|NYCGA 1/14/2012 - Lauren Devereaux|
The 1/14/2012 Audio is broken up into two files. The spending freeze starts at about one hour into the second (larger) file.
Keywords: OWS; NYCGA; Spending Freeze; Movement Building Bus Trip; Minutes
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 5: First Nation rights - Free Speech TV|
Most Americans know the story of the Trail of Tears; settlers in the New World felt they had more right to the land than the people who were in fact here first. It seems that this attitude has not quite vanished when it comes to Native American land and resources. SourceCode visits the Skull Valley Goshute Reservation in Utah where nuclear waste dumping has caused one Goshute member to stand up for preservation of their land...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; Independent Media; Participatory Media; Social Justice; movement building; Indigenous Rights; Eloise Cobell; Grassy Narrows; First Nations; Skull Valley; Goshute; Indian Land Trust; Blackfire; Gwichʼin; Gwitchin; Rainforest Action Network
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 4: State of the Oceans - Free Speech TV|
SourceCode collaborates with Mother Jones Magazine for a special episode on the State of the Oceans. Join Mike Robbins for a look at how the fishing industry, which regulates itself, is destroying the fisheries and endangering our food supply. Dr. Pauly on the need to protect the ocean, with a park system. And Paul Watson flies the Jolly Roger as he rams Japanese whalers and takes on seal hunters in an effort to save the ocean's wildlife...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; SourceCode; Social Justice; Independent Media; Movement Building; Oceans; fishing industry; Environmental Justice; Mother Jones Magazine; Mother Jones; overfishing; Daniel Pauly; pollution; Sea Shepherd; Paul Watson; Greenpeace
|SourceCode Season3 - Episode 2: Eco Dissent/Not Terrorism - Free Speech TV|
In George Bush's America, if you're an environmentalist, you're a terrorist. SourceCode examines civil disobedience under the Patriot Act. Come to Prescott, Arizona, where a recent sting resulted in the death of one person accused under the new definition of terrorism. Hear from a former Earthfirst!er on why she took direct action against a power company. ACLU and Center for Constitutional Rights tell you what risks you face in defending the environment...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; SourceCode; Social Justice; Independent Media; Movement Building; environmentalist; environment; dam; environmentalism; eco-terror; ecotage; terrorism; 911; Patriot Act; environmental activist; Earth FIrst; ALF; ELF; Environment Liberation Front; Bill Rogers; Vail fire; Center for Constitutional Rights; Guantanamo; Ruckus Society; civil disobedience; non-violent civil disobedience; Glen Canyon Damn; Edward Abbey; monkeywrench
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 3: Enemies of the Environment - Free Speech TV|
Three pro-enterprise men - a politician, a crooked businessman, and a radical right-winger, are waging the most damaging war against the environment in US history. Meet the writer of the worst anti-environmental legislation Richard Pombo; and Charles Hurwitz, who is trying to make a quick buck on the last of the ancient redwoods, and who used profits from the S & L scandal to buy up the trees; and Ron Arnold, father of the Wise Use movement, who thinks that property is a civil right...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; Independent Media; Participatory Media; Social Justice; movement building; environment; anti-environmental legislation; Wise Use Movement; RIchard Pombo; Kelpie Wilson; truhtout; Ron Arnold; conservation; Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters; Hurwitz; Pacific Lumber; Delay; Abramoff; Wolfcam; Sam Easterson; Bay area; Headwaters forest
|People United - November 12, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features activist, author, and fourth-generation Gulf Coast shrimper Diane Wilson on the founding of the Texas Jail Project and its relation to her nonviolent civil disobedience, now chronicled in her forthcoming book _Diary of an Eco-Outlaw: An Unreasonable Woman Breaks the Law for Mother Earth_. She spoke at the home of Virginia Raymond and Tom Kolker in Austin, Texas, on November 6, 2010.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Diane Wilson; Seadrift TX; Calhoun County; Gulf Coast; shrimper; fisherwoman; fisherman; civil disobedience; hunger strikes; environmental activism; peace activism; anti-war activism; analysis; reminisence; memoir; Diary of an Eco-Outlaw; Diary of an Outlaw; Victoria County Jail; Texas Jail Project; Diana Claitor; Union Carbide; Dow Chemical; Bhopal; Iraq; Halliburton; BP; Code Pink; Houston; fundraiser; Dick Cheney; Richard Cheney; Tom DeLay; Mona Knutsen; Ramona Knutsen; criminal justice; law enforcement; incarceration; jail; race; gender; class; people of color; women; working class; movement building; history; current events
|People United - July 9, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with war resister Victor Agosto, the Iraq war veteran who refused to deploy to Afghanistan, and filmmaker Catherine Montondo, whose upcoming project documents the experiences and feelings of Americans and Iraqis in US-occupied Iraq, when both guests were in Austin, Texas, for the 2010 national convention of Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Iraq Veterans Against the War; Catherine Motondo; Victor Agosto; Antonia Juhasz; Iraq; Afghanistan; conscientious objector; religion; secular; atheist; atheism; Americans; Iraqis; documentary; Brussels; Belgium; Killeen; Miami; Miami-Dade College; Florida International University; Under the Hood Cafe; Fort Hood; Fort Hood Support Network; Thad Crouch; Fort Benning; Noam Chomsky; Hegemony or Survival; John Pilger; War on Democracy; war; empire; anti-war movement; peace movement; student movement; students; soldiers; veterans; peace activists; democracy; electoral politics; framing; movement building; building movements