Old Mole Variety Hour

program date: 
Mon, 02/04/2013

 Joe Clement hosts this episode of the Mole, dealing with immigration reform; the meaning of life with and without work;  the short-comings of "business-labor unions;"  seeing African through African lenses here in Portland; and a new novel about acting, and not acting, one's age.  

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1.  PCUN founder and organizer Larry Kleinman talks with Bill Resnick about why immigration reform seems to be going through Congress.

2.  Larry Bowlden discusses Cory Taylor's new novel Me and Mr. Booker.

3.  All about the this year's African Film Festival, with PC Peri and Jan Haaken.

4.  Iven Hale explores the world of work and the meaning of life in this personal account.

5.  Joe Clement looks at what business-unions are and what they could be, in relation to a possible strike at Fred Myers.  

 

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