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Occupy the Media Collective
Occupy the Media is 8 shows featuring News, Interviews and Life as Activists / Resistance Culture / Anti-Corporatist / Anarchism / Occupy / Nonviolence / People Over Profit / Anti Corruption / Human Rights/ No War
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June 22, 2016 12:00 PM PDT

Talk Nation Radio: Peter Kuznick on Untold Nuclear History and No War 2016
 

Peter Kuznick is Professor of History at American University, and author of Beyond the Laboratory: Scientists As Political Activists in 1930s America, co-author with Akira Kimura of  Rethinking the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Japanese and American Perspectives, co-author with Yuki Tanaka of Nuclear Power and Hiroshima: The Truth Behind the Peaceful Use of Nuclear Power, and co-editor with James Gilbert of Rethinking Cold War Culture. In 1995, he founded American University’s Nuclear Studies Institute, which he directs. In 2003, Kuznick organized a group of scholars, writers, artists, clergy, and activists to protest the Smithsonian’s celebratory display of the Enola Gay. He and filmmaker Oliver Stone co-authored the 12 part Showtime documentary film series and book both titled The Untold History of the United States. Kunick will be screening an episode of that program and speaking at the No War 2016 conference in Washington, D.C.: http://worldbeyondwar.org/nowar2016

Total run time: 29:00

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

Syndicated by Pacifica Network.

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

 

June 20, 2016 10:22 PM PDT

This week on Love (and Revolution) Radio, we speak with two cofounders of Beyond Extreme Energy, Melinda Tuhus and Ted Glick, about the nonviolent direct action campaigns aimed at getting the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to stop rubber-stamping fossil fuel infrastructure permits.

Sign up for our weekly email: http://www.riverasun.com/love-and-revolution-radio/

About Our Guests: 
Melinda Tuhus is a founding member of Beyond Extreme Energy, an independent journalist, activist, and blogger. You can read her writings at Leaves and Fishes, a monthly column. Ted Glick is also a founding member of Beyond Extreme Energy, and has been a climate activist since 2004, and a progressive activist since 1968. He writes a bi-weekly column entitled Future Hope.

Related Links: 
Beyond Extreme Energy 
https://beyondextremeenergy.org/

BXE Facebook 
https://www.facebook.com/BeyondExtremeEnergy/

BXE Twitter 
@BXEAction

Future Hope Columns by Ted Glick 
https://tedglick.com/future-hope-columns/

Leaves and Fishes by Melinda Tuhus 
http://www.melindatuhus.net/blog

Deep Ecology 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_ecology

Quebec Strategy Against Frackers 
http://www.riverasun.com/il-resistance-as-deterrent-to-fracking-part-one-they-shale-not-0

Music by: 
"Love and Revolution" by Diane Patterson and Spirit Radio 
www.dianepatterson.org

This week's featured musician is Chad Wilkins. The song is "Be A Friend" on his album, "Show Us the Way of the Heart". You can find his music at www.chadwilkinsmusic.com

About Your Co-hosts: 
Sherri Mitchell (Penobscot) is an Indigenous rights attorney, writer and activist who melds traditional life-way teachings into spirit-based movements. Follow her at Sherri Mitchell – Wena’gamu’gwasit:https://www.facebook.com/sacredinstructions/timeline

Rivera Sun is a novelist and nonviolent mischief-maker. She is the author of The Dandelion Insurrection, Billionaire Buddha, and Steam Drills, Treadmills, and Shooting Stars. She is also the social media coordinator and nonviolence trainer for Campaign Nonviolence and Pace e Bene. Her essays on social justice movements are syndicated on by PeaceVoice, and appear in Truthout and Popular Resistance.

June 20, 2016 07:51 AM PDT

Project Fatherhood uses support, education and outreach to engage fathers and build community.

Next up, embracing hypocrisy in our fight against hypocrisy and

finally, a look at toxic prisons and the prisoners who've experienced them.

But first – we are but creatures of habit, keepers of time

 

If you enjoy the show, please become a patron! A coffee a month, a bushel of organic kale a month - help us keep acting out

 

Site List:

projectfatherhood.org

http://bit.ly/ElectionMPN

fighttoxicprisons.org


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June 18, 2016 12:00 PM PDT

ECONOMIC UPDATE: LOCAL GROUPS, SOCIAL CHANGE

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On this week's Economic Update, Prof. Wolff provides updates on new book "Coming of Age in the Other America," new research shows superiority of worker coops over capitalist enterprises, negative results of profit-driven enterprises, "America" replaces Budweiser. Interview with Betsy Avila, digital organizer of local groups for social change.

