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David Geitgey Sierralupe and Rivera Sun

Occupy Radio is a weekly radio program on current news and politics co-hosted by David Geitgey Sierralupe and Rivera Sun. The show airs through the Pacifica Radio Network and also comes out on podcast. Please visit www.occupyradio.org for current shows, articles, and more!



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Occupy Radio expands to 90 minutes as the student radio staff leaves for the Summer. Stephen Hawkings reads comedy. Joe joins the Police Commission Security is high for the Olympic Track and Field trials at the University of Oregon.  Patch of Occupy Fresno: Still Occupying. 
Topics: Olympic track & field trials, occupy fresno, security culture, unhoused
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Sue Sierralupe talks about Occupy Medical Thomas Ferguson: Executive Director, Roosevelt Institute: Economies of Politics
Topics: Occupy Medical, Thomas Ferguson, Roosevelt Institute
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Peace is a language our nation doesn't speak very well, Occupiers, so this week on Occupy Radio, we'll talk with Kristin Christman, the author of Taxonomy of Peace, and find some language and concepts for this unknown landscape of peace. Also, Nickie Sekera, a water activist from Maine, shares a story of the Penobscot Nation's struggle to protect the Penobscot River from pollutants and pipelines. Paradigm for Peace https://sites.google.com/site/paradigmforpeace/ Community Water Justice on...
Topics: kristin christman, nicki sekera, community water justice, taxonomy of peace, paradigm for peace
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Police State stuff, Getch sings Elvis. Sue Sierralupe of Occupy Medical. Martial law stuff. Patriot Act.  Executive Order: "Occupy Law"
Topics: police state, elvis, patriot act, martial law, "occupy law"
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Stephen Hawking reads the Declaration of Independence Michael Klare: Professor Hampshire College Peace & World Security Studies; B.o.D. Human Rights Watch, and the Arms Control Assoc.
Topics: declaration of independence, michael klare
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Americans have a dizzying array of supermarket choices. But instead of healthy competition, more than half of everything in our grocery carts come from just four mega corporations.  Rivera Sun and I talk with Wenonah Hauter, the author of Foodopoly,  about how the giants of the food industry choke off competition, and lower food quality, this week on Occupy Radio.  http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/ http://www.foodopoly.org/
Topics: wenona hauter, foodopoly, foodandwaterwatch
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Now that the Democrats and Republicans have merged into one corporate party, the United States needs a loyal opposition. The Tea Party was promising, but it took the corporate buy-out, and the Libertarians are pro-corporate at their core.  As the President of the Green Shadow Cabinet, Jill Stein, leads the declared opposition. She joins Rivera Sun, and Getch, talking about the Global Climate Convergence, and grass roots action, this week on Occupy Radio.  http://globalclimateconvergence.org/...
Topics: jill stein, 2012 green party presidential candidate, jill stein 2012, green shadow cabinet
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It's beginning to sound like Occupiers and activists are fighting the power without their best tool. Music has always been an activist's best weapon, but, other than drums, music is largely missing from today's actions.    Rivera Sun and Getch speak with Ysaye Barnwell, formerly of Sweet Honey in the Rock about music and activist culture, this week on Occupy Radio.    Ysaye's website and bio:   http://www.ymbarnwell.com/   http://www.ymbarnwell.com/about.php Sweet Honey in the Rock bids...
Topics: ysaye barnwell, sweet honey in the rock
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The American dream used to include a home for everyone, Occupiers. That's no longer true as low-wage workers get crowded out of housing and opportunities. With the highest rent in the state, Santa-Fe, New Mexico is taking steps to address this issue. Tomas Rivera explains the potential impact of Santa Fe's groundbreaking move to embrace a Resident's Bill of Rights. Meanwhile, Houston, Texas is the last major American city to incorporate civil protections for age, race, gender, disability,...
