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Fundraiser special 2/6!

February 6, 2012
Monday, February 6, 2012
9PM-11PM EST


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Dear friends,

Please join us on Monday night for a special two-hour show featuring the editors and contributors to Occupy! Scenes from Occupied America (Verso Press, 2011). Timely and engaging, Occupy! offers firsthand accounts of the early days of Occupy Wall Street in New York and sites around the country. As the movement took shape, participants debated goals, structure, and tactics and planned actions that would change the national conversation about injustice and inequality. We'll speak with a cross-section of contributors to Occupy, whose essays analyze the role of organized labor in the movement, describe what it's like to attend a General Assembly, and argue for the necessity of a racial analysis within OWS.

Guests will include:

Sarah Leonard, editor at Dissent and The New Inquiry
Kung Li, former executive director of the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta
Manissa Maharawal, writer, activist, and graduate student at the CUNY Graduate Center
Sarah Resnick, senior editor at Triple Canopy
Nikil Saval, associate editor of n+1
Astra Taylor, director of the documentary films Zizek! and Examined Life

You can receive your own copy of Occupy! Scenes from Occupied America by calling us on Monday night and pledging your support for Asia Pacific Forum and WBAI. Your generous contribution helps to ensure that our progressive coverage of Asia and Asian America stays on the air, from in-depth analysis of grassroots voices and political change to cutting-edge arts and culture. Please spread the word, tune in on Monday, and call in with your pledge at 212-209-2950. If you prefer to donate online, you can do so here. Be sure to check off "Asia Pacific Forum" as the show you would like to be associated with your donation.


Streaming live at WBAI 99.5 FM, New York City

Podcasting at Asia Pacific Forum