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Join us for the 1st Annual Activist Ball



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;

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


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Patrick is the host of Occupied Nation, airing every Monday from 3pm-6pm on


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 I went downtown a while ago, well earlier this morning I guess. I was suprised to see how many people were out at 7am on a holiday.As I walked by the vetrans place i watched the police work crews, putting out all the barracades while a group of about fifty motorcycle-cops rode by.  As I glanced at the group of police suprvisors meeting across the street I immediately tried to remember if there was an occupy boston event that i had somehow forgotten, and then realized that the police weren’t in their black military garb, so it couldn’t be occupy.LOL, it was time to get a coffee 🙂

While we celebrate our independence in these United States, let’s remember what it’s supposed to mean. Let’s remember that we were taught in school about how this country declared it’s independence from oppression. Let’s remember those brave souls that stood up against any…

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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 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 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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Companies I Boycott

Patrick is the host of Occupied Nation, airing LIVE Mondays 3pm-6pm on

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So the other night I asked the question, what companies do you boycott? I had to think about it for a little bit… I have a list going, but am afraid really that it will become a never-ending list. Anyway.. Here is a bit of it.

Dunkin Donuts
Fox Network
Fox News
Bank of America
BP British Petroleum
Planet Fitness
Stop N Shop  wish i could
Comcast  wish I could
Target  wish I could..

So there is a start. 🙂 If you want, I think we can discuss it here.



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Occupy return to St Paul’s on pilgrimage of protest – Home News – UK – The Independent

Occupy return to St Paul’s on pilgrimage of protest – Home News – UK – The Independent.

The anti-capitalist Occupy movement, whose protest camp outside St Paul’s Cathedral caused a rift within the Church of England, returned to the cathedral today with a new strategy: the pilgrimage of protest.

Occupy Faith, a protest group associated with the Occupy movement, includes people of all faiths who share the movement’s goals of encouraging greater social justice and condemning corporate greed.

A band of around 30 protesters set off from the steps of St Paul’s on a “Pilgrimage for Justice”, which will see them walking 62 miles to Canterbury Cathedral, staying in churches or camping on open land along the way – all the time spreading the “good word” about their movement.

Among their number were a Catholic priest, a Protestant vicar, a Muslim Imam and a United Reform Church Minister.

Paul Nicolson, and 80-year-old retired priest from the village of Turville in Buckinghamshire, said that the broad aims of the Occupy movement chimed with Christian values.

“I supported them from the moment the first tent went up,” he said. “The government is making laws to make things even harder for the very poorest in our society, who cannot afford to pay their bills or their rent and are now having benefit caps imposed on them. At the same time the richest are getting wealthier and wealthier. It seems self-evident that something has gone very wrong in our democracy.”

The group received a parting blessing from the Right Reverend Michael Colclough, Canon Pastor of St Paul’s who said that “the Cathedral and Occupy were not at odds on the question of justice”. The Dean and Chapter of St Paul’s have been criticised for approving the forced eviction of the Occupy camp earlier this year.

Father Joe Ryan, 65, the parish priest of the church of St John Vianney in north London, said that he had backed the Occupy protesters because it was religion’s role to “give a voice to the voiceless”.

“There was a sign at the Occupy camp here at St Paul’s that said: ’Where would Jesus be?’,” he said. “I thought that Jesus would have been here, with the common person calling for the wellbeing of others.”

Alan Bolwell, 25, a philosophy student at the University of Kent who conceived of the idea of a protest pilgrimage after participating in the occupation of a building at his university over Christmas last year, said that he hoped the pilgrimage would enable traditional religion to find common cause with the Occupy movement: “If every Anglican was an Occupier we would achieve our goals in no time,” he said.





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