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An inquisitive, authentic look into the relationship between justice and the built environment. Conversations with leaders, fighters, and everyday people hoping and working for change. Unapologetic, well-informed, and ready to challenge you.

Latest Episodes

Community Is a Question

Lauren Moran creates interdisciplinary projects that are often participatory, collaborative and co-authored. They aim to experiment with and question the systems we are all embedded in by organizing situations of connection, openness and non-hierarchical learning. They are interested in developing sites for accessibility, collaboration with all different people they meet, and an expanded notion of institutional critique.

66 MIN2018 OCT 16
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Community Is a Question

Portland for Everyone

EIn this episode, we chat with Madeline Kovacs on affordable housing and Portland's future.

66 MIN2018 AUG 21
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Portland for Everyone

Gabby Smashes!

In this episode, Alexis and Steph talk with Dawn Jones Redstone and Luann Algoso about how Gabby Antonio has been smashing the Imperialist, White Supremacist, Capitalist Patriarchy.

59 MIN2018 JUL 5
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Gabby Smashes!

The Minidoka Swing Band

The Portland-based Minidoka Swing Band was formed in September 2007, as a tribute to Japanese Americans interned during World War II and to highlight the music popular in the Internment Camps. In this episode, Alexis and Steph interview four members of The Minidoka Swing Band.

71 MIN2018 MAY 11
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The Minidoka Swing Band

Tamika Butler & Keyonda McQuarters

How do self-policing in public spaces, Blackness, and transportation advocacy relate? Learn stories on the intersections of these issues and more in our most recent discussion, with Tamika Butler & Keyonda McQuarters.

77 MIN2017 NOV 13
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Tamika Butler & Keyonda McQuarters

Youth Organizing for Environmental Justice

Why is youth organizing important, and what are the unique qualities of youth organizing? In this episode, we talked with Jennifer Phung, a community organizer working with Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) and OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon.

48 MIN2017 OCT 1
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Youth Organizing for Environmental Justice

Two Spirit Warriors and Water Protection

What does it mean to be Two Spirit, and what has the Two Spirit movement's role been in protection of basic rights. We spoke with Candi Brings Plenty and Court Morse about their path, which led them to Standing Rock as water protectors. Candi Brings Plenty, Oglala Lakota Sioux is a National Queer Cysgender Indiginous Woman and has worked for over two decades for not just Indigenous people, but for everyone in community to receive medicine. Candi is completing her Masters in Public Health Administration, and has a graduate certificate in Non Profit management. On levels related to gender, race, sexual orientation, and economic background, she is unmatched in her passion and strength to push every issue forward. Candi brings Plenty is a single mother of two beautiful daughters, an educator and community health worker, and spiritual practitioner. Court Morse has over ten years of organizing and community action experience. Court grew up in Wisconsin and came out to Oregon to attend Por...

85 MIN2017 AUG 30
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Two Spirit Warriors and Water Protection

Race/Ethnicity & Neighborhood Housing Choice

How does race factor into the choices and opportunities involved in homeownership? We explored the answer to this question and many more with researcher C. Aujean Lee from Los Angeles. C. Aujean Lee is a doctoral candidate at UCLA in the Department of Urban Planning. She received her Master's of Urban Planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and her B.A. from UCLA in Psychology and Asian American Studies. Her research examines the racial wealth gap with a focus on homeownership and the role of ethnic- and neighborhood-based institutions.

65 MIN2017 JUN 24
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Race/Ethnicity & Neighborhood Housing Choice

On Supremacy in Oregon

On April 29th, over 100 White people came to 82nd Ave in Portland, Oregon, chanting "USA", "Go back to where you come from", and other racist and anti-immigrant sentiments. A few days later , staff from APANO met with Mayor Ted Wheeler, APANO joined with partners to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. A portion of 82nd Avenue sits within the Jade District, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Oregon state. Where did this come from, and what does this say about our region? Zahir Janmohamed is the Policy Director for APANO, the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon. He is also the co-host of Racist Sandwich, a podcast about race and food. Scot Nakagawa has spent the last four decades as a pro-democracy activist, addressing issues of race and gender inequity, religious bigotry, and anti-LGBTQ oppression through community-based campaigns, cultural organizing, popular education, writing, and public policy advocacy. Scot has worked with numerous organizations and movem...

53 MIN2017 MAY 19
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On Supremacy in Oregon

The Portland People's Climate Movement March

In this episode,we will be talking with Vivian Satterfield with OPAL about the Portland People’s Climate Movement March. Vivian is second-generation bilingual Chinese American, born and raised in inner city Chicago. She believes in the power of organizing, the efficacy of people-centered public policy, and the therapeutic benefits of a long bike ride. Vivian is currently the Deputy Director at OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, where she's helped bring grassroots-led campaigns and coalition efforts around issues such as lifting Oregon's 17-year long ban on inclusionary zoning, and the extensions of transfer times on TriMet, to success.

