A conversation with Jason Renaud examining the conflicts between law
enforcement and people with mental illness or addiction; alternatives to
policing; and the city efforts to deal with homelessness.
Jason Renaud is a nonprofit consultant with over 35 years of open recovery...
To thank the generous supporters of community radio in Portland, the Old Mole
Variety Hour is sponsoring gift prints of one of Bette Lee’s photos to 10
lucky listeners who contribute during KBOO’s 2021 fall membership drive. To
view Bette’s photos and learn details about...
Northwest Natural Gas and other fracked gas utilities are spending massive
amounts of money on a campaign to promote so-called natural gas as a
sustainable and carbon-free fuel for the future. But a recent report,
“Methane Gas: Health, Safety, and Decarbonization,” tells a ...
Please join us on Monday, September 27th at 6:30 pm for Prison Pipeline on
KBOO Community Radio as we talk with Elle Stanger, Maxine Doogan and Brandy
about the campaign to decriminalize sex work in Oregon. This summer
Representative Rob Knosse helped co-sponsor a resolut...
On Tuesday, Sept 28, 2021, at 11:30 a.m. Aurora Josephson interviews ceramic
artist and author Baba Wagué Diakité. [PRONOUNCED BABBa WAG-ay JAK-itay] He
talks about Black Lives Matter and Pan Africanism, the family vegetable
garden, Amílcar Cabral and being an educator and ...
Colombia, The Philippines, the Biden administration, and the future of drug
policy reform: A conversation with Sanho Tree, a Fellow at the Institute for
Policy Studies and director of its Drug Policy Project.
Suzanne LaGrande speaks with Anna Reser and Leila McNeill, authors of
Forces of Nature: The Women: The Women Who Changed Science.
In this interview, Anna and Leila discuss:
The reasons why so few women scientists have been included in the history
Folk music historically had topical and social content woven into the songs.
It is no different today. Pete & Peggy Seeger, Tish Hinojosa, Sweet Honey in
the Rock, Laura Love and John McCutcheon are carrying on the tradition of
socially progressive music. You will all of th...
On Friday, October 8th, a little after noon to 1:30pm, Movin' On presents
part 2 of songs of democracy, in keeping with the membership drive sounds of
democracy. Featured will be a tribute to Phil Ochs, the music of John
McCutcheon, Si Kahn and more. Join host Don Jacobson...