Police Cuts, Ideology of Ecology and Art from Social Housing (E217)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on police cuts, transformations in green politics and social housing art. The chair of the 123,000-member Police Federation of England and Wales, Steve White, talks about rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons, plus what will more austerity mean for the police? McKenzie Wark, author and professor of culture and media in liberal studies at The New School for Social Research in New York, talks about his latest book, "Molecular Red - The Theory for Anthropocene" that transforms the ideological battlefield that is the ecological crisis. Plus, as Hackney Council in East London moves to criminalize the homeless, we speak to East London artist Frank Laws, who's made social housing his subject.
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