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Rebroadcast of Part Two: "This Is Not for You" by Richard Brown

Airs at: Thu, 01/06/2022 at 11:30am - 12:00pm
Produced for Black Book Talk
This is a rebroadcast of the second half of our June, 2021 interview with Portlander Richard Brown, author of This is Not For You:  An Activist's Journey of Resistance and Resilience".  In this segment, he discusses the process of writing and publishing his memoir.  Mr. Bro... Read more

Bonus Episode: The Holocaust Denier and the CHD

Airs at: Fri, 04/23/2021 at 7:00am - 7:15am
Produced for It Did Happen Here
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... Read more

Old Mole Variety Hour April 26th 2021

Airs at: Mon, 04/26/2021 at 9:00am - 10:00am
Produced for Old Mole Variety Hour
  Denise Morris Hosts this Episode og the Old Mole which includes Viral Epidemics. Bill Resnick interviews David Quammen, a journalist of science, who wrote the book, Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic. Published in 2013 it eerily predicted the Covi... Read more

Sharon G. Flake | The Life I'm In

Airs at: Fri, 04/16/2021 at 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Produced for Open Air
The Life I'm In, a sister novel to the bestselling, The Skin I'm In by three-time Coretta Scott King award-winning author, Sharon G.  Flake. Since it's groundbreaking debut more than 20 years ago, The Skin I'm In, had a tremendous impact which has stood the test of time, co... Read more

Bonus Episode: Celina Flores, Mic Crenshaw, and Erin Yanke at the Multnomah County Library

Airs at: Fri, 04/16/2021 at 7:00am - 7:15am
Produced for It Did Happen Here
Enrique Rivera of the Multnomah County Library, hosted this event with the IDHH podcast producers on March 11, 2021. They play clips of the podcast, talk about making the podcast, storytelling, their favorite moments, book recommendations, and much more. Thanks to Lyndsey ... Read more

Blues in the Mississippi Night: 3 Legendary Bluesmen Talk Jim Crow

Airs at: Fri, 04/16/2021 at 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Produced for The Songcircle
On today's abbreviated, hour-long edition of The Songcircle, we present in its entirety the invaluable, historic recording Blues in the Mississippi Night. Recorded by the great folklorist Alan Lomax in New York City in 1947, it features three legendary performers -- Big Bil... Read more

Fentanyl, Mandatory Minimums, and Racism

Airs at: Wed, 04/14/2021 at 12:00am - 12:30am
Produced for Century Of Lies
This week on Century: Fentanyl, mandatory minimums, and racism. We hear from Grant Smith, Deputy Director of Drug Policy Alliance Office of National Affairs; Nkechi Taifa, author of a new memoir entitled Black Power, Black Lawyer: My Audacious Quest for Justice, CEO of The ... Read more

Bonus Episode: Racist Recruitment through Youtube

Airs at: Fri, 04/09/2021 at 7:00am - 7:15am
Produced for It Did Happen Here
In this bonus episode, we hear from Coalition forHuman Dignity veteran Devin Burghart, nowExecutive Director of left wing think tank Institutefor Research and Education on Human Rights.Burghart talks about the role of YouTube personalitiesin the effective radicalization of ... Read more

Bonus Episode: Scot Nakagawa and Eric Ward at the Multnomah County Library

Airs at: Fri, 04/02/2021 at 7:15am - 7:30am
Produced for It Did Happen Here
Scot Nakagawa and Eric Ward talk together at " It Did Happen Here: Nothing is Final", recorded March 4, 2021 at an event sponsored by the Multnomah County Library.   Scot was the founding staff person of the Coalition for Human Dignity, and is co-founder and Senior Partn... Read more

The Story-Telling of Walter Mosely

Airs at: Mon, 03/29/2021 at 9:00am - 10:00am
Produced for Old Mole Variety Hour
  Although now nearly a month late for Black history month,  Book Mole Larry Bowlden honors the social commentary and  story-telling of Walter Mosley. Mosley shows clearly how a novelist can be more honest and direct in exposing racism providing scathing social commentary ... Read more