Topics: chainbreaker collective, houston's equal rights ordinance, HERO human rights
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Will Potter "Green is the New Red" Lauren Regan Civil Liberties Defense Center
Topics: Will potter, lauren regan, cldc, green is the new red, civil liberties defense center
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Mike Feder of Occupied Territory America Aaron Spears of Mic Check Radio
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Occupy Radio: First Nations’ Impact Canada’s Elections, Increase Focus on Murdered and Missing Women 11/17/2015   Download this episode from Podomatic Occupy Radio listeners are in for a sneak preview of Love (and revolution) Radio this week as Sherri Mitchell joins us to interview our guests on the impact of the recent Canadian elections on Indigenous Nations. Also as the struggle to stop the Trans Pacific Partnership heats up and citizens take to the DC streets in protest the question of...
Topics: missing and murdered indigenous women, canadian federal election, Flush the TPP, #flushthetpp
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Last week, in a small town in the Ozarks, the Ku Klux Klan's Soldiers of the Cross Training Institute, was open for business. White supremacists age 16 and up spent a week learning about "Establishing White Consciousness in a Modern Society," while training to join the New Crusade for race, faith and homeland.  That was the last straw for Meredith Martin Motes, and Rachael Reynolds Luster. They join Occupy Radio this week to amplify their call to challenge racist attitudes in...
Topics: flood the system, #floodthesystem, rising tide, ku klux klan camp, racism, soldiers of the cross
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The Occupy Movement went from back page to front page news when the NYPD turned violent. The ju-jitzu of non-violence uses the oppressive response of a state or corporation as a tool to gain popular support. As police forces become militarized globally, non-violent resistance has risen to meet the challenge. Rivera Sun co-hosts and George Lakey sits-in. We discuss the growing, international living revolution, this week, on Occupy Radio. http://wagingnonviolence.org/...
Topics: george lakey, waging nonviolence
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Salt, spinning wheels, citizen media, local food, and the human image, Occupiers . . . we're talking about constructive programs for contemporary movements this week on Occupy Radio. Join Stephanie Van Hook and Michael Nagler of the Metta Center for Nonviolence as we dive into this often-overlooked, but essential component of making powerful change in the world. The Metta Center for Nonviolence http://mettacenter.org/
Topics: metta center for nonviolence, dr. michael nagler, stephanie van hook, constructive programme
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March Against Monsanto  Alexis Baden Mayer Mary Beth Williams
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United States faced an engineered fiscal cliff in December 2012. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_fiscal_cliff Downtown Eugene had some trouble as well.  Sarah Anderson: Institute for Policy Studies' Global Economy Project Michael Perelman, Economics Professor Chico State, author "Invisible Handcuffs of Capitalism"  
Topics: fiscal cliff, michael perelman, invisible handcuffs of capitalism, sarah andersen, institute for...
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Dodging bullets and stopping wars, Linda Sartor risks life and limb as an unarmed peacekeeper. This week on Occupy Radio, we revisit our November 2014 interview. Linda explains how she has lost her fear of death in her pursuit of peace. Also, Jerry Monroe Maynard checks in to share his plans for No War November. Using his seven steps, Jerry hopes to make peace and nonviolence an everyday practice for activists in Houston, Texas. http://lindasartor.info/ Linda interviewed by Stephanie Van Hook...
Topics: linda sartor, no war november, nonviolent peace force, HERO, jerry monroe maynard
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Were Sandy Hook and the Boston Bombing false flag operations, and what happened to Michael Hastings? Did space aliens visit the UK for Christmas thirty three years ago? It's Christmas, Occupiers, and that means it's time for the Occupy Radio Conspiracy Christmas show. Aaron Spears of Occupy the Media's Mic Check Radio joins Getch and they talk about all of those stories that seem just a little bit off, this week on Occupy Radio.  
Topics: rendalsham forest ufo incident, michael hastings, occupy radio christmas conspiracy special, ufo,...
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The 1983 Supreme Court ruling in Beardon v Georgia made it clear that courts could not revoke probation for those who justifiably could not afford to pay their fines. Over the last two decades a mulit-million dollar industry has grown up in direct defiance of the Beardon ruling. The American Southeast is littered with tales of unconstitutional imprisonment, with whole communities traumatized by the Private Probation industry. Sam Brooke joins Occupy Radio to report on the Southern Poverty Law...
Topics: splc, southern poverty law center, private probation, judicial corrections services, jcs,...
