Stacey Phillips describes himself as a pragmatic activist wizened in the ways the wheels of commerce turn. He is an organizer of the Occupy movement in Salem, Oregon. Stacey talks about big money in politics and his trip to New York City to participate in the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. He takes us through some of the movements successes over its first year, including the Occupy Ports that he helped to organize that resulted in a major work stoppage that shut down the Portland Terminal in solidarity with port protests along the entire West Coast. Stacey also shares the story of fellow Salem resident Doug Boone who is making a cross country walk carrying a Congressional Medal of Honor on behalf of Veterans against war.
Higinio Ochoa on hacker culture, being an Anonymous hacktivist and getting arrested by the FBI, and ideas about the future of the Internet. Higinio "w0rmer" Ochoa was once (...)
Jeremy Hammond is a member of the hacktivist network Anonymous, and a gifted computer programer whose case has attracted the attention of activists, civil libertarians and (...)
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"Grime is a new vehicle for political resistance in the UK and I’m about to grab the steering wheel." Potent Whisper is reputed for using rhyme to create discussion and (...)