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GRC 13 Portland OR 7/27/08
Jesus Kobe, artist and media activist, Oaxaca, Mexico
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July 31, 2008, 8:25 p.m.
Jesus Kobe of Oaxaca, Mexico and translator Kate Sherman on communicating and organizing while being oppressed and under occupation. Kobe began his career as a visual artist nine years ago. He studied art in the Rufino Tamayo School and Bellas Artes. In 2006, he moved to Portland, Oregon and is currently working on several community projects.
Conference: KBOO-FM, Portland, KPCN-LPFM, Woodburn
Recordist: Dave Goodman, Independent Broadcast Information Service
Recorded in Great Room of Native American Student and Community Center, Portland State University

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