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Occupy the Media Collective
Occupy the Media hosts 6 shows featuring News, Interviews and Life as Activists / Resistance Culture / AntiCapitalist / Anarchism / Occupy / No War / No GMO's / People Over Profit / Anti Corruption / AntiFa / Human Rights
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December 22, 2014 12:03 AM PST

This week features Chris "Whammy" Wahmhoff, Johnny K Dangers, Liz Myers, and Getch.

Whammy is waiting to be sentenced for felony trespass in an Enbridge pipe.

What's up with #DontRunUp and the NYPD Cop killing. How will things change?

Special call-in from Don Johnson, Mall of America security guard. He details the dangers of thousands of protesters mingling with Christmas Shoppers.

December 21, 2014 01:48 AM PST

10819489_10152408271636604_364253090_o“Thanks to the liberating model of Ferguson, there is the opportunity to thoroughly discredit the Black Misleadership Class and move forward towards transformational change.”

- Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“I Aint Heard Of That” – Slim Thug

“Garvey’s Ghost” – Burning Spear

“Punto Y Aparte” – Tego Calderon

“Write This Down” – Soul Chef


“Por El Suelo” – Olmeca

“The People” – De La Soul, ft. Chuck D

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Lauryn Hill


Obama/Cuba/Assata Shakur, #BlackLivesStillMatter, Message From Political Prisoner Jaan Laaman,  Black Indigenous Identity In South Africa, and MORE…!

December 20, 2014 10:49 AM PST
Mainstream vs Critical Economics

Updates on Mexican farm exploitation, Grenoble takes down advertising, US teachers underpaid, and cutting workers’ pensions. Responses to listeners on Harvard and Yale as full participants in capitalism’s defects. Analyzing modern “economics” as a discipline from Adam Smith to Karl Marx and since.

Links for radio program are posted below:

1. For a segment on Mexican farm workers’ conditions producing for the US market:

2. For a segment on the corruption of state attorneys general by energy corporations: &_r=0#_=_

3. For a segment on the immense costs of the 13 year “war on terror” I will reference a book by Pulitzer-prize winner, James Risen: Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War

4. For a segment on cutting workers pensions via a new law being pushed through Congress:

5. For a segment on low pay for teachers in the US:

December 19, 2014 10:26 AM PST

This week we talked with Dr. Arlene Blum about flame retardants and their prevalence and effects on us.

Dr. Blum is a biophysical chemist, visiting scholar at UC Berkeley’s Department of Chemistry, and author of Annapurna: A Woman’s Place and Breaking Trail: A Climbing Life. Dr. Blum’s research contributed to the regulation of two cancer-causing flame retardants used in children’s sleepwear in the 1970s, and prevented unnecessary flammability standards that would have led to the use of hundreds of millions of pounds of persistent toxic chemicals each year. Her awards include selection by the UK Guardian as one of the world’s 100 most inspiring women, the National Women’s History Project as one of 100 “Women Taking the Lead to Save Our Planet,” and as Fellow to the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Blum was also recently elected to the Hall of Mountaineering Excellence. Please see for more information about her adventures, life, and work.

Peace and Love,
Liz, Shannon, and Jerry
Twitter: @AirOccupy

Air Occupy is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to independent media. We receive no revenue from advertising or corporations so that we can provide our audience with unbiased information. To donate to Air Occupy, go to our website

Air Occupy podcasts - and other Occupy-related shows - are available on PodOMatic and iTunes!


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December 18, 2014 04:31 AM PST

Taif Jany, director of #SoccerSalam, discusses the need for humanitarian aid in Iraq this winter and how people can help. See

In addition, 12-year-old Hallie Turner explains how she became a climate activist with

Total run time: 29:00

Host: David Swanson.
Producer: David Swanson.
Music by Duke Ellington.

Download from Archive or LetsTryDemocracy.

Pacifica stations can also download from AudioPort.

Syndicated by Pacifica Network.

Please encourage your local radio stations to carry this program every week!

Please embed the SoundCloud audio on your own website!

Past Talk Nation Radio shows are all available free and complete at

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December 17, 2014 07:44 AM PST

Earthalujah, Occupiers! Tis the season for Rev Billy Talen of the Church of Stop Shopping to join us on Occupy Radio to preach against the perverse and pervasive cultures of shopping and shooting. Tune in as he recounts his pilgrimage to the gates of the satanic Monsanto and his visit to the heart of Ferguson's struggle for justice. Later on in the show, Camilla Mortensen from the Eugene Weekly shares a labor struggle victory for graduate student teachers at the University of Oregon.


Rev Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping Gospel Choir on facebook


Rev Billy on Youtube


Rev Billy on Wikipedia


Monsanto is the Devil on Youtube


Convicted with No Evidence by and All-White Jury, Black Community Leader Rev. Edward Pinkey Faces Life in Prison


Peacehealth get's bought out


Contact Occupy Radio:

Twitter: @occupyradio23


Phone: (541) 632-4092


Author/Actress Rivera Sun sings the anthem of our times and rallies us to meet adversity with gusto. In addition to The Dandelion Insurrection, she is the author of nine plays, a book of poetry, and her debut novel, Steam Drills, Treadmills, and Shooting Stars, which celebrates everyday heroes who meet the challenges of climate change with compassion, spirit, and strength.


