipients of the 2006 Pullitzer Prize fpr national reporting for their story that revealed the secret, warrantless  wiretapping program of the National Security Agency. He talks about the Bush Administrations secret actions to rewrite or circumvent Civil Liberty protections  most Americans consider the bedrock of our freedom.

His compelling and important book is Bush's Law; The Remaking of American Justice

28:34 minutes (26.16 MB)

Presswatch: Marjorie Cohn on Civil Liberties post-9/11

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Presswatch
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Wed, 09/10/2008

On Presswatch, as part of KBOO's September 11 special, "The War on Liberty", host Theresa Mitchell inteviews Marjorie Cohn, president of the National Lawyers Guild, and author of Cowboy Republic and Rules of Disengagement.

28:57 minutes (13.25 MB)

Carnivore Extinction: Why should we care?

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Radiozine
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Wed, 09/10/2008
On the Sept 10 Radiozine, Host Melinda Bernerts asks, "How does the extinction of the world's large predators such as lions affect us?" She talks with wildlife journalist William Stolzenberg about what the loss of top carnivores means to cities like Portland.
 
28:10 minutes (12.9 MB)

Burn after Reading, Intimidad: A Home Movie, Orange Revolution

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Wed, 09/10/2008
On the Sept 10 Movietalk, hosted by Dawn Taylor, Doug Holm, Ed Goldberg:
reviews of such current films as Burn after Reading, Intimidad: A Home Movie, Orange Revolution, and others.
25:46 minutes (11.8 MB)

Wes Jackson: Prairie Ecology-Model for Agriculture

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Radiozine
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Wed, 09/10/2008
On the Sept 5 Radiozine, Bruce Silverman interviews Wes Jackson, botanist, geneticist, proponent of using prairie ecology as the model for agriculture, and director of The Land Institute. He has edited a new book of essays called The Virtues of Ignorance: Complexity, Sustainability and The Limits of Knowledge. Jackson claims achieving a better world may require less information and technology, not more.
28:01 minutes (12.83 MB)

Being Muslim Seven Years After 9/11

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Wed, 09/10/2008

The attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001 changed the lives of many Americans. None more so than Muslim-Americans, who were subjected to a wave of hostility not seen since Japanese-Americans were targeted following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Have things improved seven years later?

57:23 minutes (45.98 MB)

0910 Air Cascadia

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Air Cascadia
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Tue, 09/09/2008

News headlines and commentary with Cris Andreae and Liam Delta

12:41 minutes (2.18 MB)

Our Backyard: Undamming the Klamath

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Tue, 09/09/2008

Our Backyard, KBOOs locally produced environmental series. This edition: The efforts to undam the Klamath River and Derrick Jensen comes to Oregon for a Deep Green workshop.

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Undamming the Klamath - http://www.klamathriver.org/Events.html#pdoa

Derrick Jensen Deep Green Workshop - http://www.derrickjensen.org/dgr.html

4:00 minutes (3.67 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for September 8, 2008

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Tue, 09/09/2008

Hosted by Luz María Gordillo, this show deals with issues affecting Mexican-Americans as well as immigration.  We also learn about saving the planet, our city, and our neighborhoods by changing the way we landscape and garden in our yards.  You can hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above; or you can follow the links below to individual segments. 

1.  Gardening in the City: Bill Resnick talks with two experts, Dreya Mancini and Alissa Hartman.

2.  Community Organizing around immigration: Denise Morris interviews Amelia Cates and Amy Dudley

55:48 minutes (31.93 MB)

Immigration Organizing

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Tue, 09/09/2008

Community Organizing is going on around immigration issues in the Willamette Valley; two such activists are Amelia Cates and Amy Dudley.  They talk with Old Mole Denise Morris about their work with PCASC (Portland Central American Steering Committee), PACT (Portland Allies Coming Together), and the Rural Organizing Project.  Of immediate concern are two Sizemore ballot measures aimed against immigrants.

13:23 minutes (7.66 MB)

 

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