1/26/18 –Elena CaJacob talks about the new Oregon Ready Project at CAUSA, Oregon’s immigrant rights organization–on the Radical Songbook.(available 1/30)
1/17/18 –COCC Director of Multicultural Activities Karen Roth talks about the Season of Nonviolence events.
1/5/18 –Donavan Adderley talks about his son Deshaun, bullying, suicide and race on The Radical Songbook.
12/27/17 –KPOV DJ Teryl Young talks about bullying and race in local schools after recent student suicide
12/13/17 –Kevin Charity, African American homeless man, and Larry Kogovsek, homelessness advocate, on being homeless in Central Oregon on the Wednesday Point (available 1/26)
12/12/17 –Daniel Hauser of the Oregon Center for Public Policy talks about the tax bills in the US Congress on the Tuesday Point
11/24/17 –KPOV DJ Teryl Young talks about white supremacy in law enforcement on the Tuesday Point
11/21/17 –Roger Sabbadini talks about his book “Unavoidable Hope,” the story of his father’s fight to save his family from fascism (available 1/11/18)
11/03/17 –Liliana Cabrera talks about being Latina in Central Oregon on The Radical Songbook, 11-3-17
10/10/17 –Union members and representatives Noah Goldberg-Jaffe and Terry Casey on the importance of labor unions and efforts to dismantle them (available 10/12)
9/29/17 –Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel on The Radical Songbook.
9/22/17 – Local singer-songwriter Ian Carrick talks music and sings songs on The Radical Songbook.
7/18/17 – John Lodise of Shepard’s House on homelessness issues in Central Oregon, part 1
7/18/17 – John Lodise of Shepard’s House on homelessness issues in Central Oregon, part 2 (available July 21)
7/11/17 – Barb Fontaine President of Human Dignity Advocates of Crook County, on that group’s efforts for a more inclusive community in Crook County.(available July 21)
6/9/17 – Anyssa Bohanan, local TV reporter, on “Being Black in Bend” from The Radical Songbook.
6/7/17 – Lisa Arkin, Executive Director of Beyond Toxics on Environmental Justice in Oregon.
5/23/17 – Hannah Harrod, organizer for the Rural Organizing Project, on social justice organizing in rural areas and the importance of linking rural groups across the state.
5/9/17 – Melissa Adams, LCSW, on issues facing transgender youth and a program designed for youth and their families.
5/2/17 – Gardener Plaedo Wellman of Eugene Avant Gardeners and TEDx Bend Presenter on gardening, activism, humanity and the environment
4/18/17 – Climate activists Diane Hodiak, Laurel Hamilton and Callie Covington, discussing climate change, solar energy and the People’s Climate March. (contains some information about an timely event)
4/4/17 – Brad Porterfield, Executive Director of the Latino Community Association, on their programs to provide services to immigrants in our community (contains some informaation about a past event)
3/21/17 – Liliana Cabrera, Community Education and Outreach Coordinator, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette and Jodi Littlehales, Central Oregon activist, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon on the services Planned Parenthood provides and issues around potential reduction in federal funding.(Contains some information on a past event.)
3/14/17 – Noah Goldberg-Jaffe, Central Oregon organizer for Oregon AFL-CIO on local labor and community issues and actions.
3/7/17 – Greg Delgado, local activist and advocate, on changes in immigration enforcement and its impact on our communities.
2/21/17 – Dave Stranahan of Health Care for All Oregon on the state and future of health care in the United States and Oregon.
2/14/17 – Erin Rook and Emma Anderson of Saving Grace, Imagine Life Without Violence, on teen domestic violence and what Saving Grace is doing to address it. (contains information on a past event)
2/7/17 – Sara Jo Griffin, Board President of Human Dignity Coalition on that organization’s work for LGBTQ equality.
2/5/17 – Guest artist pianist Kotaro Fukuma about his life, his music, and the work he will be performing at the Central Oregon Symphony’s 2017 Winter Concert Series, interviewed by Jack Elliott for the Sunday Classics.
2/1/17 – More games, fewer officials. The state of high school athletics in the state of Oregon. Jack Fouillard, executive director of the Oregon Athletic Officials’ Association (OAOA), highlights the issue and illuminates steps his organization is taking to try and ensure all prep games are properly staffed and the next generation of officials is ready to go. With Mike Ficher.
01/13/17 – Jenni Peskin, Local mindfulness, yoga, and voice instructor on on the benefits of various mindfulness practices, from the Tuesday Point .
01/13/17 – Central Oregon Activist Melissa Adams about the January 21 Women’s March on Bend, from the Friday Point.
01/06/17 – Retired Professor of Journalism Kathy Campbell about the January 21 Women’s March on Washington and Central Oregon solidarity march that day, from the Friday Point.
11/23/16 – Guitarist Tommy Emmanuel, interviewed by host Jim Burns for Guitar Showcase.
11/21/16 – Local activists discuss recent hate crimes and bullying on KPOV special.
11/18/16 – COCC students Yvette Leecy and Jose Alvarez, on traveling to North Dakota to join the Standing Rock protest, from the The Radical Songbook
11/15/16 – The Terrazos Family of Redmond right after being sworn in as United States Citizens, from the Tuesday Point
10/30/16 – violinist Robert Schumitzky of the Aviara Trio about the ensemble’s November 4th High Desert Chamber Music concert. Brahms, Beethoven, and Turina. Interviewed by Jack Elliott on the Sunday Classics.
10/9/16 – Michael Gesme, Conductor of the Central Oregon Symphony on The Sunday Classics :
10/5/16 – New York filmmaker Geeta Gandbhir about her 2016 Bend Film appearance:
Oscar Gonzales of the Latino Community Association and Festival of Cultures
Diane Dean about Citizenship Classes in conjunction with Latino Community Association (including excerpt of 2015 naturalization ceremony)
Gabriela Hernandez on Latino Community Association Festival of Cultures
and Naturalization Ceremony