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The news corporate media won't touch, stories from the front lines of our movements to fight and build and just a dash of spoken word, visual art and snark. Blend and enjoy.

Nov 4, 2016

This week:

You may have heard that thousands of veterans got hosed by the military industrial complex – well, here are the details, what we can expect and what one Army veteran has to say about the latest in a long string of lies and bottom line crimes.

Next up, activist and Green Party Senatorial candidate Arn Menconi digs in to the two-party system and why he's not mincing words in the streets or in the halls of the mighty oligarchy.

And finally, can you be appeased

 

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http://emilyyatesdoeseverything.com/
http://arnmenconi.com/
http://www.thenatmusic.com/

Oct 28, 2016

This week:

the climate fight in the devil's den clashes with free speech and in a new category – new old news,

we dive into a more than 200 year old fight for voting rights in the last continental colony in the US. And yes, even if that's not where you live, it matters. 

 

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Site List:

https://beyondextremeenergy.org/
http://dcstatehoodyeswecan.org/j/

 

 

Oct 21, 2016

This week:

climate change might not be a thing on the presidential stage but it's definitely a thing outside our sick mirage democracy. Let's take a look at a few fucked facts and a few powerful actions in the face of climate disaster.

And finally, Dr. Margaret Flowers talks the sick care system, activism and the path to healthcare for all

 

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Site List:

resistaim.wordpress.com/

facebook.com/climatedirectaction/

http://bit.ly/ActOut83

flushthetpp.org

flowersforsenate.org

popularresistance.org

 

Oct 14, 2016

This week:

Monsanto gets a day in court at the International Court of Justice at the Hague and ecocide might finally be considered an actual crime. In solidarity, March against Monsanto wants you to join in wherever you are for World Food Day this Sunday, plus we'll speak with Tami Canal of March against Monsanto about the GMO fight and next up,

here's a fucked fact about how we treat those responsible for one out of every three bites of food we take.

Second to last, the fight IS the light and finally,

answer MY call in beating a lame duck.

 

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Site List:

http://bit.ly/HigginsOnEcocide

monsanto-tribunal.org

march-against-monsanto.com

http://bit.ly/WhyTPPSucks

http://bit.ly/NoTPPRegister

flushthetpp.org

 

 

 

 

Oct 7, 2016

This week:

As we inch closer to the election and find ourselves squarely in debate season, let's take a look at why we CAN'T have a look at anything outside the two-party paradigm.

Next up, Yoav Litvin shows us the power of two in both art and activism through his latest collaborative work, 2 Create.

And finally, from Nogales to Nogales, these activists are connecting the dots between US foreign policy, the drug war and migration in central and south America with a series of non-violent actions – happening this weekend.

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Site List:

2createart.org/

soaw.org/

Sep 30, 2016

This week - a special episode:

Bushra al-Fusail is a Yemeni-American who lived under the ongoing airstrikes in Yemen for months before coming, ironically, to the country that makes the destruction of hers possible.

Far from tucking herself away, she has been working tirelessly both on the streets and in the halls of Congress to raise awareness of the ongoing conflict in Yemen and perhaps most importantly, of the US role in the death and destruction in her home country.

In this special episode, she outlines the reality of war, the backstory of Saudi’s involvement in Yemen, the US role in the war and how we, the people of the US can #RememberYemen and push to end this horrific war

 

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Site List:

codepink.org/saudiarabia

 

 

Sep 23, 2016

This week:

We're introducing a new segment for all those times you think to yourself, wow that's fucked up. And for the inaugural segment: white supremacists.

Next up, Gabriella Coleman talks to us about Anonymous, hacktivism and the surveillance state and finally,

the importance of being informed when it comes – to Jews.

But first, I am, I have.  

 

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gabriellacoleman.org

Sep 16, 2016

This week:

The fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline rages on, despite a joint statement asking big oil to play nice. So let's take a look at the battle thus far and dissect the decisions made by both government and big oil – we're following the money trail.

And finally, a young forest in the UK is revitalizing both people and planet after the fossil fuel industry left both for dead. 

 

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Site List:

facebook.com/CampOfTheSacredStone

nodaplsolidarity.org

nationalforest.org

 

Sep 9, 2016

This week marks the 15 year anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001. Let's take a look at what these 15 years have brought us, the results of the war on terror and the terrorists made – on both sides of the story.

