WNV editor Nathan Schneider appeared on WBAI’s Occupy Wall Street Radio yesterday evening for a half-hour interview with Eve Silber. They discussed the early planning meetings for the Occupy movement, what Occupy means for families and Nathan’s forthcoming book, Thank You, Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse.
Listen to the full show here:
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