Kate Boyd and Cristien Storm of the Seattle-based collaborative group If You
Don’t They Will discuss “no. NOT EVER”, an interactive, immersive
presentation of cultural resistance to white nationalism practiced by rural
and suburban groups in the Pacific Northwest throughout...
Filmmaking in the Pacific Northwest goes back well over a century, and the
movies made in Oregon tend to be more experimental and quirky than the
typical Hollywood fare. Meanwhile, audiences in Oregon tend to be more
supportive of their theaters than their counterparts ...
In this extended conversation about filmmaking in the Pacific Northwest, we
spend an extra 20 minutes with three local activists who have worked
for years to boost the independent film production and exhibition
scene in Oregon.
Tim Williams is the Executive Director of ...
Hummingbirds, with their jewel-like plumage, acrobatic flight, and fearless
character, have fascinated us for centuries. For hundreds hese mythic-like
creatures have played a central role in the folklore and spirituality of many
cultures. But the future of these amazing lit...
Image by Fred Murphy
Patricia Kullberg hosts today's episode of the Old Mole, which includes the
Tipping Points: Bill Resnick interviews Shannon Osaka, an environmental
journalist with the web magazine Grist, and coauthor of "Points of No
Book Mole Larry Bowlden reviews the novel, The Cold Millions, by Jess Walter,
son of a union organizer and meticulous historian of the IWW in the northwest
U.S. during the late 1800s and early 1900s. specifically of Spokane, WA,
gives us a glimpse of the terrible campaigns...
We'll be exploring perspectives on
Nothing, Nada, Null, Zilch,
emptiness, absence, space,
gap, lack, erase,
holes, passage, khaos, blanks,
and the self by posing
Our questions to the Void
In this episode we hear from antiracist street fighters: Iran, Jackson, Pan
and Tom. The four
veterans recount their experiences fighting Portland neo Nazis, how it
affected them and where
we should direct our energy to continue the fight.
CNN has not let go of Rick Santorum as a commentator despite numerous Native
organizations demanding he does so. This following his comments at a
Christian Youth organization speech denigrating Native American culture and
celebrating colonialism and Christian exceptional...