Desiree Hellegers

Desiree Hellegers affiliated faculty with the Collective for Social and Environmental Justice (CSEJ) at WSU Vancouver; director of The Thin Green Line is People History Project and a member/producer with the Old Mole Variety Hour on Portland’s KBOO Radio. Their serialized solo play “How I Learned to Breathe thru the Apocalypse” is airing on Portland’s Open Signal cable television. Their personal website

Catechism Follows Recess

“Déjà vu and White Noise Over Gaza” or “Who Would Howard Zinn Bomb”?

My (Imaginary) Commencement Address

Portland, Oregon at the Crossroads 

Victor Jara’s Hands: An Anti-Fascist Memoir-festo and Brief Personal History of Neoliberalism

Why I Hate Mad Men  

Koan: In Memory of Thích Quảng Đức

Of Scrooges, and Sweeps, Body Snatching and Death on the Street: A Christmas Carol in Portlandia

“Unnatural Causes”: Health Takes a Hit in Portland, Oregon

Transit Riders Unions vs. Climate Change, White Supremacy and Disaster Capitalism

Climate Change Catch 22: It’s Official–the U.S. Military Poses a Significant Threat to the U.S. Military

“Energy Without Injury”: From Redwood Summer to Break Free via Occupy Wall Street

Trade Wars: Monsanto’s Return to Vietnam

Portland Versus the FBI