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Dodging bullets and stopping wars, Linda Sartor risks life and limb as an unarmed peacekeeper. This week on Occupy Radio, we interview this courageous woman about vision quests and overcoming fears. Also, Truthout reporter Darh Jamail reports on the hair-raising condition of a disastrous nuclear waste facility in southern New Mexico.
Topics: turning fear into power, non violent peace force, vision quest, linda sartor
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A repeat of last year's May 15th interview with Will Potter, author of Green is the New Red.  In today's world of corporate self-interest, activists and watchdogs are silenced by corporate-written laws produced by corporate-backed State Houses. This week on Occupy Radio we look at laws passed solely to benefit the people who write the checks. Will Potter, author of "Green is the New Red", talks about "Ag-Gag" laws and other ways that industry keeps consumers from knowing...
Topic: will potter green new red lauren regan cldc ag gag laws corporate-backed
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Alisa Simmons, Global Trade Watch Trans Pacific Partnership
Topics: global trade watch, alisa simmons, tpp
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Kevin Blanch Fukushima update.
Topics: Kevin Blanch, fukushima
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Occupy Radio: Remembering Our Favorite Guests This is the end of a nearly four year run of Occupy Radio, Occupiers, and this week, Rivera and I are looking back at some of the best shows from our two years of sharing the mic. Oligarchy, wealth, and debt, Basic Income, and constructive programme. A residents bill of rights, our favorite Marxist, Richard Wolff, and some fun with one half of the Yes Men. You should find something to spark your interest on this week’s Occupy Radio. Music:...
Topics: ubi, universal basic income, yes men, mike bonanno, richard wolff, oligarchy, wealth inequality,...
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It's just you, me, and Getch this week, Occupiers. For our New Year's special we'll be speaking straight from the heart about the state of the nation, untold conspiracies, and to be or not to nonviolent. From resolutions to reflections, this is your chance to get cozy with your favorite cohosts. Plus, Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers from Clearing the Fog Radio join us to share the exciting upcoming year slated for their project, Popular Resistance. Happy New Year's, Occupiers, and here's some...
Topics: taos hum, dulce new mexico, alien base, cowspiracy
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2012 Presidential Election post mortem. 
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Immediately, after the 2010 Citizens United ruling, author Jeff Clements published a series of predications about the decision's impact. Three year later, his projections have come true. This week on Occupy Radio, we interview Clements about the updates to his book, Corporations Are Not People, and one thing he didn't foresee - the widespread, determined citizen opposition to corporate personhood. --Rivera
Topics: corporations are not people, jeff clements, corporatocracy, plutocracy, corporate personhood, 28th...
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Nearly half of all respondents in  a recent Rassmussen poll believed a group of randomly selected people from the phone book would do a better job in Congress.  American government is at a record level of dysfunction with a documented propensity for serving only those who can pay for service.  Rivera Sun and Getch, talk with Benjamin Page, co-author a  of recently viral report measuring the out-sized  sway of the economic elite. We discuss the vanishing influence of the bottom 90%, this...
Topics: benjamin page, martin gilens, oligarchy, end of democracy, occupy, revolution, buyer's club, elite
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The fight for S.L.E.E.P.S. has hit the streets of Eugene, Oregon. In this case S.L.E.E.P.S. stands for safe legally entitiled emergency places to sleep. The struggle is still in its early stages and already Lane County Administrator Liane Richardson has lost her job, and nationally recognized civil rights lawyer, Lauren Regan has notched another victory for the constitution.  Join Lauren Regan and local activist and Occupier, Alley Valkyrie as we search for a legal place to sleep on Occupy...
Topics: alley valkyrie, lauren regan, cldc, sleeps, liane richardson
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From summer training camps to weeks of action, Occupy Radio covers three stories of preparation and resistance. This week, join Bill Moyer (Backbone Campaign), Jimmy Betts (Beyond Extreme Energy) and Ken Butigan (Campaign Nonviolence) as we look at the many facets of working for change during an action-packed time of active nonviolence. Localize This! and the BackBone Campaign http://www.backbonecampaign.org/ BXE, Beyond Extreme Energy, Stop the FERCUS! http://beyondextremeenergy.org/ Campaign...
