Monthly Archives: July 2012

8/1 Progressive Politics and the Occupy Movement with Harmony Wu

Harmony Wu is an activist and organizer involved with the “Occupy the ‘Burbs” network of suburban Occupy groups, as well as with Occupy Needham in her own hometown. She is on the statewide Organizing Committee of Progressive Massachusetts, a new, … Continue reading

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Wed 7/25 Race & Economic Inequality: Building a multi-racial movement for justice (Rebroadcast)

How can we educate ourselves about the racialized aspects of economic inequality? How are working class people of color organizing themselves to fight injustice? And how can we learn from them, and work with them to build a truly global, … Continue reading

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7/18 Blogging for Small Business and the Citizen Journalist with KC Blogger Extraordinaire (Rebroadcast)

A rebroadcast of our 6/27 Show. Check out KC’s recent blogs at: http://whywalkabout.blogspot.com/ Blogging for Small Business and the Citizen Journalist Wednesday, 7/18/2012 7:00 pm USA Eastern Time Occupy Boston Radio – OBR.FM

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7/11 Politics of a New Nation: The Ratification of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights

From its beginnings, the U.S. Constitution was wrapped in controversy.  The Philadelphia Convention of 1787 was not even intended to form a new Constitution, but only to revise the former Articles of Confederation.  Many delegates objected to, and feared the … Continue reading

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