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Northwestern Exposure #366A - 12/29/02 (1st Aired in March 2002) - 56:30

Subject: The Roots of Hunger: Reinventing Democracy & Capitalism
Guests: Frances Moore Lappe & Anna Lappe
Length: 22:00
Contact: Diet For a Small Planet
Date Aired: 12/29/02
Summary: In a sequel to her landmark book on food and hunger issues, Diet For a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappe co-wrote, with her daughter Anna, Hope s Edge: The Next Diet for a Small Planet. They discussed their travels to five continents to investigate anti-hunger activism and its root causes.

Subject: Roots of Hunger: Reinventing Democracy & Capitalism Pt. 2
Guests: Frances Moore Lappe & Anna Lappe
Length: 22:00
Contact: Diet For a Small Planet
Date Aired: 12/29/02
Summary: The co-authors of Hope s Edge: The Next Diet For a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappe and daughter Anna, continued their discussion on food, anti-hunger activism and its root causes and projects designed to change systems that prevent people from eating healthy food regularly.



Northwestern Exposure #394 - 12/22/02 - 56:30

Subject: Hazel Wolf: Fighting The Establishment
Guest: Susan Starbuck
Length: 22:00
Contact: Hazel Wolf on U. of W. Press website
Date Aired: 12/22/02
Summary: Susan Starbuck teaches at Antioch University in Seattle and is author of Hazel Wolf: Fighting the Establishment. She discussed the oral history series at the University of Washington that was the genesis of her new book, the poverty-stricken childhood of the Northwest s premier 20th Century activist/environmentalist and Hazel s feeling that America is destined to be a Social Democracy.

Subject: More on Hazel Wolf: Fighting The Establishment
Guest: Susan Starbuck
Length: 22:00
Contact: Hazel Wolf on U. of W. Press website
Date Aired: 12/22/02
Summary: Susan Starbuck teaches at Antioch University in Seattle and is author of Hazel Wolf: Fighting the Establishment. She continued her discussion of Hazel Wolf, the Northwest s premier 20th Century activist/environmentalist and Hazel s experience as an organizer from the Depression-era all the way up to the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua.



Northwestern Exposure #363A - 12/15/02 - 54:00

Subject: Describing the Path of Enlightenment
Guests: Robert Ullman, N.D. & Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, N.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Mystics & Masters
Date Aired: 12/15/02
Summary: This couple, both Naturopathic Doctors, are co-authors of a look at 34 enlightened individuals who became so during their lifetime and were not born that way. They discussed Mystics, Maters, Saints & Sages: Stories of Enlightenment, discussed their decision to branch out of books on medicine and defined the term enlightenment as used in the book.

Subject: Describing the Path of Enlightenment, part 2
Guests: Robert Ullman, N.D. & Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, N.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Mystics & Masters
Date Aired: 12/15/02
Summary: The co-authors of a look at 34 enlightened individuals published in the book: Mystics, Maters, Saints & Sages: Stories of Enlightenment, discussed Rumi, Lester Levenson and other individuals profiled in the book.



Northwestern Exposure #393 - 12/08/02 - 54:00

Subject: U.S. Middle East Policy & The Roots of Terrorism
Guest: Stephen Zunes, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Foreign Policy in Focus
Date Aired: 12/08/02
Summary: Dr. Stephen Zunes is an Associate Professor of Politics and Chair of the Peace & Justice studies program at the University of San Francisco. Author of Tinderbox: U.S. Middle East Policy and the Roots of Terrorism, he discussed the history of U.S. policy and the downside of the effort to create U.S. hegemony in the region.

Subject: U.S. Middle East Policy & The Roots of Terrorism, Part II
Guest: Stephen Zunes, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Foreign Policy in Focus
Date Aired: 12/08/02
Summary: Dr. Stephen Zunes, Associate Professor of Politics and Chair of the Peace & Justice studies program at the University of San Francisco is author of Tinderbox: U.S. Middle East Policy and the Roots of Terrorism. He continued his discussion of the history of U.S. policy and aspects of the solution to the violence in the Middle East and the terrorism that imperils Americans.



Northwestern Exposure #392 - 12/1/02 - 59:30

Subject: The Intersection of Mexican & American Cultures
Guests: Michael Weigers, Monica de la Torre & Coral Bracho
Length: 22:00
Contact: Copper Canyon Press
Date Aired: 12/01/02
Summary: Michael Weigers and Monica de la Torre are Co-Editors of an anthology entitled: Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry. Coral Bracho is one of the 31 poets represented in the book. They discussed the book, the translation process and Coral read and discussed some of the differences between the two cultures.

Subject: The Intersection of Mexican & American Cultures, Part II
Guests: Michael Weigers, Monica de la Torre, Tedi Lopwez Mills & Pedro Serrano
Length: 27:00
Contact: Copper Canyon Press
Date Aired: 12/01/02
Summary: Michael Weigers and Monica de la Torre are Co-Editors of an anthology entitled: Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry. Tedi Lopez Mills and Pedro Serrano are two of the poets represented in the book. They discussed the publisher, the translation process, some of the differences between the two cultures and both read some work.



Northwestern Exposure #391 - 11/24/02 - 56:00

Subject: The Graphic Novel art form
Guest: Eric Drooker
Length: 22:00
Contact: Drooker.com
Date Aired: 11/24/02
Summary: Eric Drooker is an artist, originally from New York's Lower East side and creator of Blood Song: A Silent Ballad. He discussed the art form of the graphic novel, his exposure to early practitioners of the form, such as Frans Masereel and Lynd Ward and how growing up on the Lower East side with neighbors like Allen Ginsberg shaped his politics.

Subject: The Graphic Novel art form, Part II
Guest: Eric Drooker
Length: 22:00
Contact: Drooker.com
Date Aired: 11/24/02
Summary: Artist Eric Drooker, originally from New York's Lower East side and creator of Blood Song: A Silent Ballad, discussed the art form of the graphic novel, his latest contribution to the genre and the politics that inspired the themes that are covered in the book.



Northwestern Exposure #390 - 11/17/02 - 56:00

Subject: Emotional Child Abuse
Guest: Oliver Tuthill, M.A. B.A.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Autumn Tree Productions
Date Aired: 11/17/02
Summary: Oliver Tuthill holds a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology and a Masters in Psychology. He is Executive Director of Autumn Tree Productions, a non-profit film corporation dedicated to increasing public awareness of emotional child abuse. He defined Emotional Child Abuse, talked about some of the abuse he suffered as a child and the different categories of Emotional Child Abuse as he defines it.