Topics: bxe, beyond extreme energy, backbone campaign, localize this!, action camp, stop the fercus, ferc,...
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Now that the Democrats and Republicans have merged into one corporate party, the United States needs a loyal opposition. The Tea Party was promising, but it took the corporate buy-out, and the Libertarians are pro-corporate at their core.  As the President of the Green Shadow Cabinet, Jill Stein, leads the declared opposition. She joins Rivera Sun, and Getch, talking about the Global Climate Convergence, and grass roots action, this week on Occupy Radio.
Topic: jill stein global climate convergence green party shadow cabinet grassroots occupy #occupyradio...
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Reese Ehrlich Journalist and author talks about the Middle East Craig Graham of Global Conflict Analysis talks about China and Korea.
Topics: reese ehrlich, globalconflictanalysis.com
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Occupy Central with love and peace has been filling downtown Hong Kong with thousands of people demanding their democratic rights. This week, Occupy Radio speaks with Victoria Hui about what is becoming known worldwide as The Umbrella Movement. Also, Camilla Mortensen from the Eugene Weekly gives up the scoop on the record-breaking spending over Oregon's GMO labeling bill. Join us for updates on Ferguson, former Occupy Radio guest Rev. Pinkney's struggle for justice in Benton Harbor, MI, and...
Topics: hong kong, umbrella movement, occupy central, peace, love, victoria hui
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The American Security State crushed the Occupy Movement for camping in public space. But Occupy is only part of an epic battle to seize world economies and the environment back from corporate control. Get ready now, for the World Wide Wave of Action. Rivera Sun and Getch talk with Dave Degraw, the moving force behind the World Wide Wave. This week, we talk about crowd sourcing the next populist uprising, on Occupy Radio. https://waveofaction.org/ World Wide Wave Launch Gatherings...
Topics: david degraw, world wide wave of action, 1% vs 99%, occupy radio, media, revolution, 3.5%,...
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Just like New Years follows Christmas, the Occupy Radio 2013 Retrospective follows the Conspiracy Christmas special.  Join Rivera Sun and Getch as they look back on some of their guests from 2013, this New Year's Day, on Occupy Radio.  Here are the links to the shows featured in this retrospective: Getting Apocalyptic, with Robert Jensen https://archive.org/details/occupyJune19_20130618 Cop Culture, with Frank Serpico https://archive.org/details/13821OccupyRadio128Finalist Rise of the Warrior...
Topics: frank serpico, tim dechristopher, anarchism, radley balko, rise of the warrior cop, occupy medical,...
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Food, family, farms: the personal and social politics Thanksgiving are the table this week on Occupy Radio. Rivera Sun's sisters join the show to talk about the family business of local food and small farms. Next, Occupy the Farm's Lesley Haddock shares the radical history of an occupied piece of farmland slated for commercial development in Albany, CA. Then, Jillian Pim in Ft. Lauderdale, FL speaks about how the anti-homeless ordinances that ban sharing food have driven her to undertake at...
Topics: #ferguson, occupy the farm, arnold abbott, jillian pim, sensei gregory c lewis, crown of main...
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Know much about public trust law? Neither did we. That's why we invited law professor Mary Wood to join us Occupy Radio this week to explain the long history and contemporary concept of public trust law and what it means for legislators and citizens. Also, Alex Brown from BARK shares a Nestle water privatization story happening near Mt. Hood in Oregon. Discovering a Legal Tool To Curb Climate Change http://www.onthecommons.org/magazine/discovering-legal-tool-curb-climate-change David Bollier's...
Topics: nature's trust, public trust, children's trust, professor mary wood, regulatory
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Ronnie Garza of the Gulf Port Seven, updates us on the Austin Police infiltration of Occupy Austin Mark Taylor Canfield from Free Speech Radio News Tangerine Bolen updates us on Hedges v Obama
Topics: tangerine bolen, hedges v obama, gulfport seven, mark taylor canfield, occupy austin
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Occupy Radio: Freedom Sleepers and Homeless Civil Rights; Earth Quaker Action Team Scores a Win 8/4/2015 0 Comments   Download this episode from Podomatic.com Download this episode from Archive.org As the upward transfer of wealth leaves more and more people living on the streets, cities and states are getting creative in their efforts to make being homeless illegal. From camping bans to laws against the public sharing of food, there truly is an American war against the homeless. Abbi Samuels...
