KMUZ Rebroadcast: We the People Rising Up

This week The Forum on KMUZ will run the Thomas Linzey We the People Rising Up talk.

Listening options

This is a great opportunity to introduce friends, family and other associates to the community rights movement.  You can always watch the video on Vimeo, linked from our Resources page.

Video: We the People Rising Up

We now have the video from the fantastic talk that Thomas Linzey gave in Eugene on June 4!   The event was very well-attended.

The presentation is available via our Resources page.

It comes in two parts:

Pt. I – We the People Rising Up, by Thomas Linzey:

Pt. II – ORCRN update from Ann Kneeland, Audrey Moore and Clint Lindsey:

A big thanks goes to

  1. Cheryle and Neal for capturing and producing Thomas Linzey’s talk in Eugene on June 4th along with the post-talk presentations by Ann from Lane, Audrey from Josephine, and Clint from Benton.
  2. Community Rights Lane County in Eugene and the Oregon Community Rights Network (OCRN) for sponsoring and organizing the event.

Coming Soon!

We are working on an audio-only version that will air during The Forum on KMUZ, so stay tuned for that announcement!

Thomas Linzey Speaking in Eugene June 4th!

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We the People Rising Up: Rejecting Corporate Control One Community at a Time

Date: Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Time: 7:30 pm

Location: The Shedd Institute 868 High St. Eugene, OR

Fee: Free ($10 suggested donation)


Everyday people in 200 communities across the United States are beginning to rewrite American constitutional law to elevate the right of local, community self-government above corporate “rights” and powers.

Come listen to the stories of how these communities, spread across eight states including Oregon, are stepping forward to assert their right to say “no” to GMOs, pesticides, fracking, corporate water withdrawal, and harmful energy projects.

This is the beginning of a new civil rights movement forging its way towards state and federal constitutional change that will liberate communities from corporate control in order to protect the rights of people and nature.

Thomas Linzey short bio:

Thomas Linzey is an attorney and the Executive Director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF). His work has been featured in the New York TimesLos Angeles TimesMother JonesThe Nation, and he was named, in 2007, as one of Forbes’ magazines’ “Top Ten Revolutionaries.”

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