Locus Focus (show page | audioport link) - Weekly. A weekly conversation about our place on the planet. Host Barbara Bernstein talks with local, regional and national experts, activists and policy makers about climate change, food policy, land use, salmon restoration, forest management and all the other things that matter in our environment.
Prison Pipeline (show page | audioport link) - Weekly. A radio program dedicated to educating the public about the Oregon criminal justice system. Our goal is to present a unique understanding of the criminal justice system, address the root causes of crime, and challenge the status quo. We seek to promote awareness and activism in order to foster a safe, healthy, and just society.
Progressive Spirit (show page | audioport link) - Weekly. Progressive Spirit talks intelligently about spirituality and social justice. Listen to interviews with top scholars, authors, social justice activists, and spiritual leaders from around the world. 58 minute and 27 minute edits available.
Beloved Community (show page | audioport link) - Monthly. Addressing the philosophical and spiritual foundations for non-violence, activism, political engagement and peace building. We hear voices of those who are building the Beloved Community right here in Portland. The goal is to make connections and to gain inspiration, solidarity, wisdom, and insight for your own activism.
Black Book Talk (show page | audioport link) - Monthly. Monthly program featuring interviews and discussions of works by African American authors. Co-hosts Emma Jackson Ford, O B Hill and Patricia Welch review works in all genres by well-known and emerging authors. Occasional call-in shows allow audience members to talk directly to authors and/or share their opinions on works by Black authors.
Free Culture Radio (show page | audioport link) - Monthly. An examination of drugs, drug cultures, and the ineluctable, indelible, and indispensable influence of drugs on society. Free Culture Radio neither promotes the use of any drugs, nor condemns people for being involved in drugs. To the extent that drug use presents problems for individuals or society, those problems are made worse and more intractable when drug users are treated as “others” and ignored, stigmatized, and even brutalized.
Voices for the Animals (show page | audioport link) - Monthly. A monthly half hour program that tackles the issues around animal rights, with interviews of front line activists who are working to make a difference in the lives of animals around the world. With hosts Dab Steadman and Courtney Scott.
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