protest

5:41pm

Tue October 23, 2012
Politics

Sun, sand, and protest

John Montgomery

There are many ways to support your candidates- or propositions-of-choice before voting on November 6. You can obviously give your time, by volunteering to call potential voters, or handing out leaflets. And campaigns will always welcome the contribution of your hard-earned cash.

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4:14pm

Thu October 4, 2012
Cops & Courts

Oakland City Council enacts controversial public seating rule

Demonstrators hold signs at a vigil for Alan Blueford last May at Oakland's police headquarters.
Flickr user greendoula

On September 18th, an incident cut short an Oakland City Council meeting (see what happened in the video below).

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12:00am

Fri September 14, 2012
Politics

Today on Your Call: Friday Media Roundtable

On today's Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. This week, we’ll have a conversation with investigative journalist Craig Unger about his new book “BOSS ROVE: Inside Karl Rove's Secret Kingdom of Power." We’ll also discuss the media coverage of the attacks on US embassies in Cario and Benghazi, Libya with Financial Times’ Borzou Daragahi. Who is behind these attacks and why? Join us live at 10 or send an email to feedback@yourcallradio.org. Where did you see the best reporting this week? It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you

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9:06am

Wed August 8, 2012
Occupy

Today on Your Call: Does the Occupy movement matter now?

On the next Your Call, we’ll speak with two Occupy Wall Street activists, Jen Waller and Tom Hintze, who have been traveling across the country with their project, Less Wall, More Street -- talking to people about how to fight state repression of protest.  Close to a year after it began, has Occupy changed the conversations we’re having about the economy and our democracy?  Join us at 10am PST or post a comment here.  As the presidential election approaches, will the voices of the 99% be heard?  Up next on Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.

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12:07am

Mon July 30, 2012
National Defense Authorization Act

Today On Your Call: How is the NDAA affecting our right to protest?

On today’s Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the National Defense Authorization Act, which was signed last year by President Obama. The NDAA includes a controversial provision that could authorize the military to indefinitely detain anyone in the US without trial. A judge struck down the law in May. What’s the latest? Join us at 10am PST or post a comment here. Who is being impacted?  It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

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