Renee Roman Nose is a native of the Cheyenne and Arapaho People. She is an
Anthropologist, an international speaker, a poet, an actress, comedian and
more. Her book of poetry, Sweet Grass Talking was nominated Oregon's Book of
The Year in 2017. She's now working on a new bo...
One of the lifelines to local artists in difficult times is the Oregon Arts
Commission. They've been helping arrange grants to artists and arts
organizations for over half a century. And one of those many grants is
the Oregon Media Arts Fellowship, awarded in collabora...
On this episode of the Gap, Tammy and Althea discuss the online phenomenon,
Blackfishing. It refers to non-Black people and influencers using extreme
tanning, photo editing and cultural appropration to appear Black, mixed race,
or racially ambiguous on social media. Don'...
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 ...
Ronnie Cummins and Dr. Joseph Mercola are co-authors of The Truth About
COVID-19: Exposing The Great Reset, Lockdowns, Vaccine Passports, and the New
Nomral–Why We Must Unite in a Global Movement for Health and Freedom. The
Forward is by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. It was release...
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...
The streaming comedy series Shrill, based on the memoir by Seattleite Lindy
West, tackles such hot-button issues as abortion, cancer care, and body
shaming. Filmed in Portland, and inheriting a production team from the
sketch comedy series Portlandia, Shrill boasts the ...
This episode features Coalition for Human Dignity activists Steve
Wasserstrom, Jonathan Mozzochi and Abby Layton. In this episode we look at
how the meticulous collection of data mined for opposition research
contributed to a world-famous trial to debunk fascist Holocaust d...
Episode 270, Some Assembly Required
Featuring work by The Books, Bill McClintock, Nurse With Wound, Oki,
Osymyso, People Like Us, Pop Will Eat Itself, Prefuse 73, Raymond Scott
and Thriftshop XL.