Published on Mar 10, 2012
Doo-Occupy is musical activism intended to support, unite and inspire socio-economic causes of the 99% through the uplifting power of music. Anyone can do it, anywhere, anytime. You cannot arrest the movement that music stirs in your heart, so you may as well sing and dance along!
To find out more visit: www.doo-occupy.org
This music video was created as part of the Doo-Occupy, Bail Out America project, a collaboration between the Backbone Campaign (http://BackboneCampaign.org) and Vermont Doo-Occupier, Ariel Zevon, to promote trainings and actions in Washington DC around the housing crisis and other causes of the 99%.
Our hope is to provide focus and capacity to the emerging populist uprising. We wish to help amplify its power through inspiring movement-building campaigns that are rooted in communities and deliver victories that make a material difference in people's lives.
Through this we will grow our movement from the power we have to the power we need to transform society and establish a new social contract based not on citizenship or property, but on universal human rights.
Thanks to all our allies for joining the fun.
Check out our Podcasts and Organizer Resources:
Bail Out America - Occupy Our Homes
Student Debt Jubilee - Why Higher Education Ought to be Free
Ariel Zevon - Lead Vocal, Writer, and Co-Producer
Phil Carr - Drums
John Rovetto - Bass
Max Bronstein-Paritz - Guitar
Bennett Shapiro, Mad Tech Sound - Sound Engineer
Adam Woogmaster - Back Up vocals and music coordination
Brandon German provided action footage from City Life /Vida Urbana actions in Boston
Eric Perlman - Video editor extrordinaire
Bill Moyer - Co-Producer