As Chairman of the FCC, I will revoke the corporate charter of any corporation that is involved in both selling internet/cable services and the infrastructure of providing those services. I will insist that state governments take over providing the infrastructure and they will be required to use open-source forward- and backward-compatible technology. By taking the profit incentive out of communications infrastructure, we will expand coverage to serve everyone, keep local funds in the community and lock out any company that violates censorship or racketeering regulations.
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Panel Presentation from the North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference
- Beck, Eric. “Beyond Coops and Currency Alternatives: Towards a Critical Anarchist Political Economy”
- Guldi, Jo. “Global Finance and the Rise of an International Squatter Culture, 1946-2012″
- Hayes, Ryan. “‘Nothing to show for it’: on archiving & amplifying social movement culture”
- Moderator: Len Krimerman
Live Streamed and Live Mixed Video for the end of the world 12-21-12
The music is kinda sucky.. might want to turn it down and put on your own ;~)
or watch this live recorded version I put to better music.
Jan.13, 7:00pm CST LIVE on MBN
Dr. Clark currently serves in the Department of Philosophy of Loyola University of New Orleans and as Instructor in the Environmental Studies Program.
Born in 1945 in New Orleans into a family resident in the city for twelve generations, he received all three of his degrees from Tulane University, so he is a veritable son of the City. Pax Christi of New Orleans awarded him their Bread and Roses award, and Loyola has named him the Gregory F. Curtin Distinguished Professor in Humane Letters and the Professions. He resides in Carrollton.
Dr Clark responds to the invitation to serve as DíOrlando Lecturer by focusing on our process of determining what is sacred to us and even worth dying for, perhaps not realizing what it may be until a crisis reveals what is most sacred to us. He will discuss how his religious experiences, beginning with a New Orleans Lutheran upbringing, modified by experience and study of other spiritual traditions, have led him to an understanding of the sacred in all things. He will, of course, talk about much more, so you are invited to the DíOrlando Lecture for 2013 with Dr John Clark.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION; Robert Desmarais, Moderator, Social Justice Team First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans (firstname.lastname@example.org, 757.642.8607).
Panel Presentation from the
North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference
In 1980, Keith and seven friends started the first Food Not Bombs chapter in Cambridge, Massachusets. At first more of a street performance than a protest, the group provided entertainment and vegetarian meals in Harvard Square and the Boston Commons after making deliveries of uncooked food to most of the housing projects and shelters in the area. After eight years of serving free food in New England, Keith moved to San Francisco where he started a second Food Not Bombs group. He was one of nine volunteers arrested for sharing food and literature at Golden Gate Park on August 15, 1988. In the following years, Keith was arrested over 100 times for serving free food in city parks and spent over 500 nights in jail. He faced 25 years to life in prison under the California Three Strikes Law but in 1995, Amnesty International and the United Nations Human Rights Commission brought about his release.
- McHenry, Keith. “The Anarchist Response to Sandy, Katrina, and the Global Economic Crisis”
- Moderator: Sean Walsh
Sethness-Castro, Javier. “For an Ecological Anarcho-Communism” (via SKYPE)
Due to Technical Difficulties the End of Javier's and the beginning of Gabriel's presentation were lost to fluctuating bandwidth from the livestream.
Below, in text, is the missing part of Gabriel's presentation.
Below that is the remainder of the panel.
- Scott Crow “Solidarity Not Charity: A Story of the Common Ground Collective in New Orleans”
- Jamie “Bork” Loughner On learning opportunities of the Common Ground Story
- Jordan Flaherty “Community Organizing Against the Prison Industrial Complex: Lessons from New Orleans to the NYPD to the Jena Six”
- Moderator: Yasin Frank Southall
Followed by a "lively" Q&A
A little while back this site 's databse became currupt, so I ended it's rule over my internet presence. This is the new incarnation. So, if you are subscribed to my rss feed prepare to go on an 12 year journey recapping every video I've created as I repopulate this site with my content. Unfortunatly, some material and all the reposts on the site are not going to make the leap.
Rebel Diaz introduce their father Mario Venegas at the school of the America's Protest 2012 at the gates of Fort Benning Georgia followed by an update from Father Roy Bourgeois, SOA Watch founder, on the successes of the School of the America's Watch over the last year.
Undercover Officers infiltrate the School of America's Watch pre vigil concert Every Year. This year was no different... except the citizen journalist revolution smacked them upside their head by following them everywhere they went to insure no one was injured by them.
when the 2 corporate parties get caught selling out their constituents, maybe it's time they get reminded who they work for.
Friends and family of Larry Gibson, the "Keeper of the Mountains," celebrated his life and legacy on Sunday, October 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. in Charleston, WV
The event was broadcast LIVE on http://mobilebroadcastnews.com/NewsRoom
from the Program
Speaker: Victoria Gibson
Speaker: Danny Chiotos
Speaker: Chuck Nelson
Speaker: Amber Whitington
Song: "Stop Tearing the Mountains Down" Jane Branham
Reading: Sage Russo