Options The Media Squat with Douglas Rushkoff: Playlist from May 18, 2009 Options

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Options May 18, 2009

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Artist Track
Douglas Rushkoff  Theme: "Town and Country"   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Interview, Barbara Lorie   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Barbara Lorie has taken full advantage of the 8 decades she's been around: worked with the civil rights movement in the 50's and through the 60's, 70's and 80's as a teacher, community organizer, an   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  environmental activist She has taken the lead on issues from swine waste to recycling and race. And emerged as a major political and social force in the state of North Carolina.   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  About 15 years ago, she and four of her friends began to question the conventional nuclear family model - not in the sense of swinging - but as a social and economic construct.   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  They bought 64 acres of land and formed an intentional community now called Blue Heron Farm. Built to last, the community is still going strong, and modeling sustainability on many levels at once.   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Tell me about Blue Heron Farm. The story of what got you there. How does intentional community work?   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  $ for sewers is the bottom line   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Nobody Goes to Wall*Mart :-)   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Tractor and cars magic (and water quality engineer.)   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Scalability is posible   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Saving money and living a decent life   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Rea; World pressures and her perspective   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  smalll groups and supporting each other   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  Freneticism is NOT the answer.   Options
calixco  Alone Again   Options
Douglas Rushkoff  MIQUELA CRAYTOR exec director of SUSTAINABLE SOUTH BRONX, live in studio   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  What is it? how did it start. Main project areas. Greatest successes, biggest surprises   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Green design & manufgacturing   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Nightmare in the South Bronx?   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Offering and implementing a solution.   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  support is impressive   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  How does something like the Bronx happen?   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  used to be a walk to work community   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  WW II saw theb Bronx left behind   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor   
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Hunt Point inequities   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Soklid Waste management plan   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Upper East side "stallers"   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Redevelopping the environment   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Green Jobs is a hopeful path   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  It has to be a social enterprise   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Intangible benefits   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  heating costs drop with a green roof   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Pollution contributes to GNP. How do we reverse that?   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Crisis brings opportunity   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Building a future instead of spinning your wheels   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Create opportunities   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Its NOT about sacrifice, its about extending yourself   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Charter school VS "theb elite"   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  its about creating systemic change   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Its about creating oppportunity   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Its about enlarging the pie   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Itys aboutc the transformative power   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Its about people (groups are at another level)   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Website to follow   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Acceptance of people who were left behind   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  The south BNronx is the result of a process of bad decisions   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Thing must STAYbetter for the residents   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Spreading the word (evangelism)   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Policies versus the antagonists   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Sustainable South Bronx website: http://www.ssbx....   Options
  Sustainable South Bronx website: http://www.ssbx.org  
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Grant Application   Options
Douglas Rushkoff & Miquela Craytor  Bock Party in the plan   Options

Listener comments!

  Mon. 5/18/09 7:47pm Janine:

Check out Doug's new film
http://www.vimeo.com/4655092
  Mon. 5/18/09 7:49pm Janine:

Sustainable South Bronx website:
http://www.ssbx.org/

(our current guest)
  Mon. 5/18/09 7:52pm Janine:

201-209-9368
call us
  Mon. 5/18/09 8:01pm rob w:

Great stuff. I notice on the website the possibility of removing a bit of I-895, a bit of the Robert Moses legacy. In addition to the obvious benefits, there would be a certain symbolic value there re: transforming the South Bronx - !
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