Occupy Wall Street Radio:Occupy Wall Street Radio 
Series: Title: Sub-title:
Occupy Wall Street Radio  Occupy Wall Street Radio   
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
Reggie Johnson  Daily Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
Luke interview Sandra Carter (99 pickets) and Maritza Silber Farrell (Walmart Free NYC) about plans for Black Friday.

99 Pickets, a working group from Occupy Wall Street, seeks to build a mass worker's movement in New York City and beyond. We are workers, immigrants, artists, the unemployed, students and retirees: the 99%.

Revitalizing the picket line a tactic with a long and rich history we use worker-driven, creative action to draw attention to the common struggles of people across the city.

From wage theft, discrimination, abusive employers, food justice, misclassification, exploitive working conditions, retaliation for organizing, to unsafe workplaces, 99 Pickets strives to connect the dots between seemingly isolated conflicts, building a community and a movement to counter the 1%.

Another city is possible, but we need to build it.

Wal-Mart Free NYC is a coalition of concerned workers and residents, small business owners, community leaders, clergy, and elected officials who are committed to increasing economic opportunities, preserving local businesses, and bringing more jobs to communities across New York .

Luke also interview Austin from Occupy Sandy about the meaning of "Mutual Aid" 
Luke Richardson 
Notes: Credits:
  Technical Producer: Reggie Johnson

Outro Song: "Revolutionary Love" by Zion Train  
Politics and Activism  
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Transcript, Announcer Script Location Recorded Release Date Language
View Script  WBAI Studios in NYC  11-23-2012  English 
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occupywallstreetradio  128Kbps mp3 (25.63MB) Stereo 
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