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Video of Cornel West at March and His Arrest at the US Supreme Court

Monday, 17 October 2011 04:03 By Kevin Zeese, Truthout | Video

Dr. Cornel West on a spontaneous march to the U.S. Supreme Court after his speech to the occupiers at Freedom Plaza. His speech on the steps of the Supreme Court followed by his arrest.

Kevin Zeese

Kevin Zeese is an organizer with Popular Resistance. Popular Resistance is our primary project, Its Our Economy, Creative Resistance and our radio show are all projects of Popular Resistance. Zeese is also an attorney who has been a political activist since graduating from George Washington Law School in 1980.  He works on peace, economic justice, criminal law reform and reviving American democracy.  His twitter is @KBZeese.


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Video of Cornel West at March and His Arrest at the US Supreme Court

Monday, 17 October 2011 04:03 By Kevin Zeese, Truthout | Video

Dr. Cornel West on a spontaneous march to the U.S. Supreme Court after his speech to the occupiers at Freedom Plaza. His speech on the steps of the Supreme Court followed by his arrest.

Kevin Zeese

Kevin Zeese is an organizer with Popular Resistance. Popular Resistance is our primary project, Its Our Economy, Creative Resistance and our radio show are all projects of Popular Resistance. Zeese is also an attorney who has been a political activist since graduating from George Washington Law School in 1980.  He works on peace, economic justice, criminal law reform and reviving American democracy.  His twitter is @KBZeese.


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