From a recent Willamette Week article, Oregon Considers a New Approach to
People in Mental Crisis
Oregon House Bill 2980 would provide funding for three "peer respite
centers"—short-term, homelike facilities for people experiencing mental
health crises. Currently, p...
Today's guest, Mitch Jones, email@example.com, is policy director of Food &
Water Watch, which recently released a statement on the Texas power debacle:
“The climate change-supercharged deep freeze covering Texas has left
millions without power and water. The failure of...
Now, before you jump to conclusions, hear me out! I (host Paul Roland) got
the idea for this show after I came across a stimulating article ("Why I
Teach White History Month in February") by an African-American activist and
writer from Chicago. Diallo Kenyatta (who I tri...
On Monday, January 18, the City of Portland gave notice that it would cut off
services within a month to the five-year-old self-governing Hazelnut Grove
tiny house village of formerly houseless people, and that the remaining 10 or
so residents would have to move. The inn...
As Trump visits the obviously symbolic town of Alamo, Texas and celebrates
his border wall, in brazen denial-defiance of the fall-out from the siege of
the Capitol, 2nd Wednesday co-host Jacqueline Keeler and regular host Paul
Roland look at the events of the past week i...