Category: Reimagining Society

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Vincent Emanuele: A Lonely Christmas in Texas

To date, 330,000+ Americans and 1.41 million additional humans have lost their lives due to this predictable, preventable, vicious, and indifferent virus. The best way to properly remember their lives is by taking care of the living

Josh Schoolar: Working for the revolution in Rojava

Interview on the political and military upheaval taking place in Rojava and northern Syria from the perspective of someone who not only witnessed the struggle but was an active participant

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Noam Chomsky: Internationalism or Extinction

A Landmark Lecture by Noam Chomsky

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Vijay Prashad: The Revolutionaries, When They Rise, Care for Nothing but Love

For a few months in 2010-2011, the ‘suffocating certainty’ that there is no future was set aside; a decade later, the people on the streets seek a future that is a break from the insufferable present

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Norman Solomon: Divisions in Democratic Party Based on Interest, Not Tactics

How can a progressive movement grow strong enough to force the Biden administration to deliver on a more democratic-socialist and non-militarist agenda?

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Laura Carlsen: For U.S.-Mexico Relations, The Real Hope Lies with Energized Social Movements

The real hope doesn’t lie with the governments but in recognizing the power and vision of progressive grassroots organizing

Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis: Pandemic Lessons for the Rest of Us

Or Vaccine Thinking Applied to All of American Life

David Gallup: Building Global Unity through Tolerance and Universal Rights

For our continued existence on our home planet and for a potential interstellar existence, we must realize what it means to be world citizens who exercise tolerance in all aspects of our lives

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Vincent Emanuele: How to change

An interview about change — how it’s made, how it’s thwarted, and what to do about those it terrifies

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Michael Albert: On Participatory Economics, Pt. 1

‘What do you want?’ is a constant query put to economic and globalization activists decrying current poverty, alienation, and degradation

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