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Sex Trafficking, Live Theater, and Wonderland

Brian Curtis talks with Erin Johnston and Kate Tobie of the play Jane Doe in Wonderland . Alice in Wonderland is the vehicle to show how a victim gets lured into sex trafficking, as well as the brainwashing tactics used to abuse victims. This new play was created in partnership with the Humboldt County anti-sex trafficking organization Game Over .

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"Behavior is difficult to measure directly because we have to rely on what you tell us. You get upset when we try to watch you,” says Humboldt State's Melinda Meyers.

And when researchers base their gender studies using questionable assumptions, as you’re about to learn, that research gets a little dodgy. 

 

In this lecture, Myers lays out a fun-but-firm critique of sexuality research, and makes clear why it matters. 

"You use the gifts that you've been given, in the place where you are," says Melanie DeMore. "For me, that's how you become an activist." DeMore, a founding member of Grammy-nominated vocal ensemble Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir is giving a free concert at the Kate Buchanan Room Saturday at 7pm.

DeMore talks to Lorna Bryant about 'leading with love', confronting fear, and musical pounding sticks. 


Sex Trafficking, Live Theater, and Wonderland

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Robi Arce, via JaneDoeInWonderland.com

Brian Curtis talks with Erin Johnston and Kate Tobie of the play Jane Doe in Wonderland.  Alice in Wonderland is the vehicle to show how a victim gets lured into sex trafficking, as well as the brainwashing tactics used to abuse victims. This new play was created in partnership with the Humboldt County anti-sex trafficking organization Game Over


Humboldt Steelhead Days wraps up three months of countywide events and angling activities designed to inspire community awareness and promote river restoration and recovery of Humboldt’s winter steelhead populations and their spawning habitat. Mary Burke, from Cal Trout talks about the numerous fun and educational opportunities during Steelhead Days. More information at humboldtsteelheaddays.com.


Eric Kirk's Open Mic

Mar 24, 2017

From Humboldt's county's civil rights resolution to the Affordable Care Act, find out what happens when Eric Kirk opens the phones. 

Also, a former forest activist and marijuana grower makes his case in favor of Donald Trump.


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Ashton Applewhite returns with part two of her interview on aging while female, a term she coined.  As she notes, "We experience aging as betrayal and that face in the mirror as alien."  

 

Delia Bense-Kang

Underwater parks, called Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), are important for the protection and improvement of our ocean's health. The MPA Collaborative Network began from a grassroots stakeholder driven effort. Delia Bense-Kang, MPA Coordinator with the NEC, talks with Calla Allison, Director of the MPA Collaborative Network, about how the network was started, current projects, and what the future holds. This unique network is a shining example of how local expertise can provide guidance at a statewide level.


In the Tradition's Dan Chandler spoke with co-founder of the iconic El Teatro Campesino, Agustin Lira, and his musical collaborator Patricia Wells.

Dan, Agustin and Patricia discuss social justice activism, current and past - and the new album from the band Alma, Songs of Struggle & Hope


Teen Court Program for Humboldt Youth

Mar 22, 2017
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KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds talks with Director Sasha Marini about the Teen Court diversion program that has been around for 16 years. Teen Court is an afterschool service learning program administered by teens for teens that choose to have their cases heard by their peers.

Jury training for new teen volunteers is taking place on Thursday, March 30th at the Boys and Girls Club in Eureka.  

NCRT

Wendy Butler talks to cast and crew from Eureka High's production of Seussical and North Coast Repertory Theater's production of Richard III

NCRT's production of the Shakespeare classic opens March 23 and runs through April 13.

According to the North Coast Journal, EHS Players present "a well-crafted mish-mash of several of Dr. Seuss's most beloved stories." It opens Friday and runs through April 1st.


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Exposure to lead as a child can affect an adult decades later, according to a study out Tuesday that suggests a link between early childhood lead exposure and a dip in a person's later cognitive ability and socioeconomic status.

Lead in the United States can come from lots of sources: old, peeling paint, contaminated soil or water that's passed through lead pipes. Before policies were enacted to get rid of lead in gasoline, it could even come from particles in the fumes that leave car tailpipes.

Calls are growing for the Republican chairman of a key intelligence panel to recuse himself.

"There is such a cloud over the chairman's leadership," Adam Schiff of California, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told NPR's Steve Inskeep on Morning Edition.

Schiff was referring to Chairman Devin Nunes, who revealed Monday that he had met with an intelligence official on the White House grounds a day before announcing that there was evidence he had seen to indicate the Trump campaign and transition were scooped up in incidental surveillance.

Just days after the corroded wreck of the Sewol was lifted from the sea floor, human bones and possessions have been discovered on the long-sunken ferry, South Korean officials announced Tuesday.

Salvage workers "found bones of a dead person on the deck," Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries official Lee Cheol-jo told reporters, according to CNN. "We have found a total of six bones ranging in size from four to 18 centimeters. We believe they came through the windows and opening of the ferry's bow."

Officials in New York, California, and elsewhere say they'll fight Attorney General Jeff Sessions' move to cut off billions in federal grant money to cities that don't share the Trump administration's strict approach to enforcing immigration laws.

"The Trump Administration is pushing an unrealistic and mean spirited executive order," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted last night. "If they want a fight, we'll see them in court."

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