Interview

Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues - Part 1

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Host Ismael Abdulhaqq is joined by Imam Abu Qadir Al-Amin, Imam Antar Jannah, and Imam Omar Shareef.

Ismael asks each guest to discuss how he came to Islam from a different background, diversity of faith among family and friends, some of the history of Islam in the United States, and for some personal reflections on Imam WD Mohammed.

This is the first part of a series highlighting Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues and how Islam is practiced in America today.

Recorded 11/02/17.

In The Studio - County Services in Davis

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Don Saylor, Yolo County Supervisor, District 2, and Nolan Sullivan, Service Centers Branch Director, Yolo County Health and Human Services.

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topics discussed include: 600 A street Service Center opening July 2018, employment, youth health services, counselling, wellness center.

Recorded: 11/16/17.

In The Studio - Rebirth: The Woodland State Theatre

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Steve Streeter hosts David Wilkinson, Documentary Filmmaker, and Jeff Levich, Documentary Filmmaker.

topics discussed include: theatre history, movie theatre restoration, architecture, the documentary 'Rebirth: The Woodland State Theatre,' interviews with former employees, and the palm tree controversy.

Recorded: 11/16/17.

In The Studio - A Home for the Night

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Lin Weaver hosts Eric Elton, Board Chair, Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter, and Kelsey Gaynor, Intern, Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter.

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topics discussed include: what the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter in Davis does, helping people in need, homless population in Davis, interfaith operations, and breaking down barriers between volunteers and the homeless.

Recorded 11/16/17.

Populist Dialogues - 17-37 Renegotiating NAFTA

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"The pushers of the economic trend of neo-liberal capitalism looked at NAFTA as a way to be cutting edge in their free'trade agreements...with the intention of radically transforming Mexico's economy."  Russell Lum, Trade Justice Coordinator with Oregon Fair Trade Campaign talks about the contradictory reasons for NAFTA's enactment; how NAFTA has transformed the US and Mexico; and what "We the People" should demand of a re-negotiated NAFTA.

Populist Dialogues - 17-35 Corporations, Revolving Doors, and Water Treatment

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Guest Floy Jones, founding member of Friends of the Reservoirs, talks about the now-approved Bull Run treatment/filtration plant (cost about $400 million) and why this is not only an expensive project but also an unneeded project.  She cover the chain of events for the City having made the decision and why the events do not support the treatment/filtration plant approval.

"The same corporations, the same revolving door consultants were involved in crafting the rule and they have been the beneficiaries of the regulation every step of the way." ~ Floy Jones

Populist Dialogues - 17-34 Fear and Intolerance in Tillamook County

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Helen Patti Hill talks about her book, A Brief History of Fear and Intolerance in TIllamook County, looking at the rise of fear and the resulting intolerance from the arrival of white  people all the way to the current era with the Oregon Citizens Alliance (2000) and racism in the schools.