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 Notes on Pulling Down the Sky 
 Urban organizing from an anarchist perspective
 Regular Show
 James Tracy
 Sage  
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James Tracy is editor of The Civil Disobedience Handbook. He works with the Coalition on Homelessness and Right to a Roof in San Francisco. A talk and discussion on organizing on poverty and homelessness, gentrification, and some of Tracy's spoken wo
Producer: Sage sage@riseup.net
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James Tracy's book is "The Civil Disobedience Handbook: A Brief History and Practical Advice for the Politically Disenchanted" published by <a href=http://www.manicdpress.com/>Manic D Press</a>. Intro music is the band <a href=http://www.strikeanywhere.org/>Strike Anywhere</a>. This talk was recorded at the <a href=http://www.tao.ca/~lucyparsons/>Lucy Parsons Center</a> in Boston. Please send me an email if you broadcast this or if you appreciate it. This is my first program on the A-Infos Radio Project. sage@riseup.net

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spoken word piece 1: new glass currency standard  00:01:19  32Kbps mp3
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spoken word piece 2: the second coming of mike dorn  00:01:46  32Kbps mp3
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spoken word piece 3: the city that never existed  00:02:30  32Kbps mp3
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