Occupy DC

By Anonymous (not verified), 6 October, 2012
WSQT Direct Action Radio 90.5 FM in DC

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This Week in palestine for week 40 of 2012
Between the Lines short: 2001 US/Northern Alliance raid in Afghanistan harmed women's rights
War Update: US forces resume joint patrols, get immediate attacks
Mona Eltahawy arrested For defacing Anti-Muslim hate NYC Subway, now same posters for DC metro?
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Occupy and Vets stage daylong protest at Department of Veterans Affairs
Desertion song (clip)
Occupy DC anniversary week of action coverage
Keystone XL construction being blockaded in Texas

By Anonymous (not verified), 16 July, 2012
WSQT Direct Action Radio 90.5 FM

On the 19th of November, Free Franklin, supported by Occupy DC, took over the abandoned Franklin Schol and held it all afternoon and into the night before being removed by force. On the 12th of July, those defendants who demanded jury trials were found guilty, but received only minimal sentences of a $50 payment to DC's Victims of Crimes fund, 5 days suspended jail time, and 3 months unsupervised probation. Later on July 12 they held a press conference in front of Franklin School, at which this audio was recorded

By Anonymous (not verified), 12 July, 2012
WSQT Direct Action Radio 90.5 FM in DC

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Palestine Today for July 11
War Update: Suicide attackers try to storm Kandahar police HQ
Desertion Song (clip)
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SWAT team raids Seattle Occupy home seeking anarchist material
Franklin Trial update day 3 with Day 2 end of day report
Vigil at proposed DC Wal-Mart site
GMO Song
Between the Lines:parents group takes on climate change and extreme weather
PEPCO is a climate dinosaur
The Fracking Song
Song-Critcizing McDonalds

By Anonymous (not verified), 4 July, 2012
WSQT Direct Action Radio 90.5 in DC

(AUDIO 1-Metro fare hike protest as Caravan was arriving)

On the 28th of June, as temperatures began to rise in DC, Metro riders and bus drivers gathered outside Metro's headquarters to denounce this year's massive fare hikes and benefit cuts. As an alternative to Metro's game of pitting riders against workers, both demanded that taxes on businesses that benefit from Metro be used to cancel fare increases, wage cuts, and benefit cuts.

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