Subject: Emotional Child Abuse, Part II
Guest: Oliver Tuthill, M.A. B.A.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Autumn Tree Productions
Date Aired: 11/17/02
Summary: Oliver Tuthill is the Executive Director of Autumn Tree Productions, a non-profit film corporation dedicated to increasing public awareness of emotional child abuse. He continued his discussion of Emotional Child Abuse and his efforts to create more awareness of what he calls this Public Health Crisis through film and a systemic approach to the issue.



Northwestern Exposure #389 - 11/10/02 - 56:00

Subject: The New York School of Painting & the politics of Abstraction
Guest: Serge Guilbaut, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Tacoma Art Museum
Date Aired: 11/10/02
Summary: Serge Guilbaut, a professor of Art History at the University of British Columbia, discussed how the U.S. State Department promoted the work of Abstract Expressionist painters in the fight against the Cold War and as an effort to demonstrate the superiority of American Culture.

Subject: New York School of Painting & the politics of Abstraction, Part II
Guest: Serge Guilbaut, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Tacoma Art Museum
Date Aired: 11/10/02
Summary: Serge Guilbaut, a professor of Art History at the University of British Columbia, continued his discussion of how the U.S. State Department promoted the work of Jackson Pollock and other Abstract Expressionist painters in the fight against the Cold War and as an effort to demonstrate the superiority of American Culture.



Northwestern Exposure #388 - 11/03/02 - 56:00

Subject: The Genre of the Spiritual Hollywood Movie
Guest: Stephen Simon
Length: 22:00
Contact: Mystical Movies.com & Damah Film Festival
Date Aired: 11/03/02
Summary: The producer of the Robin Williams film What Dreams May Come and author of The Force is With You: Mystical Movie Messages that Inspire Our Lives, Stephen Simon discussed what he sees as an unrecognized genre of Hollywood movie of the spiritual theme. He also discussed how this differs from the religious film and some films he considers part of the genre.

Subject: Spiritual Movies, Pt. II
Guest: Stephen Simon
Length: 22:00
Contact: Mystical Movies.com & Damah Film Festival
Date Aired: 11/03/02
Summary: The producer of the film What Dreams May Come and author of The Force is With You: Mystical Movie Messages that Inspire Our Lives, Stephen Simon discussed how recognition of the genre of the spiritual film can change the way Hollywood makes and markets movies and perhaps the culture.



Northwestern Exposure #356A - 10/27/02-56:00 (1st aired in November '01)

Subject: Witchcrafting: Making Magic with the Old Religion
Guest: Phyllis Curott
Length: 22:00
Contact: Witchcrafting Book of Shadows
Date Aired: 10/27/02
Summary: Phyllis Curott is an author, social & spiritual activist, practicing lawyer and Wiccan High Priestess. Her new book is Witchcrafting: A Spiritual Guide to Making Magic. She discussed her experience in becoming a witch, the historical precedents of the Wicca religion and how quantum physics supports the underlying concepts of making magic.

Subject: More Witchcrafting
Guest: Phyllis Curott
Length: 22:00
Contact: Witchcrafting Book of Shadows
Date Aired: 10/27/02
Summary: Phyllis Curott is a Wiccan High Priestess and author of Witchcrafting: A Spiritual Guide to Making Magic . She discussed how meditation, and the consciousness-shift it facilitates, is the basis of making magic, her basis for estimating that Wicca is the fastest-growing religion in America with four million practitioners and how the link to feminine divinity is why so may people are attracted to witchcraft.



Northwestern Exposure #387 for 10/20/02 - 56:00

Subject: How Corporations got Human Rights
Guest: Thom Hartmann
Length: 22:00
Contact: Unequal Protection Website
Date Aired: 10/20/02
Summary: Thom Hartmann is an international relief worker, psychotherapist, father and author of over a dozen books, including: Unequal Protection: The Rise of Corporate Dominance & the Theft of Human Rights. He discussed the East India Company, the Boston Tea Party & 1886 Supreme Court decision, Santa Clara vs. Southern Pacific that was twisted to give corporations human rights and its ramifications.

Subject: How Corporations got Human Rights, II
Guest: Thom Hartmann
Length: 22:00
Contact: Unequal Protection Website
Date Aired: 10/20/02
Summary: Thom Hartmann, author of: Unequal Protection: The Rise of Corporate Dominance & the Theft of Human Rights, discussed how an 1886 Supreme Court decision was twisted to give corporations human rights, its ramifications and solutions to the problem of corporations operating with rights designed for human beings.



Northwestern Exposure #212a for 10/13/02 - First Broadcast in September '97 - 55:00

Subject: Herbs, Health Empowerment & Tenzing Momo
Guest: Eric Pollard Length: 22:00
Contact: (206) 623-9837 Tenzing Momo
Date Aired: 10/13/02
Summary: Eric Pollard is a trained herbalist and the co-owner of Tenzing Momo, the oldest, continuously-operating herbal apothecary on the west coast, located in Seattle's historic Pike Place Market. He discussed the apothecary, the new popularity of certain herbs like St. Johnswort and the notion that increasingly, people seek empowerment for their own health and wellness, rather than giving up that responsibility to a doctor. (Eric passed away in May '02. This program is dedicated to his memory. peN)

Subject: The Legend of Jack Kerouac
Guests: Vince Ballestri, Brian Kent
Length: 22:00
Contact: (206) 325-6500 720-1942 or Bukowski, Micheline & The First Amendmant
Date Aired: 10/13/02
Summary: Vince Ballestri is an acclaimed actor and is the writer/producer/performer in "Kerouac: The Essence of Jack. A Jazz Play." He discussed his interest in Kerouac, how he continued to be inspired to perform the same basic play night after night and Kerouac's literary reputation. He also read some Kerouac with Brian's sax accompaniment.



Northwestern Exposure #386 for 10/06/02 - 55:00

Subject: Spirituality in Film
Guest: Sean Diamond
Length: 22:00
Contact: Damah Film Festival
Date Aired: 10/06/02
Summary: Sean Diamond, co-founder of the Damah Film Festival discussed the state of Hollywood today, the Damah Film Festival which specializes in films with a spiritual theme and the notion that people go to movies ultimately for transcendence.

