On Digital Crossroads, Friday April 17th, I spoke with my friend Erin Gentry about her Master’s thesis for Bowling Green University.
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The interview is particularly topical considering recent controversy surrounding graffiti and unapproved artwork on Evergreen College property. I did BLEEP some content from the interview, and unfortunately don’t have the original audio. The editing was done for the sake of KAOS radio, and does not reflect an intention to censor the speech of Erin or the subjects of her ethnography.
You can listen to the entire show HERE.
The second half of the show features my interview with Shane King, co-director of Girls Rock! the documentary that is now wrapping up its run at the Capitol Theater in Olympia. Girls Rock is a new documentary about a rock ‘n’ roll camp for 8 to 18 year-old girls in Portland, OR.
This show got a lot of great response from listeners. Thanks to all the callers!