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CKUT Radio: Understanding the Crash co-author Eric Laursen

listen to interview with writer/activist Eric Laursen

by Stefan Christoff

graphic from Understanding the Crash
graphic from Understanding the Crash

Listen to an interview with writer/activist Eric Laursen co-author of Understanding the Crash, a graphic book on the financial crisis in the US. This interview details stories of community organizing and popular resistance to the fallout of the US financial crisis in recent years, stories that are detailed in the recently published book Understanding the Crash illustrated by Seth Tobocman.

Also in this interview Laursen speaks about his recently released book The People's Pension released by AK Press.

In this interview writer/activist Eric Laursen speaks also about popular actions currently taking place in the US to defend peoples homes from evitions, specifically in Brooklyn, as linked to the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Also Laursen comments from a US perspective on the current student strike in Quebec.

Eric Laursen will launch Understanding the Crash in Montreal at Howl! V with illustrator Seth Tobocman on 06/04 at La Plante, 185 Van Horne, full info

Read a review of Understanding the Crash on Art Threat at

Info on the People's Pension at

This interview was conducted by journalist / community activist Stefan Christoff who is live at


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Stefan Christoff is a Montreal-based journalist, community organizer and musician.

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