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Audio Clips from Westlake Center

In Uncategorized on November 7, 2011 at 10:15

Here are some audio clips from Westlake Center.

This is a clip from a woman in her 30’s who was carrying a sign that read “if you make less than $164,000 per year you are part of the 1%.” She looked like a typical suburban soccer mom and was standing with two other protesters at the corner of Westlake Plaza, somewhat apart from the main encampment of Occupy Seattle.

This is a clip from a man in his 30’s (the brother of the woman interviewed above). He looked like a typical Northwest urbanite, dressed in polar pleece and a toque. His sign had an image of Captain America. He describes how he became involved with Occupy Seattle.

This is a second clip from the man interviewed above. In this clip he talks about public perception and media perception of the movement.

This clip is from a young man who was passing out fliers about the idea of moving the encampment to Seattle Central Community College. He looked like a typical NW college student. In this clip he talks about reasons to move to Seattle Central and in this clip he talks about health care.

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