All episodes of the podcast are now available!
All other programming is canceled for the duration of the teach-in. This teach-in is done each year in the space of regularly scheduled programming to highlight the fact that most voices we view as “regular” in our programming, including in XRAY’s as a member of the media industry, is masculine and often holding many additional privileged identities.
Waited to shop for the holidays? At a loss of where to find the perfect gift, activity, or way to give back? XRAY’s Annual Eat Drink, & Buy Local Guide is here!
Dear XRAY Community, Today is the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder by the Minneapolis police—this avoidable tragedy set in motion … More
When we first held an International Women’s Day Teach In 2018, the incredible women of XRAY wanted to take over … More
A Portlander shares their perspective on the November 3rd Unity March. Protestors held an Election Night March yesterday while close … More
You may have heard that, in celebration of Juneteenth, XRAY.fm & The Numberz.fm put out an open call offering free radio spots for Black-owned businesses and organizations in the Portland metro area. We had an incredible response, so we decided to make a directory of those businesses that we’re currently celebrating on our airwaves so our listeners could find them all in one place.
Know what’s on the table, how to push for change, and what’s happening in the pending 2nd special session.
XRAY & The Numberz’ 4th Annual On Air Juneteenth Teach-In came at a time when the world was finally looking in to the day-to-day realities of Black Americans.
Portland’s city council still plans to vote on its facial recognition ban. Here’s what you need to know about the controversial technology and how it’s already being used.