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This Friday 3/19 on Bread and Roses

This Friday, 3/19, on Bread & Roses at KBOO 90.7 FM Community Radio from 6 to 7 PM:

Tristan Taormino, an award-winning author, columnist, editor, and sex educator. She is giving a lecture this weekend in Portland at the female-friendly sex shop, SheBop, in the Mississippi District.

Dr. Clayton Mosher, Associate Chair, Department of Sociology, Washington State University in Vancouver, will talk about the Center for Social and Environmental Justice's Spring Conference on March 27 at WSU. The conference offers presentations on white privilege, poverty, immigration, racial profiling and inequities in transportation, education and environmental issues. Mosher will introduce the Clark County Equity Report at the conference and has published extensively on racial profiling and inequities and disparities in the criminal justice system, including the effects on women and children.

Hosted by Nicole Vulcan and Gabriele Ross
We live-stream at www.kboo.fm

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