Then, this Friday is also an anniversary – the 45th anniversary of the Attica prisoner uprising. And this year, prisoners across the US are commemorating it with their own actions – for human rights and justice.

Next up, join in the fight against the Dakota Pipeline wherever there's a bank and finally,

words of wisdom, power and inspiration from an activist who fought fascism not because she thought she'd win, but because they were fascists.

 

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Site List:

theconfessionfilm.com/

supportprisonerresistance.noblogs.org

http://bit.ly/PrisonLaborCorps

nodaplsolidarity.org/

Sep 2, 2016

This week:

we've got a bit of a spoiler alert for you when it comes to third party spoilers plus

how the quest for knowledge and the weaving of words are building community, self respect and power in one of the US's most impoverished and downtrodden cities, Detroit.

But first, it takes a fool to remain sane.  

 

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http://bit.ly/TheSpoilerMyth

knowallegiance.wordpress.com

   
Aug 31, 2016

This week:

The DOJ announced last week that they're breaking up with private prisons. What does that mean in practice and is it enough to make a difference?

Next up, the Olympics might be over for the crowds and the athletes, but it turns out the Olympics are a long-lasting force for many, one that is neither inspirational nor cheerful. Let's take a closer look at the latest host city – and the steep prices paid by not only a crippled economy but a impoverished people.

And finally, people talk a lot about just transitions but do we have any real solutions? Bill Moyer from Backbone Campaign talks about the Solutionary Rail and how we can use old infrastructure to create new opportunities for both people and planet.

 

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Site List

solutionaryrail.org

backbonecampaign.org

 

 

 

Aug 31, 2016

This week:

The DOJ announced last week that they're breaking up with private prisons. What does that mean in practice and is it enough to make a difference?

Next up, the Olympics might be over for the crowds and the athletes, but it turns out the Olympics are a long-lasting force for many, one that is neither inspirational nor cheerful. Let's take a closer look at the latest host city – and the steep prices paid by not only a crippled economy but a impoverished people.

And finally, people talk a lot about just transitions but do we have any real solutions? Bill Moyer from Backbone Campaign talks about the Solutionary Rail and how we can use old infrastructure to create new opportunities for both people and planet.

 

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Site List

solutionaryrail.org

backbonecampaign.org

 

 

 

Aug 19, 2016

This week:

We're celebrating 100 years of National Parks by pushing for more of them. Expert Michael Kellett joins us to talk about the power of National Parks and the fight to preserve our wild lands plus

some savory snippets from the Green Party Convention

but first, a shallow attempt at depth.

 

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restore.org
jill2016.com

Aug 12, 2016

Frmr. Green Party presidential candidate and co-founder of Move to Amend David Cobb and labor organizer, author and activist Jerome Scott talk to Act Out! about movement building, Bernie Sanders, the Bacon Rebellion, corporate parties, white supremacy, privilege and a new way forward!

This is a special episode of the Act Out! podcast as we didn't air a TV show this week.

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Aug 5, 2016

This week:

It's all about the DNC – from the streets. We're bringing you marches, rallies and speeches – interviews with activists, Bernie supporters and non-affiliated protesters. From Philly, from our streets, this is Act Out!

** Footage of Jill Stein, Cornel West and Immortal Technique by Kit O'Connell of Mint Press News. @KitOConnell 

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jill2016.com

movetoamend.org

march4ourlives2016.org

pslweb.org

usmlo.org/

ivaw.org

Jul 29, 2016

This week:

As the DNC rages on, we're talking state surveillance – digging deep into the past and present with surveillance expert, Chip Gibbons from Defending Dissent.

And quickly before we wrap up, a brief overview of your rights – so all you battling on the front lines know what to do and what to say when the man stands in your way.

From tweets to marching in the streets, this is Act Out!

 

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bordc.org
aclu.org

Jul 22, 2016

This week:

We continue with part 2 of our interview with former Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis and dig into some of the Philly PD's sordid past so as to prepare activists for what they might encounter as we take to the streets for justice and equality.

But first, taste --- the empire's palette...

 

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Site List:

aclupa.org/issues/freespeech/dnc/

http://bit.ly/ProtestDNC

Jul 15, 2016

This week:

A special extended episode featuring voices from what one might think are opposite sides of the front lines: a young black woman and a retired police captain.