Subject: The Tibetan Buddhist Path
Guest: Robert Thurman, Ph.D.
Length: 23:00
Contact: 212-807-0563 or Tibet House
Date Aired: 10/06/02
Summary: Dr. Thurman, a college professor and writer for thirty years, holds the first endowed chair in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist studies in America. He is author of: "Inner Revolution: Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Real Happiness." He discussed his path to Tibetan Buddhism, the "inner science" of that tradition and the four noble truths of Buddhism.



Northwestern Exposure #385 for 9/29/02 - 56:00

Subject: Mountaineering Research on Mt. Everest
Guest: Jochen Hemmleb
Length: 22:00
Contact: Mountaineers Books
Date Aired: 9/29/02
Summary: Jochen Hemmleb has been a Mountaineer for 20 years, was a member of two recent Everest research expeditions & is holder of what may be the most comprehensive private archive on the history of the Tibetan side of Mt. Everest. He is also the co-author of Detectives on Everest: The 2001 Mallory & Irvine Research Expedition & discussed his research.

Subject: Mountaineering Research on Mt. Everest, Part II
Guest: Jochen Hemmleb
Length: 22:00
Contact: Mountaineers Books
Date Aired: 9/29/02
Summary: Jochen Hemmleb, co-author of Detectives on Everest: The 2001 Mallory & Irvine Research Expedition continued to discuss research he was involved in on Mt. Everest to determine the fate of the Mallory / Irvine Expedition which may have been the first to successfully reach the summit of Mt. Everest in 1924.



Northwestern Exposure #314A for 9/22/02 - 56:00 (First Aired in October 2000.)

Subject: Search & Rescue in Olympic National Park
Guests: Dan Pontbriand & Barb Maynes
Length: 22:00
Contact: Olympic National Park
Date Aired: 9/22/02
Summary: Dan Pontbriand is a Lake District Ranger at Olympic National Park in the far Northwest corner of the lower 48 United States. Barb Maynes is the park's Public Information Officer. They discussed Olympic National Park, their experience working there, their favorite spots and the story of a recent rescue of a certain radio interview host.

Subject: More on Search & Rescue in Olympic National Park
Guests: Dan Pontbriand & Barb Maynes
Length: 22:00
Contact: Olympic National Park
Date Aired: 9/22/02
Summary: Dan Pontbriand is a Lake District Ranger at Olympic National Park in the far Northwest corner of the lower 48 United States. Barb Maynes is the park's Public Information Officer. They discussed the story of a recent rescue of a certain radio interview host and provided tips on how to survive getting lost in the wilderness.



Northwestern Exposure #384 for 9/15/02 - 55:00

Subject: Opposing Commercialism in Schools
Guest: Brita Butler-Wall, PH.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Citizen's Campaign for Commercial Free Schools
Date Aired: 9/15/02
Summary: The Executive Director of the Citizens' Campaign for Commercial-Free Schools discussed the effort to help youth have a commercial-free education, the contracts between schools and junk-food suppliers and links between diets heavy with those products and obesity and diminished learning.

Subject: Opposing Commercialism in Schools, Part Two
Guest: Brita Butler-Wall, PH.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Citizen's Campaign for Commercial Free Schools
Date Aired: 9/15/02
Summary: The Executive Director of the Citizens' Campaign for Commercial-Free Schools continued her discussion on her organization, the effort to help youth have a commercial-free education and an upcoming conference on Commercialism in Schools.



Northwestern Exposure #383 for 9/8/02 - 56:00

Subject: Oregon s Measure 27, Labeling Genetically Engineered Foods
Guest: Craig Winters
Length: 22:00
Contact: The Campaign to Label G.E. Foods
Date Aired: 9/8/02
Summary: The Executive Director of The Campaign to Label Genetically Engineered Foods. He discussed the campaign effort in Oregon that would mandate labels on foods containing Genetically Modified Organisms and other news nationally and internationally concerning this unproven food technology.

Subject: Oregon s Measure 27, Labeling Genetically Engineered Foods, Part II
Guest: Craig Winters
Length: 22:00
Contact: The Campaign to Label G.E. Foods
Date Aired: 9/8/02
Summary: The Executive Director of The Campaign to Label Genetically Engineered Foods. He discussed the legislative campaign to mandate labels on foods containing Genetically Modified Organisms, actions of Diplomatic Terrorism by the U.S. government in attempting to foist products of this technology on other countries and other aspects of the G.E. Foods debate.



Northwestern Exposure #382 for 9/1/02 - 58:00

Subject: The Vietnam War & Race w/ Yusef Komunyakaa
Guest: Yusef Komunyakaa
Length: 22:00
Contact: Centrum
Date Aired: 9/1/02
Summary: Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa discussed his work, the reasons he chose to serve in the military during the Vietnam War and shared two poems, Euphamy & a war memorial inspired: Facin It.

Subject: Jazz Poetry & the work of Yusef Komunyakaa
Guest: Yusef Komunyakaa
Length: 22:00
Contact: Centrum
Date Aired: 9/1/02
Summary: Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa continued his discussion of his work, the inspiration of Jazz on it and he shared two poems, February in Sydney and Elegy For Thelonious.



Northwestern Exposure #381 for 8/25/02 - 54:00

Subject: The Translation & Publishing of Copper Canyon Press
Guest: Sam Hamill
Length: 22:00
Contact: Copper Canyon Press
Date Aired: 8/25/02
Summary: The Founding Editor of the nation s premier non-profit literary press, Sam Hamill, discussed the press, poetry & the emphasis on translation and how important that is to American culture.

Subject: Kenneth Rexroth & Publishing of Copper Canyon Press
Guest: Sam Hamill
Length: 22:00
Contact: Copper Canyon Press
Date Aired: 8/25/02
Summary: The Founding Editor of the nation s premier non-profit literary press, Sam Hamill, discussed the Port Townsend Writer s Conference and the life & work of Kenneth Rexroth whose Collected poems are to be published by the press.



Northwestern Exposure #305A for 8/18/02 - 54:00 (First aired in June 2000.)

Subject: The World s Most Misunderstood Religion
Guest: Sallie Ann Glassman
Length: 22:00
Contact: http://www.vodou.net or (504) 948-9961
Date Aired: 8/18/02
Summary: Sallie Ann Glassman is a Manbo, or Vodou Priestess. Author of: Vodou Visions: An Encounter with Divine Mystery, she discussed Vodou, its history as a religion created by African slaves, its power and the myths which give it a bad name in her view.

