On November 20, 1969, dozens of Native American activists led by Richard
Oakes, LaNada Means (War Jack), and others occupied Alcatraz Island in the
San Francisco Bay. Around 90 people kept the occupation going for a
remarkable 19 months.
War Jack (Shoshone Bannock) w...
Dine'/Dutch-American speaker, writer and presidential candidate Mark Charles
was recently in Portland for Indigenous Peoples' Day and a campaign event. He
sat down with host Paul Roland to talk about his campaign, his new book,
Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumani...
Today's show will be a taped interview Paul did with Christopher Ryan, who is
in town to speak at Powell's, but couldn't stay to be live on the program.
Paul will take calls in the last half of the broadcast.
Check out Chris's website here.
Opening/closing song: Civi...
This morning our host Paul Roland is joined by Sara and Jon from Portland
Assembly to talk about housing horror stories, and the news that’s making
us anxious this week.
We’ll hear stories about the sweeps from folks who’ve lived them, tell
some scary housing stories...
Like New Orleans' Ninth Ward after Katrina, Houston after Harvey and Puerto
Rico after Maria (though clearly on a lesser scale), the Yankton Sioux tribe
in southeastern South Dakota has been reeling from the effects of the "bomb
cyclone" that hit the region in March, ...
Wednesday Talk Radio's first Wednesday focus on mental and emotional health
and healing, cognitive liberty and neurodiversity.
Guests include Jordan Weiss, newly appointed treasurer of the Portland
Psychedelic Society, field mycologist and educator and Lydia Lutsyshyna, ...
Paul talks with Tom O'Neill, whose new book offers an explosive reassessment
of the most famous murder case (before O.J. Simpson's) in U.S. history, one
which reverberated through American culture and cast a pall over the
In CHAOS: Charle...
Jackie Wang is a writer, poet, musician, and academic whose writing has been
published by Lies Journal, Semiotext(e), HTML Giant, BOMBlog, along with
numerous zines, such as those by the Moonroot collective. Her essay
“Against Innocence” provides insightful analysis on p...
Photo by Kate Tomlinson
Don't Feed the #Pretendian
Discussion of Johnny Depp's Sauvage Ad with Native journalist and monthly
co-host Jacqueline Keeler .
Dior's recent pulling of a Sauvage ad campaign featuring Johnny Depp calls
into question a Native American organiza...