Breaking The Set: Stop & Frisk Coming to Oakland, Tatiana Moroz Performs, Egypt’s Next Stage of Revolution

January 29th, 2013

(RussiaToday) – On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks to Sahar Aziz, Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, about protests in Egypt, post revolution reforms and the emerging opposition against the Muslim Brotherhood. BTS then addresses and responds to some of the recent viewer feedback for the show. Then, there is an in studio performance from Tatiana Moroz, liberty activist and songwriter, who performs a song called ‘Playing the Cards’ from her new EP entitled ‘Love and Liberty’. BTS wraps up the show by highlighting Finnish street artist Sampsa for spreading awareness about unjust copyright laws through art, and calls out William Bratton, former LA police chief and proponent of ‘Stop and Frisk’ for contracting advice to bring Oakland’s crime rate down.

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