Month: August 2021

Gordon Green’s Music Planet – Kuti Family Legend

Join Gordon Green’s Music Planet this week for a look at the amazing musical and political legacy of the late Fela Kuti. The Nigerian singer, musician and political activist brought awareness to the plight of Africans through his music and his musical brilliance has left him with the title of “Father of Afrobeat”. His talented …

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Authenticity Matters 08/12/2021- Kind & Generous Authenticity

This month’s focus is on the kindness and generosity of community builders. Our first guest is is North Portland’s Terrance Moses. Terrance is a leader in Kenton neighborhood in Portland and founder of Neighbors Helping Neighbors. The second segment features the Border to Bay bike ride benefitting Martha’s Pantry. Terry and Diane Toland explain how …

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TTR: History Education in the US

Jake is joined by Doctor Donna Sinclair to discuss the history of social studies education in the United States. They then discuss some of the challenges that school boards and teachers face in the modern-era, especially with the controversy around the definition and perceived implementation of “Critical Race Theory” into state curriculums Enjoy!