Subject: More Vodou
Guest: Sallie Ann Glassman
Length: 22:00
Contact: http://www.vodou.net or (504) 948-9961
Date Aired: 8/18/02
Summary: Sallie Ann Glassman is a Manbo, or Vodou Priestess. Author of: Vodou Visions: An Encounter with Divine Mystery, she discussed the religion of Vodou, its power as an experiential religion and deities or Lwas such as Ogou and the Bawon.



Northwestern Exposure #380 for 8/11/02 - 57:00

Subject: The Intersection of Jazz, Divinity & Poetry
Guest: Kurt Elling
Length: 22:00
Contact: Kurt Elling
Date Aired: 8/11/02
Summary: Grammy-nominated vocalist Kurt Elling talked about his craft, about Jazz and about the process he uses to write lyrics for the compositions of others, including John Coltrane and the spiritual intent behind the work entitled: Resolution.

Subject: Kurt Elling w/ More on Jazz, Divinity & Poetry
Guest: Kurt Elling
Length: 22:00
Contact: Kurt Elling
Date Aired: 8/11/02
Summary: Grammy-nominated vocalist Kurt Elling talked about his craft, about Jazz and about the influence of some of his predecessors like Mark Murphy.



Northwestern Exposure #344A for 8/4/02 - 58:00

Subject: The Case Against Global Capitalism
Guest: George Draffan
Length: 22:00
Contact: (206) 723-4276 or Public Information Network
Date Aired: 8/4/02
Summary: George Draffan heads the Public Information Network. The organization provides research & training to citizens working for corporate and governmental accountability as well as socially just & ecologically sustainable societies. He discussed how the corporate-controlled media limits debate and the motivation behind the recent protests in Genoa, Italy.

Subject: The Case Against Global Capitalism
Guest: George Draffan
Length: 22:00
Contact: (206) 723-4276 or Public Information Network Public Information Network
Date Aired: 8/4/02
Summary: George Draffan, the head of the Public Information Network, continued his discussion of global capitalism, including its origins, the giveaway of ten percent of the land of the continental U.S. to railroad companies in the 19th Century and how we can limit corporate control.



Northwestern Exposure #357A for 7/28/02 - 58:00

Subject: Helping People with Cancer
Guest: Patrick McGrady
Length: 22:00
Contact: CanHelp
Date Aired: 7/28/02
Summary: Patrick McGrady is a journalist, the son of a Cancer victim and Director of CanHelp, a Cancer Patient advisory service. He discussed how his father's death motivated him to help prevent other people from experiencing the same agony in dealing with large Cancer institutions through the creation of his organization CanHelp as well as how Cancer patients can get the best care.

Subject: Helping People with Cancer, Pt.2
Guest: Patrick McGrady
Length: 22:00
Contact: CanHelp
Date Aired: 7/28/02
Summary: Patrick McGrady is a journalist, the son of a cancer victim and Director of CanHelp, a cancer patient advisory service. He discussed his organization, his notion of a Cancer Patient's Bill of Rights and how Cancer survivors are left with a better appreciation of life.



Northwestern Exposure #362A for 7/21/02 - 58:00

Subject: Redefining Security
Guest: Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll (Retired)
Length: 22:00
Contact: Center for Defense Information
Date Aired: 7/21/02
Summary: Eugene Carroll is a retired Rear Admiral with the U.S. Navy. The first naval officer to serve as Director of U.S. military operations for all U.S. forces in Europe and in the Middle East, he is Vice President Emeritus of the Center for Defense Information, a Defense policy think tank that operates in total independence from vested interests. He discussed the organization, the change of perspective he had regarding the efficacy of violence & other topics.

Subject: Redefining Security, Part II
Guest: Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll (Retired)
Length: 22:00
Contact: Center for Defense Information
Date Aired: 7/21/02
Summary: Eugene Carroll is a retired Rear Admiral with the U.S. Navy and Vice President Emeritus of the Center For Defense Information. He continued his discussion of American security, how he defines that term and his view on how Bush Administration policies, like the abrogation of the ABM treaty, are not in the best interests of the American people.



Northwestern Exposure #379 for 7/14/02 - 58:00

Subject: Reinventing Culture through Recognition of Archetypes
Guest: Skye Burn
Length: 22:00
Contact: 360.527.3006 or Email Skye
Date Aired: 7/14/02
Summary: Artist and dream analyst Skye Burn discussed her experience as a dream analyst and how she helps artists recognize patterns called: archetypes in their own psyche and that of the culture, and use that information to help reinvent their lives and the culture.

Subject: More Cultural Reinvention through Archetypal Recognition
Guest: Skye Burn
Length: 22:00
Contact: 360.527.3006 or Email Skye
Date Aired: 7/14/02
Summary: Artist and dream analyst Skye Burn continued her discussion of dream analysis and how she helps artists recognize archetypal patterns in their own psyche and that of the culture.



Northwestern Exposure #378 for 7/7/02 - 57:00

Subject: The Tibetan Art of Living
Guest: Christopher Hansard
Length: 22:00
Contact: The Tibetan Art of Living and Eden Medical Centre
Date Aired: 7/7/02
Summary: A Tibetan Bon Healing Master, trained from age 4 in that science, Christopher Hansard discussed the Bon healing tradition, how he was chosen to be a healer in this tradition and other items from his book The Tibetan Art of Living.

Subject: The Tibetan Art of Living, Part II
Guest: Christopher Hansard
Length: 22:00
Contact: The Tibetan Art of Living and Eden Medical Centre
Date Aired: 7/7/02
Summary: A Tibetan Bon Healing Master, Christopher Hansard, continued his discussion of the philosophy of the Bon healing tradition, including how to help a dying person make a better exit to the next realm, and other items from his book The Tibetan Art of Living.



Northwestern Exposure #377 for 6/30/02 - 57:00

Subject: Local Security Through a Living Economy
Guests: Victor Bremson & Rebecca Sandel
Length: 22:00
Contact: Living Economies
Victor's Email

Rebecca's Email
The People-Centered Development Forum
Date Aired: 6/30/02
Summary: Former corporate consultant Victor Bremson and Rebecca Sandel, a grad student in Whole Systems Design at Antioch University discussed the notion of how our current economic system is a suicide economy because of its effect on the environment, people s spirits and other aspects of life and the notion of what they call A Living Economy.