 

Visit Professor Wolff's social movement project, democracyatwork.info. 

Permission to reprint Professor Wolff's writing and videos is granted on an individual basis. Please contact profwolff@rdwolff.com to request permission. We reserve the right to refuse or rescind permission at any time.

June 16, 2016 11:02 PM PDT

FBI Stings of Muslims Worsen Bigotry and Security

A study from 2014 showed that 99% of domestic terrorist plots in the US are aided in some way by the FBI; only 4 out of 400 were not FBI stings. And human rights groups found that the way the sting operations are conducted violate human rights. Sue Udry of Defending Dissent will speak about the ways these sting operations have been used to fuel hatred against Muslims. And to discuss the shooting and mass murder in Orlando, FL, Janaid Ahmad of Just International and Peace for Life speaks about the rise of homophobia and violence within Muslim communities because of Western influence and support for extremist sects such as the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia.

Relevant articles and websites:

Living in the Shadow of Counterterrorism series from Rewire

FBI Steps Up Use of Stings in ISIS Cases by Eric Lichtblau

Inventing Terrorists: The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution from Project Salam and the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms

Targeted and Entrapped: Manufacturing the ‘Homegrown Threat’ in the United States by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice

Bill of Rights Defense Committee/Defending Dissent Foundation

Just International

Peace for Life

Center for Global Dialogue

 

Guests:

sueudrySue Udry is Executive Director of the Defending Dissent Foundation.

Sue won her high school’s “Best Citizen” award in 1978 and has been working to earn that title ever since. She played a leadership role in her campus peace group, and after grad school she began knocking on doors in neighborhoods around the country as a canvasser for SANE, the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, now Peace Action.  She has been the Executive Director of the Defending Dissent Foundation since 2008. Prior to joining DDF, she served as the executive director of the Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights and as an organizer for the Coalition for New Priorities and the Day Care Action Council of Illinois. She was the legislative coordinator for United for Peace and Justice, a coalition of over 1,600 groups opposing the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. She currently serves on the board of the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms and the National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy, as well as the Advisory Board of the Charity and Security Network. She is a co-founder of the Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition and treasurer of the D.C. chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.

Over a quarter of a century working for peace and social justice in Washington, DC, Illinois and Indiana, has taught Sue that the right to dissent is crucial to expanding democracy, promoting justice, and enlarging the global human rights perspective.


Junaid_AhmadJanaid S. Ahmad 
is based in Lahore, Pakistan where he is the director of the Center for Global Dialogue. He has a Juris Doctor (law) degree from the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA. He is currently a Ph.D candidate in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and is also a faculty member of the Faculty of Law and Policy, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan. He served as president of the US-based National Muslim Law Students Association (NMLSA), and is on the board of the Muslim Peace Fellowship. He is a board member of Muslim Men against Domestic Abuse (MMADA). He served on the Executive Board of the Domestic Violence Resource Project. In the US, he worked with the National Interfaith Committee on Social Justice, and Amnesty International. In Pakistan, he worked with such groups as Educate Pakistan and AMAL Human Development Network. He continues to maintain an association with Positive Muslims, the Cape Town-based organization working on issues related to Muslims, HIV/AIDS and gender justice, a group with which he worked while he was in South Africa. His research interests include Islam in the public sphere, interfaith relations, globalization, and civil society, and has lectured and written extensively on these topics. He is currently working on a collaborative project with the International Islamic University – Islamabad (IIU-I) on globalization, Muslim societies and Islamic revivalism. Mr. Ahmed has been a long time human rights activist.

June 15, 2016 11:14 PM PDT
Talk Nation Radio: Sandy Davies on Asking World's Help in Resisting U.S. Crimes
 

 

Nicolas J "Sandy" Davies is the author of Blood On Our Hands: the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq, with a preface by Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz.  He also wrote the chapter on “Obama at War” in Grading the 44th President, and a chapter titled "Crime By America: No Accountability, No Justice, No Peace" in a new book, Crime and Punishment in America, due out in the fall of 2016. He writes regularly about U.S. aggression and war crimes for Consortium News, Warisacrime.org and other alternative media outlets. He served as an issue team leader on war and peace issues for Progressive Democrats of America (PDA), and he drafted Roots Action's current "Appeal from U.S. to World" to ask foreign governments to come together and stand up for international law in the face of systematic U.S. aggression and war crimes.

See: http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=12247

Total run time: 29:00

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

Download from LetsTryDemocracy or Archive.Pacifica stations can also download from Audioport.

Syndicated by Pacifica Network.

