Local Media Show: Occupy History: Newsreel Collective

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Roz Payne, Archivist and John Douglas, Filmmaker and co-founder of the Newsreel Collective discuss the role of alternative media during the public uprisings of the 1960's and 1970's against the Viet Nam War and in support of economic justice. They discuss the current Occupy movement(s) and reflect on how history repeats itself as long as capitalism remains the dominant economic order.

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