Subject: Local Security Through a Living Economy, Part II
Guests: Victor Bremson & Rebecca Sandel
Length: 22:00
Contact: Living Economies
Victor's Email

Rebecca's Email
The People-Centered Development Forum
Date Aired: 6/30/02
Summary: Former corporate consultant Victor Bremson and Rebecca Sandel, continued our discussion of the emergence of aspects of a Living Economy, citing cooperatives like REI and the Green Bay Packers as examples.



Northwestern Exposure #376 for 6/23/02 - 57:00

Subject: Emotion Literacy
Guest: Pamela Sackett
Length: 22:00
Contact: Emotion Literacy Advocates
Date Aired: 6/23/02
Summary: Pamela Sackett is a playwright, poet & teaching artist, as well as founder of Emotion Literacy Advocates, a non-profit community service that promotes better communication by building awareness of the relationship between language and emotions through the arts. She discussed Emotion Literacy & situations in which it manifests, like Road Rage.

Subject: Emotion Literacy, Part II
Guest: Pamela Sackett
Length: 22:00
Contact: Emotion Literacy Advocates
Date Aired: 6/23/02
Summary: Pamela Sackett is a playwright, poet & teaching artist, as well as founder of Emotion Literacy Advocates. She discussed the concept on which her non-profit organization is based and presented another episode of Emotion Literacy School on the Air to illustrate the concept of emotion literacy.



Northwestern Exposure #375 for 6/16/02 - 57:00

Subject: America s Food Experiment: Genetic Engineering
Guest: Kathy Hart
Length: 22:00
Contact: Eating in The Dark
Date Aired: 6/16/02
Summary: Kathleen Hart has covered agriculture and biotech for Food Chemical News and is author of: Eating in the Dark: America s Experiment with Genetically-Engineered Food. She discussed the advent of this technology, European opposition and how it got onto American grocery store shelves without consumer knowledge, approval and without mammal testing.

Subject: America s Food Experiment: Genetic Engineering, Part II
Guest: Kathy Hart
Length: 22:00
Contact: Eating in The Dark
Date Aired: 6/16/02
Summary: Kathleen Hart has covered agriculture and biotech for Food Chemical News and is author of: Eating in the Dark: America s Experiment with Genetically-Engineered Food. She continued her discussion of this new food technology and some of the more troubling ramifications like the advent of superweeds, allergic reactions and the Starlink Corn controversy.



Northwestern Exposure #315A for 6/9/02 First Broadcast in October 2000 - 52:00

Subject: Contrasting Mexican & U.S. Culture
Guest: Maria Amparo Escandon
Length: 22:00
Contact: Maria Amparo Escandon
Date Aired: 6/9/02
Summary: Maria Amparo Escandon was born in Mexico, lives in L.A. & teaches writing through the UCLA Extension service. She discussed the school of art known as magic realism & the differences between U.S. and Mexican culture as seen through her novel Esperanza's Box of Saints.

Subject: Contemporary Mexican Spirituality
Guest: Maria Amparo Escandon
Length: 22:00
Contact: Maria Amparo Escandon
Date Aired: 6/9/02
Summary: Maria Amparo Escandon was born in Mexico, lives in L.A. & teaches writing through the UCLA Extension service. She discussed contemporary Mexican spirituality as seen through her novel Esperanza's Box of Saints.



Northwestern Exposure #374 for 6/2/02 - 54:00

Subject: A Cultural Creative Women s Network
Guests: Casey Cram & Stefani Quane
Length: 22:00
Contact: Verve Network or (206) 459-2556 LawLady or (206) 932-9699
Date Aired: 6/2/02
Summary: Casey Cram is the Founder of Verve: A Women s Network, a community-based organization supporting cultural creative and entrepreneurial women striving to live integrated, authentic lives. Stefani Quane, Lawlady, is an holistic attorney bringing light to the dark industry of divorce. They discussed the Cultural Creative movement and the Verve Network.

Subject: More on a Cultural Creative Women s Network
Guests: Casey Cram & Stefani Quane
Length: 22:00
Contact: Verve Network or (206) 459-2556 LawLady or (206) 932-9699
Date Aired: 6/2/02
Summary: Casey Cram is the Founder of Verve: A Women s Network, a community-based organization supporting cultural creative and entrepreneurial women. Stefani Quane, Lawlady, is an holistic attorney. They continued their discussion of the Verve Network, the Cultural Creative movement and how that movement s emphasis on a partnership ethos is beginning to manifest in the legal profession w/ collaborative law and restorative justice, among other trends



Northwestern Exposure #373 for 5/25/02 - 54:00

Subject: Parent Coaching & a Systems Approach to Parenting
Guests: Gloria De Gaetano & Lynn Faherty
Length: 22:00
Contact: PCI or (425) 401-1519
Date Aired: 5/25/02
Summary: Gloria De Gaetano, a media literacy activist, author and Founder of the Parent Coaching Institute and Lynn Faherty, a Parent Coach Trainer, discussed the Institute, its mission and the some of the techniques used to help parents restore the sacredness of parenthood.

Subject: More on a Systems Approach to Parenting
Guests: Gloria De Gaetano & Lynn Faherty
Length: 22:00
Contact: PCI or (425) 401-1519
Date Aired: 5/25/02
Summary: Gloria De Gaetano, a media literacy activist, author and Founder of the Parent Coaching Institute and Lynn Faherty, a Parent Coach Trainer, discussed the Institute, its mission and the some of the techniques used to help parents restore the sacredness of parenthood.



Northwestern Exposure #372 for 5/18/02 - 56:00

Subject: Reforming Drug Laws
Guests: Roger Goodman & Andy Ko
Length: 22:00
Contact: Drug Policy Drug War Facts King County Bar Association ACLU of WA
Date Aired: 5/18/02
Summary: Roger Goodman and Andy Ko are lawyers who direct the Drug Policy projects of their respective organizations. They discussed their organizations, their stands on drug policy and the recent legislation passed by the Washington State Legislature that begins to send drug abusers into treatment rather than incarceration.

Subject: Reforming Drug Laws (Moving to Treatment Rather than Jail)
Guests: Roger Goodman & Andy Ko
Length: 22:00
Contact: Drug Policy Drug War Facts King County Bar Association ACLU of WA
Date Aired: 5/18/02
Summary: Roger Goodman and Andy Ko are lawyers who direct the Drug Policy projects of their respective organizations. They the history of American drug policy, the recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in direct opposition of a vote by the people of California and the emerging effort to send drug abusers into treatment rather than incarceration.



