The FBI has leaked news of its new policy to
investigate Americans based on profiles collected through datamining including
racial and ethnic profiling.
up on Kboo's recurring feature Civil Liberties Watch, reporter Linda
Olson-Osterlund talks with Caroline Fredrickson executive Director of the
Washington DC ACLU's legislative office to take a closer look at this
Dr. David Naimon (DrNaimon.com) interviews Dr. Jennifer Wider (DrWider.com), author of "The New Mom's Survival Guide: How To Reclaim Your Body, Your Health, Your Sanity and Your Sex Life After Having a Baby", (Random House)
Hosted by Luz María Gordillo, this show is about LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) life and culture. Bill Resnick inteviews historian Estelle Freedman about the meaning of the sexual revolution. The Movie Moles review D.E.B.S., a lesbian-spy spoof. Luz María talks with multidisciplnary artist, writer and performer Adelina Anthony. The featured music is by Kate Reid, and who is also interviewed. To hear the whole show, click on the arrow above. The hear individual segments, follow the links below:
Bananas are a fruit native to the tropical region of Southeast Asia
and Australia. Today, they are cultivated throughout the tropics. Bananas are
among the most widely consumed foods in the world, and are grown in at least
Kate Reid is a lesbian singer-song writer and story-teller from Canada. In this segment we hear several of her songs and she talks with Luz María Gordillo and with today's other artist-guest Adelina Anthony.
Adelina Anthony is a Xicana-Indigena lesbian multi-disciplinary artist who has won many awards for her work addressing colonization, feminism, trauma, memory, gender, race/ethnicity, sexuality, in/migration, health, land/environment, and other issues affecting the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/two-spirited communites. Luz María Gordillo talks with her about her work and her humor.
How should we assess the Sexual Revolution? Has it been a good thing? For whom? In what ways? Just what were the changes that happened in sexual morality and practices starting in the 1960s? Stanford University historian Estelle Freedman talks with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick. Freedman is the author of Intimate Matters: A History of Sexuality in America, and many others works.
Special edition of Stage and Studio
For the last year, Dmae Roberts has been working on a documentary about Mixed Race artists and discussions of race through the arts. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival has long been on the forefront of multicultural plays and color-blind casting.
Host Julie Bernard speaks with Jane Beebe, of the PDX Gallery, about the current exhibit there called "Kinda Like a Buffet." It's a group show featuring a variety of artists including two who are also guests on the show, Molly Vidor and Midori Hirose.