Listen to entire program here: On Friday we touched base with author Al Sandine who I spoke with last year about his book, The Taming of the American Crowd. Al Sandine. Click image for author’s website According to the review, the book explained “…how the crowd as an active subject of change—often positive, sometimes … Continue reading Nov 25: Author Al Sandine and the Occupy movement; Zack from Occupy Detroit.
Here the program by clicking here: On April 13 I interviewed Al Sandine from his home in San Francisco. He is the author of The Taming of the American Crowd: From Stamp Riots to Shopping Sprees. We started off talking about his work as an independent researcher. His bio describes him as having been a”…millworker, … Continue reading April 21: Conversation with Al Sandine
Listen to entire program here: We’re wrapping up another year – one that saw a major shift in Canadian politics with the federal election that allowed Stephen Harper to gain an absolute majority in Parliament. The provincial election saw the liberals gain the skimpiest of majorities with a one seat edge over the other parties. … Continue reading Dec. 31: Year end program goes local to global with Tewodros Asfaw and Ken Lewenza Jr.
Listen to entire program here: October 15 marked the one year anniversary of the global call to support Occupy Wall St. Activists in cities around the world responded including those in Windsor who set up a modest encampment of three tents at Senator Croll Park which grew to about thirty in weeks following. In this … Continue reading Oct. 12, 2012: Occupy one year on: a retrospective on Occupy Detroit & Occupy Windsor