Northwestern Exposure #371 for 5/11/02 - 56:00

Subject: Oppositional Poetics & the Ascendant Feminine
Guest: Anne Waldman
Length: 22:00
Contact:
Date Aired: 5/11/02
Summary: Anne Waldman, the internationally-known poet/teacher/editor and co-founder of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University is the author/editor of: Vow to Poetry: Essays, Interviews and Manifestos. She discussed the notion of oppositional poetics in a time of war, how she sees the ascendant of the feminine in our culture & other notions from the new book.

Subject: More Oppositional Poetics
Guest: Anne Waldman
Length: 22:00
Contact:

Date Aired: 5/11/02
Summary: Anne Waldman, the internationally-known poet/teacher/editor and co-founder of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University is the author/editor of: Vow to Poetry: Essays, Interviews and Manifestos. She continued her discussion of activism through poetry and she read some of her work, including a piece for Allen Ginsberg.



Northwestern Exposure #370 for 5/4/02 - 56:30

Subject: Renouncing the ABM Treaty
Guest: John B. Rhinelander
Length: 22:00
Contact:
Arms Control and World Affairs Council
Date Aired: 5/4/02
Summary: John B. Rhinelander, a lawyer, former government official, teacher and businessman is Vice Chairman of the Arms Control Association (ACA); and a member of the Board of Directors of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security (LAWS). He discussed the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, the history of it, including his participation as legal advisor and the recent U.S. decision to withdraw from the treaty.

Subject: Renouncing the ABM Treaty, Part II
Guest: John B. Rhinelander
Length: 22:00
Contact: Arms Control and World Affairs Council
Date Aired: 5/4/02
Summary: John B. Rhinelander, Vice Chairman of the Arms Control Association (ACA); and a member of the Board of Directors of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security (LAWS) discussed the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, the response of American s European allies and his feeling that such actions make American citizens less secure.



Northwestern Exposure #369 for 4/28/02 - 56:30

Subject: War as seen through Lincoln s 2nd Inaugural
Guest: Ron White
Length: 22:00
Contact: na.
Date Aired: 4/28/02
Summary: Ron White is author of 5 books and is dean and professor of American Religious History at San Francisco Theological Seminary. He discussed Abraham Lincoln s 2nd Inaugural Address, how Lincoln did not met popular expectations with the speech and other historical aspects.

Subject: War as seen through Lincoln s 2nd Inaugural, pt 2
Guest: Ron White
Length: 22:00
Contact: na.
Date Aired: 4/28/02
Summary: Ron White is author of 5 books and is dean and professor of American Religious History at San Francisco Theological Seminary. He discussed Abraham Lincoln s 2nd Inaugural Address, how Lincoln s integrity gave him persuasive power and spiritual aspects of Lincoln and the address.



Northwestern Exposure #368 for 4/21/02 - 56:30

Subject: The American Poetry of Eileen Myles
Guest: Eileen Myles
Length: 22:00
Contact: The Northwest SPokenword LAB
Date Aired: 4/21/02
Summary: Eileen Myles ran New York City s Saint Mark's Poetry Project in 1984-86. She's written plays, short stories (Chelsea Girls -1994) & several books of poems including Skies (2001). She discussed the politics of gender issues, her friendship with Allen Ginsberg, how poetry is an antidote to the inundation of advertising in our culture and she shared her own work.

Subject: The American Poetry of Eileen Myles, Part Two
Guest: Eileen Myles
Length: 22:00
Contact: The Northwest SPokenword LAB
Date Aired: 4/21/02
Summary: Eileen Myles has written two plays, a book of short stories (Chelsea Girls - 94) and several books of poems including Skies ( 01). She discussed how her sexual orientation led to a bout with alcoholism, the performance scene in New York City in the 1980 s and the outrider school of American poetry, which includes W.C. Williams & Walt Whitman.



Northwestern Exposure #357A for 4/14/02 - 52:00 Archive Edition from November 2001

Subject: Helping People with Cancer
Guest: Patrick McGrady
Length: 22:00
Contact: CanHelp
Date Aired: 4/14/02
Summary: Patrick McGrady is a journalist, the son of a Cancer victim and Director of CanHelp, a Cancer Patient advisory service. He discussed how his father's death motivated him to help prevent other people from experiencing the same agony in dealing with large Cancer institutions through the creation of his organization CanHelp as well as how Cancer patients can get the best care.

Subject: Helping People with Cancer, Pt.2
Guest: Patrick McGrady
Length: 22:00
Contact: CanHelp
Date Aired: 4/14/02
Summary: Patrick McGrady is a journalist, the son of a cancer victim and Director of CanHelp, a cancer patient advisory service. He discussed his organization, his notion of a Cancer Patient's Bill of Rights and how Cancer survivors are left with a better appreciation of life.



Northwestern Exposure #248A for 4/7/02 - 52:00 Archive Edition from April 1999

Subject: Alchemy for Personal Transformation
Guest: Dennis William Hauck
Length: 21:00
Contact: Alchemy Lab
Date Aired: 4/7/02
Summary: Dennis William Hauck is an internationally-known authority on spiritual and mystical experiences. One of the world's few practicing alchemists, he is a member of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, the Institute for Noetic Sciences and and author of: "The Emerald Tablet: Alchemy for Personal Transformation." He discussed the history of alchemy and the seven stages of alchemical transformation.

Subject: More Alchemy for Personal Transformation
Guest: Dennis William Hauck
Length: 21:00
Contact: Alchemy Lab
Date Aired: 4/7/02
Summary: Dennis William Hauck is an internationally-known authority on spiritual and mystical experiences. One of the world's few practicing alchemists, he is a member of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, the Institute for Noetic Sciences and author of: "The Emerald Tablet: Alchemy for Personal Transformation." In the second part of a two part interview he discussed the Hermetic link to the Tarot Cards, the founding fathers link to Hermetic Wisdom and how we are entering an age of planetary coagulation.



