The Covid-19 pandemic is upping the stress and anxiety levels in all of us,
and, like the physical effects of the virus, likely to overburden a mental
health care system also suffering from staff shortages and inadequate
funding. Bob Nikkel, a former Oregon commissioner ...
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...