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, grassroots activist organization that works to elect progressives to office, and to hold them accountable once elected. She talks with us about the meaning of progressive politics, the immediate prospects and tasks of progressive politics in Massachusetts, and the relevance of action around legislation to the Occupy movement. We will also learn a little about Emerge Massachusetts, a program with the mission of increasing the numbers of Democratic women in political office.

Progressive Politics and the Occupy Movement
Wednesday, 8/1/2012 7:00 pm USA Eastern Time
Occupy Boston Radio – OBR.FM
with rebroadcasts the following Monday 10:00 am
and Wednesday 7:00 am

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

  1. Reblogged this on OBR.fm Green Room and commented:

    David K is the host of Free School University airing every Wednesday @ 7pm on http://www.obr.fm

  2. harmonywho says:

    Hello, thanks for the opportunity to talk about the work we can do from “inside” — to make a better politics, locally and nationally!
    I hope people will plug into Progressive Mass– there’s a LOT of room for improvement, even in so-called “liberal” Massachusetts –just look at the 3 strikes debacle: http://progma.us/3X_2012Jul

  3. Pingback: 8/1 Progressive Politics and the Occupy Movement with Harmony Wu – Audio link | Free School University Radio

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