Topics: santa cruz freedom sleepers, earth quaker action team, mountain top removal, homeless rights
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Occupy Radio: Dangerous Signals in the Electoral Data, with Dr. Beth Clarkson 11/5/2015 0 Comments   It’s a bad look for the beacon of Democracy, Occupiers. The people of the United States are beginning to question the sanctity of our vote. In the next presidential election, nearly a third of the population will cast votes that leave no sort of public record. If you can’t count the votes, you have to look for little signals in the meta data to find evidence of electoral foul play. Dr. Beth...
Topics: dr. beth clarkson, electronic vote fraud, black box voting
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Mathis Wakernagle joins Occupy Radio this week to talk about Earth Overshoot Day. It's the day each year when the human species uses more resources than the Earth can restore. That day keeps coming earlier and earlier every year. Kevin Camps of Beyond Nuclear peeled off from an Enbridge protest at John Kerry's house to talk with Rivera and me . Kevin gives us the low down on Japan's Fukushima reactor. www.overshootday.org www.footprintnetwork.org www.footprintnetwork.org/states  (State of the...
Topics: earth overshoot, beyond nuclear, fukushima, nuclear power, resource extraction
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The post crash world is not a paradise for worker's rights. Wages are at a 63 year low, while corporate profits are at an 85 year high, with more windfalls ahead. The last time America saw numbers like this was 1929, just before the Great Depression. Rivera Sun and Getch talk with Richard Monje, the Secretary of Labor for the Green Shadow Cabinet. We talk about the missing middle class and the need to organize labor, this week on Occupy Radio.
Topic: richard monje workers united labor secretary green shadow cabinet organizing
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The commons are as old as humanity, Occupiers, and they may offer a new paradigm for addressing our sticky web of problems in economics, politics and culture. This week on Occupy Radio, we interview David Bollier, a writer and researcher on the commons, about the history, importance, and applications of this radically different approach to managing resources and people.
Topics: commons, david bollier, privatization, enclosure, market state duopoly
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United We Dream, a national organization of undocumented immigrant youths, has been inspiring thousands to come out of the shadows and tell true stories about the realities of the United States' unworkable immigration policies. This week on Occupy Radio, we interview Carolina Canizales and Julieta Garibay about their personal journeys and experiences working to organize for comprehensive immigration reform.
Topics: united we dream, deportation defense, julieta garibay, carolina canizales, undocumented youth,...
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Weeks after a toxic chemical leak contaminated their water supply, the people of Charleston, West Virginia, still don't trust their drinking water.  The local government says it's safe, but the foul smelling greenish water, doesn't inspire confidence.  Johanna de Graffenreid organizes water deliveries into Charleston.   She joins Rivera Sun and Getch and they discuss Freedom Industries and the toxic assault on West Virginia; this week, on Occupy Radio.
Topics: charleston, west virginia, drinking water, chemical spill, freedom industries, contaminated
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Some days, Occupiers, you just don't feel like getting out on the streets, no matter how good the cause. For a small fee, Uberally will let you pay somebody to protest for you. This week on Occupy Radio, we explore the concept of crowd-sourcing the crowd so you can stay home. Then, Liz and Jerry of Air Occupy explain how the State of Florida has stopped enforcing the First Amendment. And just when you thought a great show couldn't get any better, Mike Bonanno of the Yes Men joins us to talk...
Topics: yes men, mike bonanno, yes men are revolting, florida amendment 1, april fools day
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Lee Camp of Moment of Clarity, and Redacted Tonight
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Stephan A. Schwartz Distinguished Consulting Faculty - Saybrook University  email: saschwartz@earthlink.net  Personal Website: stephanaschwartz.com  Schwartzreport: schwartzreport.net  Schwartzreport Column: explorejournal.com/content/schwartz Papers Academia.edu Fayetteville Free Zone http://fayettevillefreezone.com/
Topics: war on the poor, schwartz report, stephan a schwartz, fayetteville freezone
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Join us for Thanksgiving with the Cook Sisters, and the table talk is all about running an organic food  cooperative in Maine.  It's food politics for the holidays as Getch joins Rivera Sun and her sisters Marada and Leah, Proprietors of the Crown O'Maine Organic Food Cooperative, this week, on Occupy Radio. http://www.crownofmainecoop.com/  Rivera Sun: “Food Politics at the Family Table” http://www.risingsundancetheater.com/wpblog/?p=564  Author/Actress Rivera Sun sings the anthem of...
