We speak with Lee Francis from the Indigenous narrative collective (also known as INC) about native representation in the comic world and how INC plans to change the way the comics world sees Native Americans.
Tune in for the next Ear To The Streets of Portland...
Ear to The Streets welcomes Teressa Raiford back to KBOO studios. We will talk about the current events around police accountability, local leadership here in Portland, Oregon, and organizing. Starting at 7:00pm
Stanford Professor Joel Beinin and UCLA Professor Sandy Tolan discuss the situation in Gaza
One Land Many Voices welcomes Stanford University Professor Joel Beinin and UCLA Professor Sandy Tolan to discuss the situation in Gaza since Israel began its bombardment and invasion of the occupied Palestinian enclave and the University of Illinois Urbana Champagne’s decision to rescind its offer of a tenured position for Palestinian-American Professor Steven Salaita.
Community bike ride and event to respond to gang violence in North Portland Sunday, August 24th
Take Back the Streets is a community ride and event happening this Sunday, August 24th in North Portland as a response to gang violence. The event aims to promote community ownership through a bike ride followed by a health and anti-violence resource fair at Columbia Park, located at the corner of Lombard and Russell. Jason Washington and Demarcus Preston are at the origin of the idea and they partnered with the Community Cycling Center to organize the event.
On this weekend, the 23rd of August, my old Friend Matt Smith will be in the chair for Grateful Dead and Friends filling in for me. I'll be back in September. See You Then! Have a great show! Duane.
Author Jay Ponteri speaks with Pathways host Paul O'Brien
Our guest this week on Pathways is Jay Ponteri, author of the new memoir Wedlocked, which was awarded the 2014 Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction. Jay directs the undergraduate creative writing program at Marylhurst University and Show: Tell, The Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists. He is the founding editor of both the online literary magazine M Review and HABIT Books. His work has appeared in Tin House, Puerto Del Sol, Seattle Review, and “Listen to This,” was chosen as a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2010. Jay lives here in Portland, with his wife and son.