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Get Ready: Naomi Klein on Occupy, the tar sands pipeline, and the economy


On Dec. 1, Naomi Klein joined "Occupy Condos: Take the Pantages!" to show support for affordable housing in the DTES.

After the march, members of Occupy Vancouver media team were able to sit down with Naomi and capture her thoughts on the Occupy Movement, the tar sands pipeline, and how to prepare for the largest economic shock yet.

Naomi Klein - interview with Occupy Vancouver from Ian MacKenzie on Vimeo.

Editorial Notes: One of the best analyses I've seen. More by Ian MacKenzie at http://www.ianmack.com/ . "Ian MacKenzie is a filmmaker based in Vancouver, BC. He shoots video journalism, documentary films, and original webseries. He also blogs about pop culture, new media, philosophy, and religion." -BA

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