Northwestern Exposure #307A for 3/31/02 - 58:00 Archive Edition from July 2000

Subject: Our Time of Whole System Transition
Guest: Jean Houston
Length: 22:00
Contact: Jean Houston
Date Aired: 3/31/02
Summary: Jean Houston, best-selling author, internationally-renowned scholar, philosopher & teacher, is the Co-Director of the Foundation for Mind Research in Ashland, Oregon. A consultant to UNICEF & other international agencies, she discussed Jump Time: Shaping our Future in a World of Radical Change, the time of transition we live in and how the tide is turning toward a feminine, whole-systems model to life.

Subject: More on Jump Time, Whole System Transition
Guest: Jean Houston
Length: 22:00
Contact: Jean Houston
Date Aired: 3/31/02
Summary: Jean Houston, best-selling author, internationally-renowned scholar, philosopher & teacher, is Co-Director of the Foundation for Mind Research in Ashland, Oregon. She continued her discussion of Jump Time: Shaping our Future in a World of Radical Change, touting the evidence suggesting a cultural paradigm shift is in full gear with examples including the new trend toward "interiority" created by Internet use.



Northwestern Exposure #281A for 3/24/02 - 58:00

Subject: The Source of Teen Violence
Guest: Gloria DeGaetano
Length: 23:00
Contact: (206) 654-2994 or Grow Smart Brains
Date Aired: 3/24/02
Summary: Gloria DeGaetano is a former teacher and current media literacy activist and author. Her new book is entitled; Stop Teaching Our Kids To Kill: A Call to Action Against TV, Movie and Video Game Violence. By citing numerous studies, she discussed TV s de-evolution through the violence formula of attracting viewers and how children are affected and how some eventually become violent.

Subject: The Source of Teen Violence
Guest: Gloria DeGaetano
Length: 22:00
Contact: (206) 654-2994 or Grow Smart Brains
Date Aired: 3/24/02
Summary: Gloria DeGaetano is a former teacher and current media literacy activist and author. Her new book is entitled; Stop Teaching Our Kids To Kill: A Call to Action Against TV, Movie and Video Game Violence. By citing numerous studies, she continued her discussion of how violence on TV and violent video games prepare children to act out violently and how literacy is the antidote.



Northwestern Exposure #367 for 3/17/02 - 57:00

Subject: Preserving the Shuswap Tribal Culture
Guests: Nicole Manuel and Dave Harrison
Length: 22:00
Contact: Shuswap Tribe or (250) 679-3295 or Puget Sound Community School
Date Aired: 3/17/02
Summary: Nicole Manuel of the Shuswap Tribe in Central British Columbia, Canada and Dave Harrison, of the Puget Sound Community School, discussed the proposed expansion of a ski resort on tribal land and how it would threaten traditional tribal ways.

Subject: Preserving the Shuswap Tribal Culture, Part 2
Guests: Nicole Manuel and Dave Harrison
Length: 22:00
Contact: Shuswap Tribe or (250) 679-3295 or Puget Sound Community School
Date Aired: 3/17/02
Summary: Nicole Manuel of the Shuswap Tribe in Central British Columbia, Canada and Dave Harrison, of the Puget Sound Community School, continued their discussion of the proposed expansion of a ski resort on tribal land and the non-violent tribal effort to prevent it.



Northwestern Exposure #366 for 3/10/02 - 55:00

Subject: The Roots of Hunger: Reinventing Democracy & Capitalism
Guests: Frances Moore Lappe & Anna Lappe
Length: 22:00
Contact: Diet For a Small Planet
Date Aired: 3/10/02
Summary: In a sequel to her landmark book on food and hunger issues, Diet For a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappe co-wrote, with her daughter Anna, Hope s Edge: The Next Diet for a Small Planet. They discussed their travels to five continents to investigate anti-hunger activism and its root causes.

Subject: Roots of Hunger: Reinventing Democracy & Capitalism Pt. 2
Guests: Frances Moore Lappe & Anna Lappe
Length: 22:00
Contact: Diet For a Small Planet
Date Aired: 3/10/02
Summary: The co-authors of Hope s Edge: The Next Diet For a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappe and daughter Anna, continued their discussion on food, anti-hunger activism and its root causes and projects designed to change systems that prevent people from eating healthy food regularly.



Northwestern Exposure #150A for 3/3/02 (First Broadcast in June of 1996) - 55:00

Subject: The Healing Power of Story, Part Two
Guest: Erica Helm Meade
Length: 21:30
Contact: (206) 463-9387
Date Aired: 3/3/02 Summary: Ms. Meade is a therapist, author and story-teller. She discussed the healing power of story, how to incorporate lessons from stories and experiences into one's life and she also shared a story.

Subject: Grass Roots Activism
Guest: George Lakey
Length: 22:00
Contact: N.A.
Date Aired: 3/3/02
Summary: Mr. Lakey is an activist, teacher, workshop facilitator and co-author of: "Grass Roots and Non-Profit Leadership: A Guide for Organizations in Changing Times." He discussed his book, his personal activism, the work of non-profit organizations and common obstacles to success for such organizations.



Northwestern Exposure #149A for 2/24/02 (First Broadcast in June of 1996) - 55:00

Subject: The Healing Power of Story
Guest: Erica Helm Meade
Length: 21:30
Contact: (206) 463-9387
Date Aired: 2/24/02
Summary: Ms. Meade is a therapist, author and story-teller. She discussed the spoken word renaissance in the Northwest, the healing power of story and the role of art in a dynamic society.

Subject: Cathedrals of Nature
Guest: Terry McLuhan
Length: 22:30
Contact: N.A.
Date Aired: 2/24/02
Summary: Ms. McCluhan is an award-winning film-maker and author of: "Cathedrals of the Spirit: The Message of Sacred Places." She discussed her book which relates stories of many significant thinkers of our time including Einstein, Jung and others, their relationship to nature and transcendent experiences they have had due to nature.



Northwestern Exposure #275A for 2/17/02 - 55:00

Subject: The Scientific Basis for Understanding Animal Telepathy
Guest: Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Ruper Sheldrake
Date Aired: 2/17/02
Summary: Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D. is a renowned scientist who studied natural sciences at Cambridge and philosophy at Harvard. He holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Cambridge and was a Fellow at Clare College, Cambridge. He is the author of several books, including "Dogs That Know When Their Owners are Coming Home: and other unexplained powers of animals." He discussed his research into the phenomenon of animal telepathy.

