PDX Rent Strike, a newly formed coalition, has called for an April first rent
strike in the wake of the economic meltdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Randall, an organizer with the group, join Paul by phone to talk about what a
rent strike is and what their group...
3rd Wednesday co-host Sara from Portland Assembly joins Paul to talk about
the PDX Covid-19 Mutual Aid Network and other efforts to provide direct
assistance with shopping and other forms of collective self-help.
At least two Facebook groups have sprung up recently to pr...
Host Paul Roland welcomes back Deborah Schwartzkopf and Jane Rice, along
with new guest Sarah Hancock.
Petition to Standardize, Regulate & Audit Shock Treatments:
Yankton Dakota (Sioux) and Dineh (Navajo) writer and activist Jacqueline
Keeler joins regular Wednesday Talk Radio host Paul Roland to have a
conversation about what makes someone Native American and what it means to be
a settler-colonial-immigrant (like Paul) and how...
Braunwynn Franklin has been a peer specialist and advocate for more than 10
years. She has a heart for social justice change in the prison/justice system
and supporting people to gain a better quality of life mentally, spiritually
and physically. She has a Bachelors D...
While impeachment occupies the centers of political power, Trump's mercenary
approach to the Presidency continues unabated. He now appears to have gone
beyond just profitting from the use of his personal properties, "brand" and
other forms of influence. In an explosiv...
Fresh from a week-long trip across the Dineh (Navajo) Nation reservation in
the Southwest U.S., regular guest host Jacqueline Keeler will join host Paul
Roland to talk about the growing political power of Indigenous Nations in the
U.S. and whether the Navajo electorat...