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Occupy the Media Collective
Occupy the Media hosts 8 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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May 28, 2015 11:09 AM PDT

Tim Wright is the Australian Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. There are now 107 nations committed to legally banning the possession, production, or use of nuclear weapons. Wright discusses the strategy of this abolition movement. See also:

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!

May 26, 2015 09:08 PM PDT


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

May 25, 2015 12:00 PM PDT

In this third episode of the Mic Check Radio Book Club series we continue with the audio book of Propaganda by Edward L Burnays, published in 1928. Noam Chomsky has called this book "the main manual of the public relations industry". It may be 87 years old, but the ideas and concepts are still used (and successful) today. This book explores the psychology of manipulating the masses in order to influence consumerism, politics, social change and gender dynamics. On this episode we will hear Chapter 5:Business and the Public.

May 25, 2015 02:50 AM PDT

OTMC Live - 5/24/15 Join hosts Johnny K Dangers, Sue Sierralupe and David Geitgey Sierralupe as we dig through the week's news.

Absurd Theater: Bank CEO salary celebration brunch

Forgotten History: Our present protests are already forgotten

Protester Chiara D'Angelo still chained to anchor chain of Shell oil rig support ship

Say Her Name: Black women stage direct action protest

March against Monsanto

Freedom Fries: Gyrocopter Pilot Faces Nearly Decade in Prison for Flight Against Money in Politics

Taibbi and Big Banks admitting guilt this past week

Thabo's broken leg not covered in the media

Ireland 1st country to legalize gay marriage

France makes it illegal for supermarkets to waste food

Los Angeles minimum going to $15

Cop Watch: LA Sherrif kill man after he goes to the wrong address

Cleveland cop protests We appreciate Mic Check Radio's coverage of this story

Now Low: Sherrifs claim infant at fault for them blowing his face off with a grenade

Bullshit: NSA planned to hijack google app store to hack smartphones Five eyes alliance on wikipedia:

Fox News pundit paid by NSA reacts to Rand Paul: "Trust the NSA"

Whistleblower reveals helicopter spraying workers with pesticide

Radical Idea: National Referendum

Riot Angry Mob Sound Effect:

Bubbling Cauldron:


Want to hear more from our cohosts?

David Geitgey Sierralupe

Sue Sierralupe


Twitter: @johnnykdangers


71 protesters arrested in Cleveland: Bail & Defense Fund

May 23, 2015 10:03 AM PDT

WUGD-Aiyana Jones“It is impossible for capitalism to survive, primarily because the system of capitalism needs some blood to suck. Capitalism used to be like an eagle, but now its more like a vulture. It used to be strong enough to go and suck anybody’s blood whether they were strong or not. But now it has become more cowardly, like the vulture, and it can only suck the blood of the helpless. As the nations of the world free themselves, then capitalism has less victims, less to suck, and it becomes weaker and weaker. It’s only a matter of time in my opinion before it will collapse completely.”

– Malcolm X



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Post To Be” – Omarion, ft. Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko

“It’s On” – Kid Ink

“Beez In The Trap” – Nicki Minaj

“R Cali” – A$AP Rocky



“Aint That Peculiar (Oddisee Remix)” – Marvin Gaye

“Freedom” – Jurrasic 5

“Give Me My Freedom (B.Y.O.B. Ent. Parody)” – Lil Wayne, ft. Lil Boosie, Gucci Mane,  and Birdman

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Fabsisters



Voices of #BlackWomxnsLivesMatter (Seattle), and a lot more!

May 23, 2015 12:11 AM PDT

Profit-Driven Capitalism
In this edition of Economic Update, we look at Verizon’s purchase of AOL, why Facebook’s “contribution” to ending inequality falls so short, how latest $$ gift to Yale increases inequality, how UK elections reflect “scapegoat economics, and why deadly Mediterranean migrations reflect capitalism’s globally uneven development. We also respond to listener questions on (1) Americans’ attitudes toward income and wealth inequality by our analysis of recent Gallup Polls and (2) whether student debts can lead to reduced Social Security benefits and what that means. This edition’s major discussions (1) build on “sharing unemployment” to show how we can combine respect for our natural environment with a fair sharing of the leisure that could result, and (2) analyze the significance of recent guilty pleas by major banks for manipulating currency exchange rates for their private profit.

