In the Company of Rebels: A Generational Memoir of Bohemians, Deep Heads, and
History Makers, due out next month on New Village Press, is Chellis
Glendinning's seventh book of non-fiction.
From New Village Press:
"American social change movements dominated the 1960s...
Journalist Jacqueline Keeler talks to Tiffany Midge, Lakota poet from the
Standing Rock Sioux tribe and author of "The Woman Who Married a Bear"
winner of the Kenyon Review Earthworks Prize for Indigenous
Poetry. Midge's (a contributor to McSweeney's) forthcoming book "Bury...
Co-host Jacqueline Keeler returns from a trip to South Dakota where she
witnessed first-hand the unprecedented "bomb cyclone" that triggered massive
flooding across the midwest. Numerous Native tribes and communities in South
Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa were particularly h...
American society has long used over-policing as a way to violently control
Black, Brown and poor communities and to generate state income from poverty.
Gentrification displaces and breaks up communities and utilizes both police
and private security to enforce this displa...
Opening song: "Carry It On"by Buffy Sainte-Marie on "Medicine Songs"
Articles read from/mentioned on/relevant to today's show:
Methane in the atmosphere is surging, and that's got scientists worried,
March 2, LA Times
Climate Change's Worst Outcome: Thermohaline Shut...
Eugene, Oregon-based anarchist writer John Zerzan has been writing
provocative essays and books challenging dominant narratives of "civilized"
thought, history, social organization and technology for over 30 years. Host
Paul Roland ran into him again this past Saturday a...
Portland area residents are currently faced with a slew of development- and
gentrification-related policies, but the relationships and dynamics behind
the policies are often difficult to see. From government incentives for
re-development to international companies spe...