In fact, these two may even have run into each other in the city of brotherly love long before they had the fight for justice in common. First we'll hear from creative activist, community builder and social justice advocate YahNe Ndgo about police brutality, systemic racism and movements for change – then we'll give you a preview of next week's special with retired police Captain Ray Lewis – a man who has marched across the police brutality spectrum to stand against injustice from wall street to ferguson.

And finally, a quick shout out to climate justice fighters as they march against pipelines and for people and planet. ---

From tweets to marching in the streets, this is Act Out! 

 

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Site List:

bluwomyn.com

www.facebook.com/captainraylewis

http://bit.ly/NoSpectraMarch

http://bit.ly/NoToxicPlant

artkillingapathy.com

 

Jul 8, 2016

This week:

Let's take a walk down the aisle – the political aisle that is, and see where we might find some common ground – perhaps there's a unifying factor, something that both sides hold in the highest esteem, that they can't live without, that drives their decisions and shapes their every step.

Next up, the boat for peace in a place of war – Women's Boat to Gaza calls for peace and hi-lights the role of women in the Palestinian struggle for freedom.

And finally, it's berry season so why not celebrate by avoiding these capitalist cronies peddling sweet fruit and bitter discontent.

But first, politics and poetry...

 

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Site List:

freedomflotilla.org

boycottsakumaberries.com

 

 

 

Jul 1, 2016

This week:

A special look at the video game – yes video game, that takes you inside what it's really like – to live in war.

Next up, if it looks like an article, reads like an article, well then it's – NOT necessarily a real article. We're dissecting the despicable trend of native advertising where ads dress like news so YOU consume more and know less.

But first, some shaded shame...

 

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11bitstudios.com

Jun 24, 2016

This week:

Meet the people making a killing off of death plus the how and why gun owners are pro gun control and WHY gun control is the only common sense policy available.

Next up, the stand against fracked gas and oil pipelines is a national fight, being fought on local levels by activists all over the political and social spectrum -- and here's how you can get involved.

But first – shots fired

 

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Site List:

bravenewfilms.org/makingakilling

http://bit.ly/BoldIowa

rezpectourwater.com/

nobakken.com/

facebook.com/CampoftheSacredStone

stopspectra.org

resistthepipeline.org/

 

 

 

Jun 17, 2016

This week:

Project Fatherhood uses support, education and outreach to engage fathers and build community.

Next up, embracing hypocrisy in our fight against hypocrisy and

finally, a look at toxic prisons and the prisoners who've experienced them.

But first – we are but creatures of habit, keepers of time

 

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Site List:

projectfatherhood.org

http://bit.ly/ElectionMPN

fighttoxicprisons.org

Jun 10, 2016

This week:

From toxic prisons to the cruelty of solitary confinement, we're digging deep into the prison industrial complex, uncovering human rights violations and hi-lighting the fight for both people and planet.

And finally, Future Farmers seeks to deconstruct how you think about food, land and the whole political system you live under – using urban planning, grain and art.

But first, into the oubliette...

 

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Site List:

facebook.com/wearecovepoint

http://bit.ly/toxicprisonmap

fighttoxicprisons.org

SolitaryTorture.blogspot.com

futurefarmers.com/

Jun 3, 2016

This week:

As the non-stop election coverage continues, the biggest player in the game has yet to get Any air-time at all.

Next up, a special extended interview with lawyer and historian, Jeff Clements whose latest project pushes to fulfill the American Promise, as yet unrealized and currently chained down by a corrupt corporatocracy, a mirage democracy.

But first, two parties diverged...

 

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Site List:

americanpromise.net

corporationsarenotpeople.com

May 27, 2016

This week:

Memorial Day got us thinking – some of the biggest issues facing our country are forgotten once the cameras switch off. But our ADD news cycle only makes us more vulnerable to repeat disasters like, for example, the Flint Michigan Water Crisis. So let's revisit Flint – not only for the sake of water but for the sake of the bigger picture of how our system let this happen, even pushed for it to happen – in Flint and elsewhere.

Next up, access to fresh water is becoming more and more dire and Nestle – wants to make sure your thirst doesn't get in the way of its profits.

And finally, a memorial look at the TPP, the People’s Impact Report and what’s next.

But first – strike the Flint.

 

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Site List:

bit.ly/FlintDrop

foodandwaterwatch.org

flushthetpp.org

heartwood.org

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