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22 Oct, 2021 06:49

Occupy’s impacts, leftist sent to prison for Facebook post, and the real ‘Squid Game’ 

Journalist Michael Levitin joins Lee Camp on Redacted Tonight VIP to discuss his book ‘Generation Occupy’. Levitin explains how the Occupy Wall Street movement transformed the conversation about power in America to include corrupt/corporate power at the center. The reverberations of Occupy are felt amongst activists in the environmental movement, in Congress with the progressive movement, and in new media outlets and platforms. Then, Naomi Karavani delves into the FBI’s domestic terrorism case against a leftist for a Facebook post he made after the January 6 riots. While rioters are receiving extremely light sentences for participating in the Capitol breach, a Florida yoga teacher will spend almost four years in prison for a Facebook post he never acted upon. Finally, Anders Lee takes a look at the violent 2009 South Korean auto strike that helped inspire the hit Netflix series ‘Squid Game’.

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