May 21, 2015 12:00 AM PDT

David Segal is the Executive Director of Demand Progress. He discusses the current struggles to end mass surveillance by the U.S. government and to keep the internet free and open. Segal is a former Democratic Rhode Island State Representative, and served on the Providence City Council as a member of the Green Party. During his eight years as an elected official he oversaw the passage of legislation promoting economic justice, renewable energy and open space, banking reform, affordable housing, LGBT rights, criminal justice reform, and a variety of other progressive causes. He recently ran in the Democratic primary for Rhode Island’s first Congressional seat, supported by much of the netroots and organized labor. His opinion pieces have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and other newspapers, and in a variety of online publications. He has a degree in mathematics from Columbia University. See:

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!

May 20, 2015 12:01 AM PDT

Is the "War On The Poor" hitting close to your home, Occupiers? This week on Occupy Radio, Stephan Schwartz of the Schwartz Report describes the trends in criminalization of the poor, while Arkansas Elder in Fayetteville, AR, turns statistics into real life human stories from his own community

Stephan A. Schwartz

Distinguished Consulting Faculty - Saybrook University 
Personal Website: 
Schwartzreport Column:




Fayetteville Free Zone

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. 

May 18, 2015 11:30 AM PDT

5/17/15 - National GOP Voter Suppression Committee leaked files, freedom fries, cop watch,1985 MOVE bombing forgotten history, creative protests and calling bullshit bookend our new and improved Hillary Cliniton election ad.

Sue Sierralupe, Johnny K Dangers and David Geitgey Sierralupe and the still kidnapped cohost Dan Marks. Special guests: Jim Jones - NSA agent, Johnny K Dangers's Uncle Woody


Absurd Theater: Republicans are aging out

Freedom Fries:

FBI violates its own rules

USA Freedom Act doesn't have anything to do with Freedom. US Federal Court rules bulk collection of US based phone conversations is illegal. So Congress makes it legal.

Obama gives approval to Shell Drilling in the Arctic because he's an asshole! 
What could possibly go wrong...

20 week abortion ban

War Budget but No Vote


Cop Watch:

Tony Robinson murder update

I Call Bullshit:

No photos of pollution allowed. Also no science.

Text of the "Poor people shouldn't eat the same food as non-poor people" bill in Wisconsin:

TPP bulldozer in Congress

Hillary Clinton ad

Forgotten History: Philly MOVE bombing - May 13th 1985

Creative Protest:

Restaurant Ambiance, by Matt Fisher:


Music by

Nine Inch Nails: Ghosts 26

Tom Morello: Marching to Ferguson

May 17, 2015 12:00 AM PDT


“St. Anne’s is in Fort Albany in northern Ontario. It was open from 1904 to 1976 and had hundreds of aboriginal children from remote James Bay communities walk through its doors. A police probe from the 1990s turned up evidence of horrific abuse, including an electric chair.”

– Jordan Chittley,



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Ass Drop” -Wiz Khalifa

“Angels & Demons” – Immortal Technique

“The Block Is Hot” – Lil’ Wayne

“Don’t Tell ‘Em” – Jeremih, ft. YG

“All Of The Lights” – Rihanna

“Super Hyphy” – Keak Da Sneak

“Drum Solo” – Max Roach



“What’s Going On (Beatnik & K-Salaam Remix)” – Marvin Gaye

“Harder Than You Think (Featurecast Remix)” – Public Enemy

“Milk & Honey” – Goapele

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



#BlackLivesMatter Vs. Seattle Police, Wisconsin: On The Streets Demanding Justice for #Tony Robinson,  Palca Shibale, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and so much MORE! An action-packed 45 minute thrill ride!

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