What’s the Consensus On Consent?

How do we clarify the rules on sexual consent? Our guests are Alexandra Brodsky, a fellow at the National Women’s Law Center, Kristen Houser, chief public affairs officer at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Jackson Katz, co-founder of Mentors in Violence Prevention and Shelby Chestnut, director of community organizing and public advocacy at the […]

Race And Casting In Classic Plays

A local theater producer has been denied the rights to the play“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” because he planned to cast a black actor in one of the lead roles. We talk to producer Michael Streeter, and Princeton theater professor Brian Eugenio Herrera about race, and casting, and the role they play in theater today.

Architect John Yeon’s NW Impact

Randy Gragg, who directs the University of Oregon’s John Yeon Center of Architecture and the Landscape joins us to tell us about Yeon’s life and enduring legacy. The Portland Art Museum has just opened a summer exhibit featuring the contributions of Portland architect and art collector John Yeon.