On Monday April 22nd, host Anjuli Brekke, spoke with author Jared Diamond about the lessons we can learn from traditional societies.
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In Continuation of celebrating poetry month, Brian Standing read The Compost by Walt Whitman.
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Cow-power is the biofuel of the new millennium. So says UW’s Garret Suen who has all the udder details. Alright, sorry, that pun was my misteak. Well, clearly, I’m milking this.
Would you choose your government with the flip of a coin? The Town of Oregon recently did just that. Town clerk Denise Arnold will tell us all about it.
Big Brother is watching you… from the sky. Shahid Buttar and Nadia Kayyali, from the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, explain more and also have some ideas to keep the drones at bay.
On Friday April 19th, host Esty Dinur started the show with a discussion about the Boston bombing and the Chechnya connection with Chip Berlet and Professor Uli Schamiloglu. During the second half of the program she interviewed Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club, who was the keynote speaker at Isthmus Green Day on Saturday April 20th at the Terrace Community and Convention Center.