|Sent time:||Saturday, October 01, 2011 8:09:27 AM|
|Subject:||Re: [september17discuss] National radio support for Occupy Wall Street and its open demand process!|
YES!!!! YES!!!!!! YES!!!!!!
On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 7:29 AM, rob hollander <email@example.com> wrote:
> Public Radio International and WKCRW in Santa Monica broadcast on WNYC AM
> radio (National Public Radio in New York City) devoted a lengthy segment on
> Occupy Wall Street with
> Allison Kilkenny of CItizens Radio,
> Marvin Holland of the Transportation Workers Union,
> Richard Freeman of Harvard's Bureau of Economics Research,
> Georgetown University history professor and co-editor of Dissent Magazine
> Michael Kazin, and
> Peter Goodman, Huffington Post editor
> giving a brilliant analysis of Occupy Wall Street, including the
> significance of the open process and open demands -- in fact, praise for the
> open demands process!
> Thier take might not represent the loftiest ideals of Occupy Wall Street --
> they are mostly focused on the economy, rather than on politics -- but they
> all think you guys rock!
> And for once, no criticism of the lack of demands and lack of leadership,
> especially at 32 minutes: Peter Goodman, business editor of the Huffington
> Post, pinpoints one of the crucial virtues of not having doctrinaire
> demands. These analysts admire you, admire what you are accomplishing and
> admire your novel, principled methods.
> It's the first segment -- you have to download it to listen.
> (Notice that the segment is coupled with a report on debit card fees.
> Clearly the programer wants the listener to get the message: the ordinary
> citizen is getting screwed coming and going by corporate finance.)
> Keep doing what you're doing -- people are listening. Your open process is
> paying off. You guys are the greatest!
> Rob Hollander
> Lower East Side Residents for Responsible Development
> 622 E 11, #10
> NYC, 10009
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