Saturday, November 12, 2011

Podcast Episode 10: The Occupy Movement

Photo Credit: Jen Palacio 2011
On this episode of the There is No Spoon show, we discuss the Occupy movement, which has spread from Occupy Wall Street to hundreds of towns and cities across the United States and the world in the past 1.5 months. Topics include: our own experiences with Occupy, police brutality at the protests, the movement's messages, macro and micro level impacts, and discussions about the movement's next steps. Hosted by Fouad Pervez, the No Spoon team of Joe Soler, Reggie Miller, Junaid Ahmad (joining us from Lahore), and Shahid Buttar (joining us from Oakland on the night of extreme police violence) welcome guests Al Butler and Annabel Park to the episode. Al is the host of the "Al B! in the Afternoon" radio talk show on WURD in Philadelphia, and Annabel is a founder and coordinator of the Coffee Party, an alternative to the Tea Party.

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1 comment:

Bankruptcy Attorney Chicago Law Office of Lorraine Greenberg said...

If Obama thought a coerced confession and a call to war with Iran was going to get the American people to abandon their fight against fascism, salute the flag, and throw their money and their childrens' lives onto the bayonets of yet another of Israel's many enemies, he was tragically mistaken.