From November 27th to December 1st, the Second Meeting of States Parties to
the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons was held at the United
Nations in New York City. After the sessions, the Bulletin of the Atomic
Scientists announced that the proceedings provided ...
That’s what a former governor claimed in addressing the murder of an
Ethiopian immigrant by racist skinheads thirty-five years ago. Elinor Langer
knew different. This week Norm Diamond talks with Elinor about her 2003
book, One Hundred Little Hitlers, The Death of a Black M...
It’s been a wild year in many respects and this week is the time of year
when we reconnect with Eric de Place with Salish Strategies in Seattle, to
puzzle out all that’s happened. Today we talk about the positives – of
which there have actually been a few – as well as the m...
For the past year a coalition of climate and social justice activists have
been presenting a series of monthly Rumble On The River community forums that
bring together expert voices to explain the risks of having 90% of Oregon’s
fuel stored within city limits at the Critica...
Host Karen James speaks with Emily Hawley, Senior Policy Associate with ACLU
Oregon, who discusses “Solutions for Safe and Just Communities” a report
she co-authored with Jessica Maravilla, that debunks the myths and
misinformation about Measure 110. The report says Oregoni...
This week on Century of Lies: World AIDS Day 2023.
Ahead of World AIDS Day, which is December First, Georgetown University’s
Global HIV Policy Lab has released a new report entitled “Progress and the
Peril: HIV and the Global De/criminalization of Same-Sex Sex.” On this
We still have a brief window of opportunity to avoid the worst impacts of
climate change if we drastically and quickly begin to cut all carbon
emissions. However meaningful efforts to achieve these cuts are being
undermined by the heavy use of carbon offsets, which allow bu...
Adam Carpinelli interviews former Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim with The
Jericho Movement, Spirit of Mandela and People's Senate talking about the
importance of getting involved with the 13th Forward national initiative to
end prison slavery.
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Elementary and Middle School teachers, Ron Morgan and Emily Golden-Fields,
present an up close and personal view and analysis of the historic Portland
Association of Teachers strike, now in its fourth week, shaking up the city.