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Michael Albert: Can We Escape from Capitalism Without Marxism?

Interview on the conception and then organization of a new economy

Chase Iron Eyes: Free Leonard Peltier: Chase Addresses D.C. Crowd

On behalf of the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, Chase Iron Eyes speaks on the Black Voters Matter stage in Washington, D.C.

Various Contributors: We Are Many

We Are Many is the never-before-told story of the largest demonstration in human history, and how the movement created by a small band of activists changed the world

Noam Chomsky: Understanding Modern America

Interview on how the media landscape has changed in the age of social media, inspiring activist movements, the Republican’s sharp movement toward an insane style of politics, and the dangers of the new Cold War with China

The Linda Lindas: AAPI Heritage Month Kick-off with The Linda Lindas

Please Help ZNet           Source: LA Public Library Celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a mini concert and interview with LA’s own Asian & Latinx teen band The Linda Lindas! This program was made possible by the library’s Future Read Teens and LA Made program funds, with the generous support Read more…

Michael Albert: Yanis Varoufakis in conversation with Michael Albert

Yanis Varoufakis, DiEM25 co-founder and MeRA25 leader, hosts Michael Albert, founder of ZNet, ZCommunications and ZRevolution

Michael Albert: Interview for International Conference

Interview on the Whistleblowing Dissent Accountability Festival

Rashida Tlaib: ‘How many Palestinians have to die for their lives to matter?’

Rep. Tlaib called out U.S. involvement in Israeli violence during this powerful floor speech

Noam Chomsky: Bakunin’s Predictions

Chomsky on Mikhail Bakunin and Power systems

Cornel West: Why Closing Classics Depts. is a Catastrophe

Interview on why classics must remain in the curriculum

Katrina Kozarek: The Che Guevara Commune (Part 2)

Interview on the Che Guevara Commune’s economic development has improved its political reach and impact on the local community

Katrina Kozarek: The Che Guevara Commune (Part 1)

Interview on Che Guevara Commune in Mérida State

Noam Chomsky: The Biden Administration and the Middle East

Interview on the Biden administration’s Middle East policies, explores elements of continuity and change in US policy towards the region after the Trump years

The Juice Media: News Corp Bargaining Code

Juice Media’s hilarious expose of the Australian government’s new media legislation that allows News Corp in on Big Tech’s action

Bernie Sanders: Amazon Workers in Alabama Are Fighting for a Union

The fight you are waging will send a message to workers all across the country that if they stand up, stand together, and fight, they can win

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: AOC Explains Why the Green New Deal Is Necessary

A look at the tenets of the Green New Deal and how important they are especially after the winter storm in Texas

Joseph Herscher: How to Pass the Salt While Maintaining Proper Social Distance

Solving everyday problems using familiar objects in unfamiliar ways

Vincent Emanuele: Indiana Activist with a Community Center gets things done

Interview on sociopolitical issues that needlessly divide us

Skip and Cedella Marley: Get Up Stand Up feat. Skip and Cedella Marley

We invite you to enjoy this 2020 Song Around The World rendition of “Get Up Stand Up” that premiered during our recent Peace Through Music global event

Ron Haviv: A City Under Occupation

Twenty-five thousand National Guard troops arrive in D.C. for Joe Biden’s inauguration, more than three times the number present at Trump’s inauguration

Bernie Sanders: Congress Is Going To Have To Rise Up And Be Extremely Bol

Interview on the troubling prospect that members of Congress may have aided the Capitol insurrectionists and he lays out an ambitious agenda for the new Senate

Michael Albert: A Better World is Possible

Interview on what kind of world could come after capitalism

Vice News: Where Did QAnon Come From?

Investigating the who, what, and why behind the QAnon conspiracy movement to understand its radicalizing impact on society, in the wake of the Capitol riots

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: What happens after the Capitol attacks?

Congress must vote to impeach and remove Donald Trump. This isn’t a complicated vote. It’s a matter of right or wrong. You’re either with the People or you’re with that mob.

Michael Albert: Does Parecon Escape the Logic of Capitalism?

