Women Confronting Globalization (parts 1&2)
Latinas from Latin America and the US on women fighting against corporate
globalization and for an economy that respects women's and workers' rights. 2/06
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Should We Privatize Social Security?
Follow the Oregon United to Protect Social Security campaign prior to the privatization
scheme's failure. Featuring Earl Blumenauer, Mitch Greenlick, Frank Shields, and others. 9/05
Perfectly Legal: David Cay Johnston on Regressive Taxes and the Expanding Wealth Gap
New York Times columnist on the nature and history of the U.S. tax regime, particularly
how tax inequalities affect the middle and lower classes. 3/04
Breaking Free from Debt: A Dialogue Between Jubilee North and South
Activists from Africa and the US on why much of the debt imposed on Southern
countries is illegitimate and should be cancelled. 7/02
Children as Economic Commodities
Rev. Marilyn Sewell on the harm done to children by viewing them as targets for
History of the Sustainability Movement in Portland (if there is one)
Eric Malin talks about the evolution of sustainability and asks if there can be a movement
without any established organization. 12/02
The Politics of Welfare
Kensington Welfare Rights Union activist Cheri Honkala speaks of sit-ins at the
Pennsylvania capital and calls Portlanders to action. (May, 2002)
Remembering Genoa (parts 1&2)
Three Portland activists describe Genoa, Italy in July, 2001, where they witnessed
protests against the G-8, seeing one person who had been killed and dozens injured by police.
Homelessness Marathon-KBOO Radio Portland, February 5, 2002
The fifth annual national program encouraged the homeless, academic experts and
advocates to speak out with their concerns.
Low income artists read poetry and display photos at celebration of release of
Haven from the Streets: A Benefit for Outside In
Musicians join volunteers, staff and clients of one of Portland's most active homeless
youth organizations at a benefit show.
Dignity Village: 2001 and Beyond
Villagers and their supporters talk about their plans for a permanent, self-designed and
run village for the homeless of Portland, Oregon. 6/01
street poetry (parts 1&2)
Portland's homeless & formerly homeless read their poetry at the library.
Protest in Seattle: Resisting the WTO
Labor, environmental, and human rights activists shut down the World Trade
Organization; police crack down on the "no-protest zone." ¥
50+ Years is Way Too Much
"50 Years is Enough" leader Njoke Njehu talks about the harmful effects of corporate rule
on developing nations.
People Power vs. Corporate Power
Ronnie Dugger, founder/co-chair of the Alliance for Democracy, on problems caused by
giving corporations more rights than people.
Mergers, Monopoly, and Anti-Trust (parts 1&2)
:A corporate watchdog exposes the increasing rate of mergers under the Clinton
Administration and talks of efforts to stop them.
Bread & Roses: Women Define Globalization
Women at an international gathering discuss ways the "free market" can be resisted at the
Brian Tokar: End Corporate Dominance
A well-known environmental activist takes on genetic engineering and other hazards of
Beyond Corporate Dominance (pt 1&2)
Noted author David Korten on the multitude of problems caused by corporate power --
and possible solutions.
Don't Mourn Organize!
Free food from activists for the homeless in Portland and guest Larry Duncan of
"Labor Beat" a labor cable access show in Chicago. 27:56 01/06/92
Consumerism in the USA
Are we driven by need or by greed? 30 mi 02/03/92
Where did the concept com from and what does it mean? 30 min 02/17/92
Producer or Consumer?
Are you a Consumer or a Producer? How do we as consumers control the
producers? 30 mi 03/09/92
Labor Beat: What Are We Worth Now?
Do We Hafta Have NAFTA?
30 mi 05/31/93
NAFTA: Canadian Perspectives
Holly Sklar: Global Corporate Strategies
The noted researcher makes connections between multinational corporations and US
domestic unrest. 45 mi 10/11/95
Noam Chomsky: The Minority of the Opulent (Part 1&2)
Chomsky examines historical protections for the wealthy upper classes magnified
today by multinationalism. 120 mi 11/22/95
Dr. Kevin Danaher: The World Economy, The IMF & The World Bank
Michael Albert: An Alternative Economic Model
Speech at PSU 1/95 02/06/95
Barlett & Steele: America, What Went Wrong?
Also see: "Fighting City Hall: Police Accountability, Homes and Jobs" in Police Accountability.