Episode

9/16 Allison Kilkenny: Occupy’s New Fight

September 16, 2013

Citizen Radio co-host Allison Kilkenny:  explained where Occupy activists are making a huge difference, the growth of Occupy Our homes and Occupy SEC, the new movements for economic justice and the success of Occupy Sandy and Strike Debt.

The implications of a diplomatic resolution to the Syria crises, how the Middle East is changing, the interests fighting proxy wars across the region and an era of limits in foreign policy.

On The Better Half: California raises its minimum wage, America’s bridges are collapsing, Christian anti Gay activist pays for prostitutes in Maine, police shoot bystanders in Time Square and your IMs.

And keep the conversation going on our morning thread

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