48 MIN2017 APR 27
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The Portland People's Climate Movement March

Latest Episodes

Community Is a Question

Lauren Moran creates interdisciplinary projects that are often participatory, collaborative and co-authored. They aim to experiment with and question the systems we are all embedded in by organizing situations of connection, openness and non-hierarchical learning. They are interested in developing sites for accessibility, collaboration with all different people they meet, and an expanded notion of institutional critique.

66 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
Community Is a Question

Portland for Everyone

EIn this episode, we chat with Madeline Kovacs on affordable housing and Portland's future.

66 MIN2018 AUG 21
Comments
Portland for Everyone

Gabby Smashes!

In this episode, Alexis and Steph talk with Dawn Jones Redstone and Luann Algoso about how Gabby Antonio has been smashing the Imperialist, White Supremacist, Capitalist Patriarchy.

59 MIN2018 JUL 5
Comments
Gabby Smashes!

The Minidoka Swing Band

The Portland-based Minidoka Swing Band was formed in September 2007, as a tribute to Japanese Americans interned during World War II and to highlight the music popular in the Internment Camps. In this episode, Alexis and Steph interview four members of The Minidoka Swing Band.

71 MIN2018 MAY 11
Comments
The Minidoka Swing Band

Tamika Butler & Keyonda McQuarters

How do self-policing in public spaces, Blackness, and transportation advocacy relate? Learn stories on the intersections of these issues and more in our most recent discussion, with Tamika Butler & Keyonda McQuarters.

77 MIN2017 NOV 13
Comments
Tamika Butler & Keyonda McQuarters

Youth Organizing for Environmental Justice

Why is youth organizing important, and what are the unique qualities of youth organizing? In this episode, we talked with Jennifer Phung, a community organizer working with Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) and OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon.

48 MIN2017 OCT 1
Comments
Youth Organizing for Environmental Justice

Two Spirit Warriors and Water Protection

What does it mean to be Two Spirit, and what has the Two Spirit movement's role been in protection of basic rights. We spoke with Candi Brings Plenty and Court Morse about their path, which led them to Standing Rock as water protectors. Candi Brings Plenty, Oglala Lakota Sioux is a National Queer Cysgender Indiginous Woman and has worked for over two decades for not just Indigenous people, but for everyone in community to receive medicine. Candi is completing her Masters in Public Health Administration, and has a graduate certificate in Non Profit management. On levels related to gender, race, sexual orientation, and economic background, she is unmatched in her passion and strength to push every issue forward. Candi brings Plenty is a single mother of two beautiful daughters, an educator and community health worker, and spiritual practitioner. Court Morse has over ten years of organizing and community action experience. Court grew up in Wisconsin and came out to Oregon to attend Por...

85 MIN2017 AUG 30
Comments
Two Spirit Warriors and Water Protection

Race/Ethnicity & Neighborhood Housing Choice

How does race factor into the choices and opportunities involved in homeownership? We explored the answer to this question and many more with researcher C. Aujean Lee from Los Angeles. C. Aujean Lee is a doctoral candidate at UCLA in the Department of Urban Planning. She received her Master's of Urban Planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and her B.A. from UCLA in Psychology and Asian American Studies. Her research examines the racial wealth gap with a focus on homeownership and the role of ethnic- and neighborhood-based institutions.

65 MIN2017 JUN 24
Comments
Race/Ethnicity & Neighborhood Housing Choice

On Supremacy in Oregon

On April 29th, over 100 White people came to 82nd Ave in Portland, Oregon, chanting "USA", "Go back to where you come from", and other racist and anti-immigrant sentiments. A few days later , staff from APANO met with Mayor Ted Wheeler, APANO joined with partners to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. A portion of 82nd Avenue sits within the Jade District, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Oregon state. Where did this come from, and what does this say about our region? Zahir Janmohamed is the Policy Director for APANO, the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon. He is also the co-host of Racist Sandwich, a podcast about race and food. Scot Nakagawa has spent the last four decades as a pro-democracy activist, addressing issues of race and gender inequity, religious bigotry, and anti-LGBTQ oppression through community-based campaigns, cultural organizing, popular education, writing, and public policy advocacy. Scot has worked with numerous organizations and movem...

53 MIN2017 MAY 19
Comments
On Supremacy in Oregon

The Portland People's Climate Movement March

In this episode,we will be talking with Vivian Satterfield with OPAL about the Portland People’s Climate Movement March. Vivian is second-generation bilingual Chinese American, born and raised in inner city Chicago. She believes in the power of organizing, the efficacy of people-centered public policy, and the therapeutic benefits of a long bike ride. Vivian is currently the Deputy Director at OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, where she's helped bring grassroots-led campaigns and coalition efforts around issues such as lifting Oregon's 17-year long ban on inclusionary zoning, and the extensions of transfer times on TriMet, to success.

48 MIN2017 APR 27
Comments
The Portland People's Climate Movement March
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