Topic: crown of maine coop
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One woman's view from Afghanistan
Topics: afghanistan, women's rights
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Continuing electoral coverage running up to the 2012 Presidential Campaign Bev Harris of Black Box Voting. Cindy Sheehan Peace and Justice VP Candidate with Roseanne Barr.
Topics: bev harris, black box voting, cindy sheehan, peace and justice party
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Michael Nagler, METTA Center Nonviolence
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Discussing the 2012 Oregon Measure 80, Marijuana Legalization bill. 
Topics: 2012 oregon measure 80, marijuana legalization, legalization, marijuana, pot, herb, weed
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Filmmaker Tim Lewis, Activists Carol Burke Caldwell & Alley Valkyrie. Eugene Police Department ignored felony assault in Downtown Eugene. 
Topics: tim lewis, alley valkyrie, carol burke caldwell, eugene police department
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It's a tale of two journeys this week on Occupy Radio.  Jimmy Betts, of Beyond Extreme Energy, checks in with Rivera and Getch as he prepares to criss-cross the nation calling out the oppressive, racist, corporate forces willing to exchange human life for profit.   Then, Kim Redigan joins us from Detroit, Michigan, where she recently embarked on a 7 day journey across the state to call out the injustice of water policy in Flint, Michigan.   Jimmy Betts  https://twitter.com/BXEAction  ...
Topic: bxe beyond extreme energy jimmy betts kim redigan detroit water crisis
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Camilla Mortensen of the Eugene Weekly. Ethan Findal working the board and offering Libertarian ideals Mark Taylor Canfield and Hordur Torfason of the Icelandic Revolution. 
Topics: hordur torfason, mark taylor canfield, camilla mortensen, eugene weekly
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Approval ratings for the United States Supreme Court have been trending steadily downward since the Citizen's United ruling gave Corporations unfettered spending power in U.S.  elections. At the same time, public approval of the corporate-financed Congress is also at an all time low. But never fear, Occupiers, corporate profits have never been better.
Topics: oligarchy, wealth, jeffrey winters, defense, tax, opinion letter, elite, concentration, fcc, net,...
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It started with the US military passing around old armored vehicles and military gear, then, after 911,  Homeland Security upped the ante and started offering grants for new military gear for domestic police forces. Now, welcome to the Police Industrial Complex.  Radley Balko, author of the “Rise of the Warrior Cop,” talks with Rivera Sun and Getch about the militarization of America's police forces, this week, on Occupy Radio.  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/radley-balko/ ...
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The End of Occupy Radio That clip you just heard was March 14th, 2012, Occupiers. Left Out became Occupy Radio, and in the four years since, we’ve kept an eye on the corporate takeover of America, and the rise of the police and surveillance states. Join us for a final retrospective on the time Rivera and I have shared, on this final episode of Occupy Radio. March 14th, 2012 Episode of Occupy Radio https://occupyeugenemedia.org/mediagroup/2015/03/14/occupy-radio-march-14-2012-3/ Christopher...
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All of the Occupy Radio files rom December 12, 2013 through Present. Look in the file list and download by episode date.
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Occupy Radio's 2012 Christmas Conspiracy Show. The beginning of an Occupy Radio Christmas tradition. 
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How many steps would you take, Occupiers? A band of nearly 40 marchers is trekking 3000 miles from LA to DC, raising awareness about the Climate Crisis. He snagged one of the marchers, John Abbe, who originally started in Getch's hometown of Eugene, Oregon, and passed through Rivera's hometown of Taos, New Mexico. We asked him some questions about the gritty details of the one the ground experience, through everything from dust storms to high winds, downpours, heat, hail, and high water....
