1. Gayatri Spivak on "not settling" - Occupy Wall Street

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    Spivak contextualizes the "occupy" movement on the global political stage, alongside the Arab Spring, "the 60's," and general mediocrity.

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    • GLITTERfesto

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      GLITTERfesto: An Open Call in Trinity Formation For A Revolutionary Movement Of Activist Performance Based On The Premise That Social Justice is Fabulous

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      • Hannah Taylor's Reel

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        • Historic Pullman Factory 2011 Screening of THE LAST PULLMAN CAR

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          As part of the celebration of the 45th anniversary of Kartemquin Films, in October 2011 South Side Projections, the Pullman State Historic Site, and the Bronzeville/Black Chicagoan Historical Society presented a screening of the documentary The Last Pullman Car (1984, Gordon Quinn & Jerry Blumenthal, 16mm) at the historic Clock Tower Building, part of the original Pullman factory complex. Co-directors Gordon Quinn and Jerry Blumenthal, also co-founders of Kartemquin, were present for discussion with former Pullman workers. In 1981, the United Steelworkers Local 1834 tried in vain to keep the Pullman-Standard Company from shutting down its operations in Pullman, putting several hundred people out of work. Kartemquin Films’ compelling documentary The Last Pullman Car concentrates on the workers' plight as their elected officials, the company, and finally the national union seem deaf to their concerns. Set against the history of the struggle between labor and corporations, but as relevant today as it was then, The Last Pullman Car tells yet another story of American industry abandoning our workers and communities. In 2015, President Barack Obama designated Pullman as a national park. To mark this great news, we are now releasing this video online free for 2 months. The discussion covers the making of the film, the fate of the Pullman neighborhood after the factory closed, and the relevance to continues labor and class disputes, such as the Occupy movement and the Citizens United ruling. It can be found, along with many other extras, on the DVD for The Last Pullman Car: https://www.kartemquin.com/films/the-last-pullman-car This video was shot & edited by Ryan Bedore at Kartemquin.

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          • How OWS Recycles

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            Eva Lewis of Deep Dish TV interviews a member of Occupy Wall St's ecology committee, who explains the solidarity behind the movement. She also shows us a grey water filter system built by occupiers, a water-recycling experiment designed to provide sustainability to the movement.

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            • How Prosumerism Will Spread Using 'The Diffusion of Innovations'

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              In Video 4 of the #ProsumerOverview Series we dive deep into the 'Diffusion of Innovations Theory,' and how social change is not just possible, but absolutely inevitable.

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              • "How the Occupy Movement can deal with conflict" Michael Stone

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                Shot on Nov 6, 2011 at Occupy Vancouver "We are failing in our culture from a lack of imagination. And what we're achieving here is space for imagination." HELP ADD SUBTITLES (currently we have Dutch) http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/GXsxkC1bBT7c/ Michael Stone is a psychotherapist, yoga teacher, Buddhist teacher, author and activist, committed to the integration of traditional teachings with contemporary psychological and philosophical understanding. http://www.centreofgravity.org http://occupylove.org http://occupyvancouver.com WATCH THE POST-SPEECH PIECE 'LOVE AND SHADOW' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2akehtL-Ac

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                • Jenna Orkin at Occupy Wall St

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                  Jenna Orkin of collapsenet.com speaks to Laura Flanders of GritTV about the impossibility of sustaining infinite economic growth on a planet with finite resources, and media blackouts of key stories. This video was broadcast live on October 5, 2011, as part of Free Speech TV's coverage of Occupy Wall St.

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                  • Jesse Myerson at Occupy Wall St

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                    Jesse Myerson, independent journalist and activist, speaks to Laura Flanders about the organizational structure of the Occupy Wall St movement - they've committed themselves to horizontal democracy, holding General Assemblies open to the public. It's becoming an open-source movement - anyone can donate their time as they see fit. This video was broadcast live from Zucotti Park on October 5, 2011, as part of Free Speech TV's coverage of Occupy Wall St.

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                    • Johanna Fernandez on Our Broken Justice System

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                      Johanna Fernandez, a Baruch College Professor of History, explains how a recent ruling throwing out Mumia Abu-Jamal's death sentence, has galvanized further efforts to "Occupy the Justice System." Police corruption is rampant throughout urban areas in the United States, and only serves to exacerbate the effect policing practices like racial profiling and stop and frisk, and mass incarceration have on communities of color and working-class people.

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