News & Cultural Programming at KBOO

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KBOO community radio has been bringing diverse communities together for forty years.  We offer over twenty hours per day of programs that are produced locally by volunteer community members.  This is critical for having local voices on the airwaves at a time when media ownership is consolidating and the remaining local entities turn to syndicated programs.  Furthermore we offer genuine diversity.  In a city that is over three-quarters white, we offer programming by and for Asian, African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and those from many other backgrounds.  We put youth (with a part-time youth coordinator assisting), veterans, and the disabled on the air.  And we bring these communities together on and off the air!

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Renewing the Communist Hypothesis

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Well-read Red Frann Michel discusses the history and the future of what French philosopher Alain Badiou calls "the Communist Hypothesis".  You can read  her  remarks and find  links to her  sources  here.

 

9:00 minutes (4.13 MB)

The Internationale

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Bill Resnick talks about the great  socialist  anthem "The Internationale" and its history.   

2:15 minutes (1.03 MB)

Inequities in Human Health

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 How does social inequality affect people's health?  Two health activists, Desiree Hellegers and Tricia Tillman, talk with Bill Resnick.  They are part of a major conference on Friday, April 18 at  Washington State University in Vancouver.  It's called "Health Disparities and Inequities: Mobilizing a Regional  Response,"  and it's open to the public.  For information, go here.  

 

 

 

12:16 minutes (5.62 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for April 14, 2008

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Sun, 04/13/2008

 Bill Resnick hosts this show as the Old Moles root out the underlying issues regarding taxes, the courage it takes to keep hope alive in hard times, labor struggles in Colorado and Colombia, and inequities in human health.  Listen to the whole show by clicking on the arrow on this page, or listen to individual pieces by clicking on their links  below.

1.  Why do we hate taxes?  Mike Leachman talks with Bill Resnick about what's wrong with the tax system.

2.  Well-read Red Frann Michel comments on the past, present and future of the "communist  hypothesis."

52:59 minutes (24.26 MB)

Center for Alternatives for Sex Workers Opens

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Evening News
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Sun, 04/13/2008

 

This past Saturday, in Northeast Portland, the Council for Prostitution Alternatives opened its second weekly drop in center for any person who is now working, or who has ever worked, in the sex industry.

KBOO reporter Don Wolfe spoke with the Director, Lila Lee, about the new Northeast Portland Drop In location and her long term goals for the organization.

4:50 minutes (1.67 MB)

Kulongski Solutions to Climate Crisis

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Evening News
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Sun, 04/13/2008

 

Oregon's Governor Ted Kulongoski spoke Friday at the Oregon Convention Center on how the state can address the climate crisis.

The Governor focused on building an environmentally sound transportation infrastructure, as well as giving drivers incentives to reduce carbon output.

That was Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski speaking on Friday about responses to climate change in Oregon.

2:13 minutes (2.04 MB)

CLW: Cultural Anthropologist on Torture and Human Rights

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Evening News
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Sun, 04/13/2008

 

 And now, the latest Civil Liberties Watch, with KBOO's Linda Olson-Osterlund:

 

 

4:52 minutes (4.45 MB)

Our Daily Meds - Melody Petersen

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Healthwatch
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Sun, 04/13/2008

Dr. David Naimon (DrNaimon.com) interviews Melody Petersen, (New York Times) the author of Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs.

26:52 minutes (24.6 MB)

Poet Activist Sunni Patterson on V-Day in New Orleans

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Bread and Roses
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Fri, 04/11/2008

Activist, poet and healer Sunni Patterson speaks with Bread & Roses from the Tenth Annual V-Day celebration in New Orleans.  The annual V-Day event is an international celebration of ending violence against women and girls, and this year honors the women of New Orleans and the Gulf South.  Ms. Patterson, a native of New Orleans, was part of a panel that presented at the V-Day events on April 11.       This audio includes a poem and interview.   

For more information about Sunni Patterson, you can log onto her website:  www.sunnipatterson.com

 

20:57 minutes (19.18 MB)

Las Mujeres de PSU- I Caravana Chavista

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Buscando America
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Thu, 04/10/2008

Final de la entrevista con Las Mujeres de PSU y entrevista con Francisco Perez, de Voz Hispana  Causa Chavista.

23:14 minutes (21.28 MB)

 

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