Hey Houston thanks as always for kicking off your weekend with us here at the Houston Indymedia show. As a reminder, pledge drive is coming up soon, but you don't have to wait for us to beg on the airwaves, if you like what you hear you can always go to the KPFT.org and click on that tip jar to put your money where your ears are. Tonight we will take you on a tour of the 1%, celebrate Occupy Houston's birthday, and hear how Hollywood is jumping on the vilification of teachers and the unions that advocate for them. But first, these headlines...
On January 26, 2012, the Industrial Workers of the World Club at Montana State University, the Northern Rockies Independent Media Network, and Occupy Bozeman held a screening of the movie Breaking the Spell, about the 1999 World Trade Organization protests in Seattle.
The event, held at Montana State, also featured Phil Knight, from Occupy Bozeman, who participated in the WTO protests. Phil shared both his experiences on the ground and talked about what the WTO protests were about. You can see his presentation in the video clip below (or listen to it in the provided audio clip).
Here is the playlist from our December 29 broadcast:
Here is the playlist from our December 13 broadcast:
Réécoutez l'émission Zéro Hebdo diffusée sur radio FPP (Fréquence Paris Plurielle) le mardi 08/11/2011
- La politique évitée : réflexions sur le mouvement « Occupons X, Y, Z »
- Manifestation contre les violences faites aux femmes
- Les députés UMP à poil sur le Net
Réécoutez l'émission Zéro Hebdo diffusée sur radio FPP (Fréquence Paris Plurielle) le mardi 01/11/2011
Both House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and those who interrupted him at Rice have rights to free speech. Cantor had more authority to speak, because he was invited by the university. Knowing this, the protesters could do little more, non-violently, than to use their voices to delay his speech. They bravely did so, and some were arrested...
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New Yorkers Emily and Juan Carlos talk about Occupy Wall Street.