Our last podcast of the year!
This week, we're back in the swing of things just in time to send you off for 2015. After watching our Best of Paris coverage last week, get a little glimpse of what's to come for the global climate movement in 2016. Also, I promised a while back that we'd get back to the Chamber of Commerce, so let's dig through the history of this corporate low life scum. And finally, Agunda Okeyo talks art and activism from the global, black female perspective. But first, inspired by Paris, let us walk on silent ground.
Last week, we took to the streets of Paris to bring you updates from the ground as activists responded to the idle talk of the UN climate summit. Here is a final compilation of our coverage - from start to finish; from first interview to D12, the last word of COP21 and just the beginning for the global climate justice movement! For the complete coverage, visit occupy.com/actout and of course, our YouTube page: youtube.com/occupycom
**Please note: There are a LOT of images and video in this episode that aren't included in the podcast. To see the videos, please go to our YouTube page and to see all the images, please go to Art Killing Apathy. And of course, to see this episode in it's entirety, visit occupy.com/actout.
This week, let's use some common sense and talk about the rights of man. Next up, Recycled Propaganda, pure white low life scum, grab a seat at the middle east dinner table and from Paris to the globe, climate change can be slowed, if we make it so. But first, life is meaningless – like a blank page so get a brush, a crayon, a pen and paint your way.
**NOTE: there won't be a podcast next week as we'll be in Paris covering the activist response to COP21. We will have a best-of episode the following week. In the meantime, stay up to date via occupy.com/actout
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