Occupy Maine TV, or "OMTV" is a journal of the Occupy movement in Maine. We want to share the real story of the people, for the people, and by the people. OMTV documents the struggle of the 99%, our resistance to sociopathic greed, environmental devastation, and the overt theft of our civil rights.
OMTV hopes you will join us in Independant or "Citizen Journalism." We feel that we all have a responsibility to document these historic times. Please submit media of any type which you feel may be valuable, not only our history, but our "Now". Remember, Video, Photo, Audio, Music, Word. Any media can be applied to Occupy Maine's website, and to OMTV's media production.
We hope you will participate with us, and engage your neighbors,(They are the 99%) as we document these historic times.
Check out this new video (about 5 minutes long). The first part is our first ever "music video". The second part is an abbreviated version of the Summer Camp Weekend Preview. Enjoy! And we'll see you this weekend in Kennebunkport!
In this edition, Brian Leonard will cover the final GA in the Dome at Lincoln Park with attorney John Branson explaining the court judgement against Occupy. Bob Klotz interviews environmentalist Bill McKibben, and Regis Tremblay comments on the future of Occupy and why the movement is here to stay.
This is the third edition of Occupy Maine TV with stories on the few and hearty who are still occupying Lincoln Park in downtown Portland; the historic Portland City Council resolution calling for the end of Citizens United; the Martin Luther King celebrations; and the Occupy Portland skit presented at the Occupy NH Primary.