Subject: More on Science of Understanding Animal Telepathy
Guest: Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Ruper Sheldrake
Date Aired: 2/17/02
Summary: Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D. is a renowned scientist who studied natural sciences at Cambridge and philosophy at Harvard. He holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Cambridge and was a Fellow at Clare College, Cambridge. He is the author of several books, including "Dogs That Know When Their Owners are Coming Home: and other unexplained powers of animals." He discussed his research into the phenomenon of animal telepathy and his theory of how it is done through morphic fields.



Northwestern Exposure #365 for 2/10/02 - 55:00

Subject: Education Reform
Guests: Gary Phillips, Ph.E.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Gary Phillips.com or 866.666.6423
Date Aired: 2/10/02
Summary: Gary Phillips has over 40 years of professional education experience, including positions in teaching, research and administration. An author of eleven books and President of the National School Improvement Project, he discussed the recent Education reform bill and how the emphasis on standardized testing is limited.

Subject: Education Reform continued
Guests: Gary Phillips, Ph.E.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Gary Phillips.com or 866.666.6423
Date Aired: 2/10/02
Summary: Educator Gary Phillips has had positions in teaching, research and administration. An author of eleven books and President of the National School Improvement Project, he discussed the shift in culture from a Duty culture, to a Sensate culture to today s Synergistic culture and how our education system fails students by using methods don t pertain to current youth culture.



Northwestern Exposure #364 for 2/3/02 - 55:00

Subject: Social Movements of the Late 20th Century
Guests: Bill Moyer, Mary Lou Finley, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Doing Democracy or phone Bill Moyer 415.387.3361, Mary Lou Finley 206.268.4400
Date Aired: 2/3/02
Summary: Bill Moyer is an organizer, writer, educator, consultant, workshop leader, trainer on nonviolent social movements and personal development and currently serves as Executive Director of the Social Movement Empowerment Project. Dr. Mary Lou Finley is on the faculty of Antioch University Seattle s Liberal Studies Program. Among the authors of Doing Democracy: The MAP Model for Organizing Social Movements, they discussed such movements.

Subject: Social Movements of the Late 20th Century, Part II
Guests: Bill Moyer, Mary Lou Finley, Ph.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Doing Democracy or phone Bill Moyer 415.387.3361, Mary Lou Finley 206.268.4400
Date Aired: 2/3/02
Summary: Bill Moyer is an organizer, writer, educator, and Executive Director of the Social Movement Empowerment Project. Dr. Mary Lou Finley is on the faculty of Antioch University Seattle s Liberal Studies Program. They discussed stages of social movements and how corporate media seeks to paint such movements in a negative light.



Northwestern Exposure #363 for 1/27/02 - 55:00

Subject: Describing the Path of Enlightenment
Guests: Robert Ullman, N.D. & Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, N.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: MysticsMasters.com
Date Aired: 1/27/02
Summary: This couple, both Naturopathic Doctors, are co-authors of a look at 34 enlightened individuals who became so during their lifetime and were not born that way. They discussed Mystics, Maters, Saints & Sages: Stories of Enlightenment, discussed their decision to branch out of books on medicine and defined the term enlightenment as used in the book.

Subject: Describing the Path of Enlightenment, part 2
Guests: Robert Ullman, N.D. & Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, N.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: MysticsMasters.com
Date Aired: 1/27/02
Summary: The co-authors of a look at 34 enlightened individuals published in the book: Mystics, Maters, Saints & Sages: Stories of Enlightenment, discussed Rumi, Lester Levenson and other individuals profiled in the book.



Northwestern Exposure #273A for 1/20/02 - 55:00 (Archived from October '99.)

Subject: Non-Local Mind and the New Era in Medicine
Guest: Larry Dossey, M.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Larry Dossey or ISSC
Date Aired: 1/20/02
Summary: Dr. Larry Dossey graduated with honors from the U of Texas at Austin, earned his medical degree at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, was decorated for valor for his service as a battalion surgeon in Vietnam and is author of: "Reinventing Medicine: Beyond Mind-Body to a New Era in Healing." He discussed the new era and the prime component, non-local mind, the notion that the mind is not restricted to the brain or body it resides in.

Subject: Non-Local Mind and the New Era in Medicine, Part Two
Guest: Larry Dossey, M.D.
Length: 22:00
Contact: Larry Dossey or ISSC
Date Aired: 1/20/02
Summary: Dr. Larry Dossey graduated with honors from the U of Texas at Austin, earned his medical degree at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, was decorated for valor for his service as a battalion surgeon in Vietnam and is author of: "Reinventing Medicine: Beyond Mind-Body to a New Era in Healing." He discussed the new era, the notion of non-local mind and his vision of a National Dream Team, a team of people proficient in dreaming who would help find solutions for national concerns.



Northwestern Exposure #320A for 1/13/02 - 56:00 (Archived from November '00.)

Subject: Writing as Feedback System to Aid Individuation
Guest: Wanda Coleman
Length: 22:00
Contact: Black Sparrow Press
Date Aired: 1/13/02
Summary: Wanda Coleman, award-winning poet, author and former script-writer discussed how she used the riotous energies in Los Angeles after the 1965 Watts rebellion to enhance her own individuation and other aspects of her writing career, including her process.

Subject: More with Wanda Coleman
Guest: Wanda Coleman
Length: 22:00
Contact: Black Sparrow Press
Date Aired: 1/13/02
Summary: Award-winning poet Wanda Coleman, who has also written a novel and many scripts for television discussed her influences, including Robert Duncan and Walt Whitman, as well as her feeling that this country is upside down when it comes to the treatment of artists and art funding.



Northwestern Exposure #362 for 1/06/02 - 57:00

Subject: Redefining Security
Guest: Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll (Retired)
Length: 22:00
Contact: Center for Defense Information
Date Aired: 1/06/02
Summary: Eugene Carroll is a retired Rear Admiral with the U.S. Navy. The first naval officer to serve as Director of U.S. military operations for all U.S. forces in Europe and in the Middle East, he is Vice President Emeritus of the Center for Defense Information, a Defense policy think tank that operates in total independence from vested interests. He discussed the organization, the change of perspective he had regarding the efficacy of violence & other topics.

Subject: Redefining Security, Part II
Guest: Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll (Retired)
Length: 22:00
Contact: Center for Defense Information
Date Aired: 1/06/02
Summary: Eugene Carroll is a retired Rear Admiral with the U.S. Navy and Vice President Emeritus of the Center For Defense Information. He continued his discussion of American security, how he defines that term and his view on how Bush Administration policies, like the abrogation of the ABM treaty, are not in the best interests of the American people.