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Shot on the front lines and meeting spaces of the Occupy movement in NYC, Boston, and Washington, DC, from the earliest days through the end of January 2012. American Autumn: an Occudoc is an inside looking out view of the occupy movement.


American Autumn: An Occudoc (Official Trailer)

Dennis Trainer Jr.

05 July 12

Shot on the front lines and meeting spaces of the Occupy movement in NYC, Boston, and Washington, DC from the earliest days through the end of January 2012 American Autumn: an Occudoc is an inside looking out view of the occupy movement.
With interviews and insight from key organizers, thinkers and activists including Medea Benjamin, David Degraw, Dr. Margaret Flowers, Lee Camp, Naomi Klein, Nathan Schneider, Ashley Sanders, Vlad Teichberg, Sgt. Shamar Thomas, Dr. Cornel West, Kevin Zeese and many more, writer/ director Dennis Trainor Jr weaves commentary and a fearless style that often puts the viewer right between police and protesters.
To see the whole film go to http://www.occudoc.org/#!home/BlankPage_0.
 

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0 # brux 2012-11-14 03:07
As over the top and wacko as Cornel West is I have followed his career and media appearances for a long long time and he is really great, very sincere and right to the point.

Who is it going to be that can crystalize these very very different people with all kinds of ideas so the Progressive movement can figure out a road to take that will get them larger acceptance in the mainstream culture ... or in other words, what are the problems in the Progressive movement that scare and alienate people, and how can it move past that?

Brother Cornel speaks most eloquently on these issues. It's sad that not every American can seem to be able to see where he is coming from and how intelligent he is.
 
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