Ehrenreich has done it again! The author of "Nickel and Dimed,"
"Bright-Sided" and many others now offers us her fresh and unique take on the
medical establishment, the "wellness industry," and our peculiar attidudes to
death and dying. Her prose is as always succinct...
The supposed or actual recent gas-bombing in Syria was the reason for the
US-French-British missile attack in response. Did it happen? If so, who did
carry it out? How can we know? Does our guest Idrees Ahmad (who in Dec. 2016
wrote a scathing criticism of fellow journa...
This spring, three Indigenous female playwrights will present their work on
Oregon’s top stages at the same time: Manahatta, by Mary Kathryn Nagle
(Cherokee) is on stage at Oregon Shakespeare Festival Mar. 28 - Oct. 27; The
Thanksgiving Play, by Larissa FastHorse (Sic...
Opening song: "Just Another Holy Man," by Floyd Red Crow
On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., host
Paul Roland talks with listeners about ongoing actions and movements of
Every second Wednesday
co-host Jacqueline Keeler has written a lengthy article (just published by
YES! Magazine) on Native American author Sherman Alexie, his role in the
Native American literary world (and beyond), and how the revelations about
his behavior with women aff...
Guest Carey Gillam is a long-time investigative journalist and currently
Research Director with U.S. Right to Know, a nonprofit organization working
for transparency and accountability in our nation’s food system. Her most
recent book is Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Ki...
What happens in the Arctic has an out-sized impact on the overall global
climate. And right now, it's looking very, very bad. December of last year
was the warmest on record in the Arctic, and 2018 has already set a string
of records for lowest levels of Arctic sea ice...
On March 14, the one-month anniversary of the Stoneman Douglas H.S. shooting
in Florida, students, teachers, school administrators, parents and allies
will take part in a #NATIONALSCHOOLWALKOUT for 17 minutes at 10am across