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 Global Research News Hour 
 Global research News Our episode 140
 Weekly Program
 Micah White, Michael Welch, Derrick Broze, Donald Benham
 CKUW news  
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The art and architecture of successful activism is the featured topic in this week's Global Research News Hour.

In the first half hour, after the news notes segment, we hear an interview with Houston-based freelance journalist and community activist Derrick Broze. In a twenty minute interview with broadcaster Chris Cook, Broze elaborates on his involvement with independent journalism and its value, he expands on the concept of Conscious Resistance, the patterns of thinking society enables to keep us imprisoned, and the true meaning of anarchism and where it connects with spirituality. This interview was originally aired January 6, 2016 on Victoria based radio station CFUV 101.9FM during the program Gorilla Radio (Tune in every Wednesday from 1-2pm Pacific time)

We devote the final half hour to Occupy Wall street founder and author Micah White. Between an interview with the Global Research News Hour, and an evening talk with Winnipeg-based anti-poverty activist Donald Benham, White expands on his views on all aspects of resistance and struggle, from the success and failure of Occupy, to the enabling of ineffective protest, to where the next revolutionary moments are likely to present themselves.
Interviews by Michael Welch
Event audio courtesy of CKUW News Contributor Susan Huebert

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