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Movie Moles: "Considering Democracy"

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Sun, 10/19/2008

Movie Moles Frann Michel and Denise Morris review the documentary "Considering Democracy." 

What does the rest of the world think of U.S. domestic and foreign policy? While the U.S. is perceived as a beacon of democracy, how does it compare to other democratic nations? Americans are continually told through their media that freedom and democracy are supported abroad, but is it true?  This  one-hour film takes us  around the world to see what people think. 

 

9:40 minutes (5.54 MB)

Welfare Deform and Domestic Violence

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Sun, 10/19/2008

Since the so-called "welfare reform" bill was passed during the Clinton administration, the problem of welfare has dropped from public view.  Old Mole Sudarat Musikawong interviews Priya Kandaswamy, Professor of Women's Studies at Portland State University about how the difficulties  of  life on, or off, welfare affect poor  women, especially those in abusive relationships.   

18:43 minutes (10.72 MB)

School Lunches and Cherry Sprout Produce

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Food Show
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Sun, 10/19/2008

In Part 1 of our show today, we learn about School Lunches and Nutrition in the Portland Public Schools. 

In Part 2, Singer-songwriters and owners of Cherry Sprout Produce Lana Rebel and Amanda talk about their two favorite things--Music and Veggies.

56:31 minutes (25.88 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: Transgender Federal Court Victory

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Evening News
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Sun, 10/19/2008

Diane Schroer a former commander in the US Army Special Forces won a landmark sex discrimination lawsuit against the Library of Congress for rescinding a job offer when they were informed she was transitioning.

For more information see the ACLU website

4:04 minutes (3.72 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: Transgender Federal Court Victory

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Sun, 10/19/2008

Diane Schroer a former commander in the US Army Special Forces won a landmark sex discrimination lawsuit against the Library of Congress for rescinding a job offer when they were informed she was transitioning.

For more information see the ACLU website

4:04 minutes (3.72 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: Transgender Federal Court Victory

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Sun, 10/19/2008

Diane Schroer a former commander in the US Army Special Forces won a landmark sex discrimination lawsuit against the Library of Congress for rescinding a job offer when they were informed she was transitioning.

For more information see the ACLU website

4:04 minutes (3.72 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: Transgender Federal Court Victory

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Sun, 10/19/2008

Diane Schroer a former commander in the US Army Special Forces won a landmark sex discrimination lawsuit against the Library of Congress for rescinding a job offer when they were informed she was transitioning.

For more information see the ACLU website

4:04 minutes (3.72 MB)

Eet -- Live, Dancable Musique Concrete`

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Thu, 10/16/2008

By day, Ryan Stuewe and Alyssa Reed are public elementary school teachers here in Portland, and by night produce compelling contemporary concrete` music that can fly in to psychedelic worlds or supremely danceable pop and world beats, all the while using some of the most unlikely instrumentation for the sound manifested. Here is the band Eet, performing their brand of Concrete` music, involving live sampling of unlikely musical instruments, such as childrens toys.

 

 

6:43 minutes (6.15 MB)

 

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