When jobs and small businesses in a hard-working white community were being
destroyed by corporate pollution, many residents blamed recent immigrants
instead – even bringing in the Ku Klux Klan who provoked a campaign of
violence against the new arrivals. Writer and photogr...
If life in these times is a Dangerous Ride then some of us have the instinct
to take it fast with the Radio Loud.
Life for us in the risk-it-all 21st Century. Everybody in an official
capacity is a pirate.
The Good are low-balling it and the Worst are healed and focused...
This program was originally broadcast on November 28, 2022
The Northern Spotted Owl is the quintessential canary in the coal-mine for
older forest ecosystems. It was listed as “threatened” under the
Endangered Species Act in 1992 because of widespread logging of it...
This week For The Wild Podcast presents Part Two of a two-part conversation
between guest host bront velez and Dr. Tiffany Lethabo King. Circumferencing
Dr. Tiffany Lethabo King's book The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of
Black and Native Studies, bront and Tiffany e...
This week on a special repeat episode of "First Voices Radio," Host Tiokasin
Ghosthorse welcomes Alnoor Ladha. Alnoor's work focuses on the intersection
of political organizing, systems thinking and narrative work. He was the
co-founder and Executive Director of The Rule...
First Hour: Like humans, many of the illnesses suffered by your pets are the
result of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. Yet the medical model - which
extends to the world of veterinary medicine - seems fairly clueless in how to
use natural remedies to keep your pet healt...
Today, Theresa speaks with Robert Gottlieb to discuss why a care economy and
care-centered politics can influence and reorient such issues as health, the
environment, climate, race, inequality, gender, and immigration.
Bill Resnick interviews David Riemer about his latest book, Putting
Government in its Place, the Case for a new Deal 3.0. But don’t be fooled.
He sees state policy as crucial for controlling capitalism, and he attributes
our current crises of inequality, homelessness, and g...
It's KBOO's end-of-year pledge drive and the first person who pledges $250 to
KBOO during our show on Monday, December 19, will receive the gift of a
reversible felted and beaded purple shawl, handmade from a mix of merino wool
and silk by Fiber Mole Desiree Hellegers. T...
Ever since last summer, when the city of Portland denied Zenith Energy the
Land Use Compatibility (LUCS) statement to expand their oil train operastions
in Northwest Portland, it looked like Zenith might actually be forced to shut
down. But then to the amazement and dismay ...