David Geitgey Sierralupe prefers you call him Getch. As Dr. Seuss once noted, there are way too many Daves. When not plotting to Occupy the Media through an activist, internet media hub, Getch remodels homes in Eugene, Oregon.

December 15, 2014 11:44 PM PST

Lima to Paris – Will the UN Solve the Climate Crisis?

The COP 20 talks have just concluded in Lima, Peru and now eyes are turning to the next treaty expected to be signed in Paris in December, 2015. So far, the United Nations’ COP process has failed to produce a meaningful agreement to address the climate crisis and to achieve climate justice. The United States has been a great obstacle to progress. And the UN talks have essentially devolved into another tool for commodifying the Earth and pushing a neo-liberal economic agenda. We speak with Brian Tokar, author of the newly-revised “Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on the Climate Crisis and Social Change” about new organizing and a new framework that are pushing for real solutions to the climate crisis. We also speak with Karen Orenstein of Friends of the Earth about the Lima talks and how the Paris Treaty is shaping up.

Relevant articles and websites:

Essential Reading for Clarity on Climate Action by Margaret Flowers

Institute for Social Ecology

Friends of the Earth response to Sec. Kerry’s speech at Lima COP

Friends of the Earth



1briantokarBrian Tokar has been an activist, author and a well-known critical voice for ecological activism since the 1980s. He is currently the director of the Institute for Social Ecology and Lecturer II in Environmental Studies at UVM. Brian’s books include The Green Alternative  (1987, revised 1992), Earth for Sale  (1997), and Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on the Climate Crisis and Social Change, which was reissued in an expanded and revised edition by the New Compass Press in 2014. He edited two books on the politics of biotechnology, Redesigning Life? and Gene Traders, and co-edited a recent collection, Agriculture and Food in Crisis: Conflict, Resistance and Renewal (with UVM Professor Emeritus, Fred Magdoff). His articles on environmental issues and popular movements appear in Z Magazine and Green Social Thought, and on popular websites such as Counterpunch, ZNet, Alternet, and Toward Freedom.

Brian has lectured throughout the U.S., as well as internationally, received a Project Censored award for his investigative history of Monsanto (originally published in The Ecologist), and was an organizer of the annual “Biojustice” protests focused on the biotechnology industry from 2000 – 2007. He is a board member of 350Vermont, as well as a contributor to the Routledge Handbook of the Climate Change MovementA Line in the Tar Sands, and other recent books. Brian also represents UVM’s part-time faculty on the Executive Council of our faculty union, United Academics.

1karenoKaren Orenstein’s work at Friends of the Earth U.S. focuses on international climate finance. In other words, she campaigns to get the U.S. and other rich countries to provide and effectively deliver — in line with what climate science and justice demand — funds to ordinary people living in developing countries to adapt to the unavoidable impacts of climate change, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and develop along ecologically sound pathways. Karen came to Friends of the Earth with more than a decade of grassroots advocacy experience in environmental and international human rights campaigns. This included seven years at the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network, where she led Washington efforts to support genuine self-determination and justice for the people of East Timor and human rights protections for the peoples of Indonesia and West Papua; she continues to serve on ETAN’s board. Karen has done research and volunteer work for the Maasai Environmental Resource Coalition and PETS DC, and lived in Tanzania. Not unimportantly, she has two cute cats.

– See more at:

December 14, 2014 10:14 PM PST

The Violence Inherent in the System

Eric Garner, killed by a cop in Staten Island, NY.  John Crawford, killed by a cop in Bevercreek, OH. Michael Brown, killed by a cop in Ferguson, MO.  Tamir Rice, killed by a cop in Cleveland, OH. Is there some sort of racist-cop trend that has cropped up recently around the country or is there a larger issue here?  If we have a half-asses compulsory school system in this country that barely educates the masses, then what happens when a certain portion of those masses become cops?  In this episode we look closely at a recent Department of Justice investigation into the Cleveland Police Departments' 'use of force policies' over the past few years and how the findings within that report apply to most police departments across the country.  What happens when poorly educated, poorly trained people are armed and given military weapon hand-me-downs and told to go police the streets of America?
December 14, 2014 09:49 PM PST

Liz of Air Occupy, and Getch of Occupy Radio open the mic on Blog Talk Radio for the very first episode of OTMC Live! 

Talk about #BlackLivesMatter, #ICantBreathe and Samuel L. Jackson's challenge to have people sing the 'We Aint Gonna Stop, Til People Are Free' song. 

Jerry, of Air Occupy joined us to talk about the bullshit budget deal coming out of Congress.

Dan Marks of, joined us to discuss the possibility of a Constitutional Convention. 

Tune in next Sunday at 8 pm PST/ 11 pm EST 

Guest Call-In line:  (347) 989-0353

December 14, 2014 09:43 PM PST

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“The enemies of a people are those who keep them in ignorance.”

- Thomas Sankara



“When The Levee Breaks” – Led Zeppelin

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“The Code” – Jose Guapo

“They Don’t Know” – Paul Wall

“Black Love” – Gabriel Teodros

“Aw Naw” – Nappy Roots



“Aztechnical” – KRS One

“Stomp ‘Em In The Nuts” – Thugnificent

“Triba” – Abdoulaye Sylla and One World

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Mumia Abu-Jamal (, Report: U.S. CIA Use Of Torture, Mexican KKKops Kidnap and Kill, and MORE!

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