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Join us for the 1st Annual Activist Ball

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On Saturday, January 25th 2014, Encuentro 5 and the Community Activist Media Project/Activate Radio will proudly host the 1st Annual Activist Ball, our first in a yearly tradition of dance party celebrations dedicated to activists and activism!

With Chris Faraone (of Weekly Dig & Phoenix) as Master of Ceremonies, we’re spinning world dance beats with DJ Univers-AL, serving light food, and giving out prizes.

Here is the website link;

http://activistballboston.wordpress.com/

You can visit the link below to get tickets, t-shirts, or to sponsor;

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-1st-annual-activist-ball-of-boston-tickets-9262842411

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the ‘Occupied Nation’ Show (9/26/2013)

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On this weeks ‘Occupied Nation’ Show we spoke with Christina Gonzalez, Green Party candidate for CIty Council District 7 in NYC , who was arrested a few days ago. We also spoke with Josh Sager about the hard facts in regard to guns. And also had a very informative discussion with Terra Freidrichs about Pass Mass Amendment. We featured Leaders Led on the 4:20 Intermission, as well as covering a few other subjects.

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Roundtable (Podcast)

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A discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with two peace activists, John Roberts and Martin Federman. (Broadcast date 1/4/13)

OBR Party and Fundraiser on Sept 30

Support Occupy Boston Radio (obr.fm) and join the S30 party!

Time:
Sunday, Sept 30, 9:30 pm

Location:
All Asia, 334 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square, Cambridge MA (MBTA Red Line)

Three Bands:

  • Varsity Drag (w/ Ben Deily of the Lemonheads)
  • Chris Howe Trio
  • Leaders Led

The party is 21+ with a $10 door and a cash bar.
September 30 is the anniversary of Occupy Boston’s occupation of Dewey Square.

Download a PDF flyer.

First episode of THE BRIDGE tomorrow!

This was the show we re broadcast today. Part of our series on independent composers and musicians. Please join The Bridge every Friday at 2.30pm

THE BRIDGE - Arts for the 99%

First episode of THE BRIDGE tomorrow!

Radio | Occupy Boston

We are thrilled to be broadcasting on-line the first episode of, THE BRIDGE, Arts for the 99% tomorrow May 4th at 2.30pm Boston time, 7.30pm UK time. I’m Linda Carmichael and my friend, Janet Gillespie is the Co Host, fellow producer and editor of this 1/2 hour arts program.

We look forward to your comments and suggestions for future programing.

The line up for May:

Episode 1 May 4th Interview with musician/composer, Dave Kobrenski from The Black Bear Moon Project. He will talk about what it is like to be an independent musician in the corporate climate of today’s music scene, his travels in West Africa to learn that country’s traditional music, and we will hear some truly spectacular Afro Funk Jazz.
 
 

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Occupied Nation is Looking for Event Announcements for LIVE Broadcast on Occupied Nation, Mondays @ 3pm

Occupied Nation airs every Monday from 3-6pm covering Occupy Boston, Occupy and many other events, ideas and reactions! Send host Boston George all the info you’d like announced on the air Mondays @ 3pm!

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  • Occupied Nation is looking for Occupy Boston and Occupy events to announce over the air, Mondays at 3pm on http://www.obr.fm. Please submit all events by Sunday at 3pm to be included in the Monday broadcast. Thank you!

  • And there’s a link at the top of the blog page, click  “Event Submissions”

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Revolt in Sudan!

Occupied Nation is hosted by Patrick (Boston George) every Monday 3pm-6pm on http://www.obr.fm. Join us!

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in this world we have personal struggles, and we have struggles that we are a part of collectively, and right now the people of sudan are enduring a struggle that is not being heard about so much. in the past few days, they have seen police violence, the internet was shut down, and there have been mass protests throuought the country, in fact people have been arrested and taken away for tweeting within their own homes. the protests have been going on for 9 days now. we will be interviewing several sudanese people later on this week on OBradio for different show, and possibly for the occupier. please help spread the news of what is happening in sudan, don’t let their struggle go un-noticed by the broader public. solidarity with the people of sudan!

 

 

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