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Audio from AFSC

We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week; and comment on the proposed Ohio bill to extend the freeze of green energy standards for 3 more years, the comparison of Wall Street executive and employee pay vs low income workers, and the recent Democracy Awakening and Democracy Spring DC march, rallies and arrests (Length 34:04)
We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week and interview David Cobb, Move to Amend National Outreach Director and principal of the Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy on his “barnstorming” speaking tour in Ohio, elections, social movements, corporate rule, race and oppression, and the Move to Amend 10 year plan for ending corporate constitutional rights and money as speech (Length: 45:12). 
Interview of David Cobb, Move to Amend National Outreach Director and principal of the Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy on his “barnstorming” speaking tour in Ohio, elections, social movements, corporate rule, race and oppression, and the Move to Amend 10 year plan for ending corporate constitutional rights and money as speech. 
We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week; and interview George Friday, national Move to Amend Leadership Team member and Field Organizer of the national Bill of Rights Defense Committee on Move to Amend, corporate rule, money in elections, social movements, race, class and her recent speaking tour in Ohio (Length 39.16).
Interview of George Friday, national Move to Amend Leadership Team member and Field Organizer of the national Bill of Rights Defense Committee – on Move to Amend, corporate rule, money in elections, social movements, race, class and her recent speaking tour in Ohio. 
We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week; and comment on the corporatization/privatization of collecting court fines, the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision abolishing aggregate political contribution limits, downward economic trends, and the latest Ohio community to take action calling for an end to corporate personhood (Length 37:32).
We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week and interview Nathan Rutz, Organizer for the Communities United for Responsible Energy, a project of the Ohio Organizing Collaborative, on proposal of First Energy Corporation before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to increase fees to pay for their obsolute and polluting power plants (length: 38:43). 
Interview with Nathan Rutz, Organizer for the Communities United for Responsible Energy, a project of the Ohio Organizing Collaborative, on proposal of First Energy Corporation before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to increase fees to pay for their obsolute and polluting power plants. 
Hear from Steve Tamari on the recent increase in violence in Palestine and Israel, BDS as a nonviolent tool for social change, and how Friends can help to end the occupation of Palestine through economic activism. Steve is an Associate Professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and serves on the Steering Committee for the Quaker Palestine/Israel Network.
We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week; and comment on this week’s elections in Ohio and elsewhere — the trends beneath them and the implications for social change organizing (Length 36:58).

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