An interview on participatory economics

George Monbiot: Brexit: Capitalism’s Civil War

“Farage and his ilk are just tools of something much bigger & much deeper than they are”

Michael Albert: Participatory Economics 101 | Pt. 2

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

Noam Chomsky: Internationalism or Extinction

A Landmark Lecture by Noam Chomsky

Bernie Sanders: People Are Suffering ‘In A Way We Have Not Seen Since The Great Depression’

ndependent Senator Bernie Sanders discusses the need for Congress to pass a new coronavirus stimulus bill and the importance of the upcoming Senate race in Georgia

Scott N: The War at Home – Rebellion

A history of class war in the U.S.

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

Rob Johnson: Community Organizing 101, Democratic Socialists of America, and Politics After Trump

Please Help ZNet Source: PARC Media   Rob Johnson is an Amtrak worker and member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, lifelong Hoosier, and organizer who lives in Michigan City, Indiana. Rob organizes with OURMC | Organized & United Residents of Michigan CIty and Northwest Indiana Democratic Socialists of America.

Leonard Cohen: Democracy

A Spadecaller video featuring the visual arts of Matthew Schwartz in accompaniment with Leonard Cohen’s song, Democracy

Andrew Feinstein: I Lost 39 Members of My Family in the Holocaust, Jeremy Corbyn is No Antisemite

“As the son of a holocaust survivor I find the use of antisemitism to fight political battles hard to stomach”

Julie Matthaei: Dump Trump AND!!!

We need to do everything we can to Dump Trump — AND continue to push for the system change that we need

Michael Albert: Today’s World

Interview on a variety of topics

The Juice Media: Honest Government Ad–Qanon

Another brilliant piece of satire by Juice Media exposing the conspiracy, inside the conspiracy, you didn’t know you were in. Very funny, very scary

Roy Zimmerman: “Vote Him Away #3

The Liar Tweets Tonight

Resistance Revival Chorus: “All You Fascists Bound To Lose”

Let this single and the rest of our album be your soundtrack to defeating fascism at the polls on Nov. 3 — and marching in the streets afterwards if the white nationalists in the White House don’t like the results

Daniel Ellsberg:

Daniel Ellsberg expects to have a lot of oppositional activity ahead of him in the next 4 years, no matter who is president. He, like many of us on the left, would rather battle Joe Biden in the White House

Bob Dylan: For Trump, Masters of War

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Michael Albert: The Next American Revolution & Revolutionary Participatory Society 2044

Source: Politics Art Roots Culture – Media Michael Albert is an American economist, speaker, writer, and political critic. Since the late 1970s, he has published books, articles, and other contributions on a wide array of subjects. He is known for helping to develop the socioeconomic theory of participatory economics. In 1965, Albert was studying physics Read more…

Jim Hightower: #VoteTrumpOut

Trump is destroying the lives of working people and killing America’s progressive possibilities

Extinction Rebellion: Stories From The Rebellion

The right wing media is a barrier to the truth, failing to reflect the scale and urgency of the crisis and hold governments to account

Extinction Rebellion: Non-Violent Direct Action – Method or Madness?

Non-Violent Direct Action has worked at points throughout history but does that mean it can work for Extinction Rebellion now?

Bernie Sanders: Bernie Sanders’ Full Speech At The 2020 DNC

Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke at the 2020 Democratic National Convention, saying that even though he did not receive the nomination “our movement continues.”

Michael Albert: MIT, Secret Societies, and Powerful Institutions

Interview on experiences at MIT and the social grooming that takes place within powerful and secretive institutions (the sort that mold elites)

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II: A Multi-Racial Coalition Is Necessary For This Moment

Interview on seizing this moment with a broad-based, multi-racial movement to change an ‘impoverished democracy.’

Naomi Klein: Naomi Klein on Juice Podcast

Interview on the lessons we’re learning during this historic period, Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, and why the liberals are going to get us all killed

Sam Gindin: Canadian Workers Fight to Nationalize GM Plant

In Oshawa Ontario, workers organize for a public takeover an unused GM plant to produce electric vehicles or supplied to fight the pandemic

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