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 Occupy the Airwaves! 
 OWNY's house raided. Why is the city trying to prevent them from fixing up an old house? Doesn't this benefit the city?
 Regular Show
 Buffy Lo, Mr. Jay
 Occupy Buffalo, Occupy Yourself  
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
Occupy Buffalo was evicted nearly three weeks ago from Niagara Square. Now just a few days ago, Occupy WNY was barred from continuing to fix up an old, abandoned, inner-city house. Why? Doesn't benefit everyone in the city when a group of activists get together and start rebuilding an old, abandoned home? The city has been allowing a large number of homes to remain abandoned and deteriorate. Meanwhile, a large number of Americans continue to lose their homes and find themselves homeless and/or jobless. Buffalo, NY remains one of the poorest cities in the country. Why can't the city of Buffalo allow, even encourage, these activists to help rebuild poor neighborhoods?
Buffy Lo, announcer/host, Mr. Jay, cohost, Meria Cairns, producer, poor people and working-class people and ALL people who hope for a better future for everyone--rich and poor and in-between.

 Feb. 19th broadcast--Occupy Western NY house raided Download Program Podcast
occupiers rebuilding an abandoned, inner-city house were barred from re-entering and rebuilding. Why?
01:00:00 English 2012-02-19
 under the deep, dark recesses of an old, dirty cave beneath a NY pizza joint...or perhaps your subconscious mind...
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