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

June 14, 2016 10:39 PM PDT

This week on Love (and Revolution) Radio, we speak with citizen scientist and master gardener Adrian Fisher about reconciliation ecology and how her neighborhood outside Chicago, IL used wild plant gardening to not only connect two wildlife preserves on either side of her, but also a bi-continental migration route for innumerable wild species.

Sign up for our weekly email: http://www.riverasun.com/love-and-revolution-radio/

About Our Guest: 
Adrian Fisher is a sustainability coordinator, a wild and native plants gardener, and writes and speaks about Reconciliation Ecology and Regenerative Gardening. She lives in Oak Park, Illinois, and is a featured writer on Resilience.org

Related Links: 
Why Reconciliation Ecology Matters by Adrian Fisher 
http://www.resilience.org/stories/2016-04-28/ethics-and-ecosystem-interactions-why-reconciliation-ecology-matters

Reconciliation Ecology 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconciliation_ecology

Wild Ones Organization 
http://www.wildones.org/

Deep Ecology 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_ecology

Resilience.org 
http://www.resilience.org/

Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawken 
http://www.blessedunrest.com/

Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer 
https://www.amazon.com/Braiding-Sweetgrass-Indigenous-Scientific-Knowledge/dp/1571313567

Win-Win Ecology 
https://global.oup.com/academic/product/win-win-ecology-9780195156041

Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation 
http://www.xerces.org/

The Sunflower Forest by William Jordan 
https://www.amazon.com/Sunflower-Forest-Ecological-Restoration-Communion/dp/0520233204

The Carbon Farming Solution by Eric Toensmeier 
http://www.chelseagreen.com/the-carbon-farming-solution

Paradise Lot (Book and Blog) 
https://paradiselotblog.wordpress.com/

Rodale Institute 
http://rodaleinstitute.org/

Rodale Institue White Paper on Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change 
http://rodaleinstitute.org/assets/WhitePaper.pdf

Music by: 
"Love and Revolution" by Diane Patterson and Spirit Radio 
www.dianepatterson.org

This week's featured musician is Melissa Crabtree. This is her song, "Bees" from her album "The Day I Fell Into the Water". You can find this and other music by Melissa at www.melissacrabtree.com

About Your Co-hosts: 
Sherri Mitchell (Penobscot) is an Indigenous rights attorney, writer and activist who melds traditional life-way teachings into spirit-based movements. Follow her at Sherri Mitchell – Wena’gamu’gwasit:https://www.facebook.com/sacredinstructions/timeline

Rivera Sun is a novelist and nonviolent mischief-maker. She is the author of The Dandelion Insurrection, Billionaire Buddha, and Steam Drills, Treadmills, and Shooting Stars. She is also the social media coordinator and nonviolence trainer for Campaign Nonviolence and Pace e Bene. Her essays on social justice movements are syndicated on by PeaceVoice, and appear in Truthout and Popular Resistance.http://www.riverasun.com/

June 12, 2016 09:26 AM PDT

It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – The Little Bank that Does – Part 2

 

We continue our conversation with the preeminent historian of the Bank of North Dakota, Dr. Rozanne Enerson Junker, about the founding factors and functional dimensions of America’s only state-owned public bank.  Ellen discusses block-chain technology with co-host Walt McRee while this week’s What Wall Street Costs America examines the impact of predatory banking costs on the city of Detroit --  Matt Stannard talks with Tom Stevens of “Detroiters Resisting Emergency Management.”

June 13, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
This week:

From toxic prisons to the cruelty of solitary confinement, we're digging deep into the prison industrial complex, uncovering human rights violations and hi-lighting the fight for both people and planet.

And finally, Future Farmers seeks to deconstruct how you think about food, land and the whole political system you live under – using urban planning, grain and art.

But first, into the oubliette...

 

If you enjoy the show, please become a patron! A coffee a month, a bushel of organic kale a month - help us keep acting out

 

Site List:

facebook.com/wearecovepoint

http://bit.ly/toxicprisonmap

fighttoxicprisons.org

SolitaryTorture.blogspot.com

futurefarmers.com/


Read more at http://actout.libsyn.com/#HXkORL2CrZFGqcm2.99

June 11, 2016 06:00 PM PDT

Economic Update: Pro-environment, anti-capitalist

On this week' episode of Economic Update, Prof. Wolff. provides updates on fossil-fuel divestment, Zika virus economics, product recalls , and payday loan scandal. Interview with environmentalist lawyer/activist Carol Dansereau.

 Visit Professor Wolff's social movement project, democracyatwork.info. 


Permission to reprint Professor Wolff's writing and videos is granted on an individual basis. Please contact profwolff@rdwolff.com to request permission. We reserve the right to refuse or rescind permission at any time.
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