Topics: great march climate action, change, unrest, revolution, hunger, global food prices, green, energy,...
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Lauren Regan Keystone XL Pipeline.  Jo Littler: author of  "Radical Consumption"
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Matt McCrae City of Eugene's Sustainability Guru. Occupy Medical has a new Mobile Clinic bus.  S.L.E.E.P.S.
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Turning outrage into action, Humanity for Palestine (H4P) tale online outcry and turns it into on the ground action to work towards an end of the occupation, oppression, and human rights violations in Palestine. This week of Occupy Radio, H4P founder Peter Cohen joins us to explain how the Aug 2014 attacks on Gaza galvanized him into action. Also, Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers from Clearing the Fog Radio and Popular Resistance tell you all the horrific things you didn't want to know about...
Topics: #ShutDownAIPAC, #FlushtheTPP, shut down AIPAC, TPP, Humanity for Palestine
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Bruce Schneier   is an internationally renowned security technologist, called a "security guru" by  The Economist Bruce helps us unravel the recent Snowden revelations. 
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Just as the proverbial butterfly creating hurricanes, we are all more powerful than we imagine.  Rivera and Getch visit with philosopher and former fugitive, Katherine Ann Power. We get into the weeds on systems theory, complexity, and activism this week on Occupy Radio. 
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Sexual assault, pumpkin smashing riots, racist sports fans . . . this week on Occupy Radio, we delve into the seedy underside of American life. Join us as we interview Marina Rosenthal on the high rates of sexual assault in fraternities and sororities. We also talk with Matthew Johnson as he examines the bold and innovative approaches used by social justice organizations to dealing with the problems of sexual violence.
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Shell's massive Polar Pioneer Oil Rig broke through a line of early morning kayaktivists and is heading for the open sea, and eventually it's intended destination for the next 77 years in the Arctic. We speak with Sweetwater Nannauk, of Idle No More, about the efforts to hold back the monster rig. We hear from Justine Turnage, of the Transgender Equality Network of Fayetteville Arkansas as she prepares for the big fight to re-institute an anti-discrimination bill in Fayettevilele. Plus,...
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Star Wars isn't just for Hollywood. The tentacles of U.S. Empire stretch around the globe and up into space where thousands of satellites direct drone strikes and guided missiles. This week on Occupy Radio, peace activists Bruce Gagnon and Bill Sulzman join us to discuss the missile defense program that is orbiting overhead in space. And, just as your worst sci-fi nightmares start to seem uncomfortably realistic, Occupy Radio asks our guests about the courageous citizen movements to "Keep...
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With a corrupt police force backing the dictates of an unconstitutional Emergency Manager, Whirlpool has just about seized control of Benton Harbor, Michigan. A campaign of violence and intimidation drove most residents away, and left those remaining living in nearly third world conditions.  Rivera Sun and Getch talk with the Reverend Edward Pinkney, of the Black Autonomy Network Community Organizaiton. We talk crooked cops and corporations, this week on Occupy Radio.
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Mother's Day is coming up, Occupiers. But this year on Mother's Day, we don't want you focusing on candy and cards for your own Mom. We want you to turn your attention to a very important set of Moms who need to be listened to in this country. Moms who are, by the millions, getting ready to march on Washington DC. We're going to talk with Maria Hamilton, who became a social justice organizer after her son Dontre was killed by cops.  Mothers for Justice United...
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Revolution is a difficult thing to talk about. When groups have different views of revolution , chances are, they're not going to talk for long. The trick is knowing just how much revolution society can safely ponder.  Rivera Sun, author of the Dandelion Insurrection, and Susan Strong, author of Move Our Message: How to Get America's Ear, discuss the different ways we communicate our visions of change, this week on Occupy Radio. http://www.risingsundancetheater.com/ ...
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Class warfare has been a slanted story from the start, Occupiers. This week on Occupy Radio, we bring on radio host and blogger Egberto Willies to talk about how the rich will trumpet their persecution through the corporate media, while the attacks on the growing ranks of the poor are being covered mainly by citizen journalists like us.
Topics: class, warfare, egberto, willies, militarization, police, politics, done, right