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Pirate Podcasts – Episode 11: The importance of causing a stir

Terra Friedrichs is a former selectman from Acton, Massachusetts. She talks about her experience on the board, using a town’s permitting authority as a negotiating tool, municipal rights, the importance of doing your homework, and not being afraid to put corporations on the spot. Terra also talks about her no-money campaign for the Massachusetts state senate in 2016, and the difference between big P and little p progressives.

This talk was recorded at the Democracy Center in Cambridge Massachusetts, on November 12th 2016, during the Massachusetts Pirate Party’s “run local” campaign.

You can listen below, or download the podcast from the Internet Archive.

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