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Labor Express Radio

Jerry Mead - Lucero

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Labor Express Radio is Chicago's only English language labor news and current affairs radio program. “News for working people, by working people.” Our program covers issues in the labor movement locally, nationally, and internationally. The program also addresses issues of concern to working people such as housing, education, health care, immigrants rights, the environment and U.S. foreign policy, from a working class viewpoint. Labor Express Radio airs Sunday nights at 8:00 PM on Chicago's ...
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Haymarket Originals is a new home for audio deep dives, by and for the left—brought to you by Haymarket Books. The first Haymarket Originals project is FRAGILE JUGGERNAUT: WHAT WAS THE CIO? Through a limited run of twenty episodes, a group of labor historians and organizers will revisit the near-mythical history of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)—and the high water mark of US labor activity in the 1930s and 1940s—in the context of today’s critical juncture in the labor movemen ...
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”Communicating with You, the Member” is a podcast from APWU President Mark Dimondstein that will get you the latest news and updates about our union’s fights for the welfare of postal workers but also underscores the pivotal role they play in delivering a vital public service. By fostering dialogue and knowledge-sharing, this podcast ushers in a new era of discourse, solidifying our union’s commitment to growing the labor movement and the advancement of postal excellence. Tune in and learn m ...
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laborvision

James D Dennis

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Laborvision podcast is a place to discuss the labor movement and how everyone is affected by it. You will hear from organized labor, unorganized labor, Community Activists, elected officials, faith-based organizations, Folks in leadership and you the people. Folks will be able to tell us what they believe and why they believe. We don’t have to agree but listen to their point of view.
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Saturday Night Live w/ PhillyLabor Radio” is a weekly talk radio show hosted by Business Manager of the Philadelphia Building Trades, Phila. AFL-CIO Pres, Pat Eiding, Joe Doc Jr and Joe Krause that airs every Saturday night from 7pm to 8pm on Philadelphia’s legendary talk radio station 1210 WPHT and presents an insider’s look at the Philadelphia area labor movement.
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Solidarity Radio

Union Underground

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Solidarity Radio is a labor movement podcast brought to you by Union Underground. Recorded in Denver, CO and hosted by Ted James & Jay-Dao, we bring you an inside perspective on organized labor and the struggle for social and economic justice in the United States. Grassroots organizing. Worker uprising. Next level. #1uu
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The Upsurge

Teddy Ostrow

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The Upsurge is a podcast about the future of the American labor movement, produced by Teddy Ostrow & Ruby Walsh, in partnership with In These Times & The Real News Network.
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Where worker's stories are front and center, this is On the Picket Line.Everyday, workers across the globe are rising up to defend their humanity and fight for their dignity on the job. As the class struggle advances, the stories of workers are front and center here. Tune in for your weekly labor news, analysis and history. This is On the Picket Line with Monica Cruz.
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Trickle-Down Socialism

Pat Donohue, Dan Goldsbury, and C$ Burns

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Welcome to Trickle-Down Socialism, where we discuss how the US currently has a system of socialism for the super rich and corporations, we try to defang the term “socialism” and explore how government, with a major shift in priorities, could be a force for good in all of our lives. Capitalism kills, economic justice, campaign finance reform, Progressive politics, Labor Unions, Labor Movement Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/trickledownsocialism/support
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Global Capitalism

Democracy at Work - Richard D. Wolff

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Global Capitalism (GC) is a live virtual event featuring Richard D. Wolff. These programs begin with short updates on important economic events of the last months, then Prof Wolff examines a larger topic. Through this series, we hope to develop all participants’ understanding and ability to explain current economic events and trends to others.
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Communists of America

Revolutionary Communists of America

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We are America’s communist generation. The Revolutionary Communists of America are a product of this new period in history. We are here for the complete overthrow of capitalism. If you consider yourself a communist, if you’re committed to carrying out a revolution in our lifetime, this is your podcast. Learn more and join the party at communistusa.org.
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Perhaps you've heard about pension reform on the news? Multiemployer benefit funds provide retirement, paid sick leave, vacation, and other paid benefits to millions of middle and working-class Americans and retirees, but these funds are complex. Join Traci Dority-Shanklin, the client and union advocate with over 20 years of managing Taft-Hartley funds, as she navigates the complex world of Taft-Hartley and speaks with the experts who help guide these plans. Guests will share the latest deve ...
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Global Capitalism: Live Economic Update

Democracy at Work - Richard D. Wolff

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Global Capitalism: Live Economic Update is a series of live lectures by Richard D. Wolff in New York City. Programs begin with 45 minutes of updates on recent events, then a Q&A session with the live audience. We hope to develop all participants’ understanding and ability to explain current economic events and trends to others.
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McCormack Speaks

McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies

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A public and global affairs radio show and podcast, brought to you by The McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at UMass Boston; committed to student success in an equitable world, and broadcast exclusively on WUMB Radio. In depth public interest conversations include; inequality, urban issues, education in the 21st century, governance, foreign affairs, diversity, public service and policy careers, and more.
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They changed the world. So can you. Each week, award-winning journalist Aarti Shahani meets fascinating humans who've done big things. They answer two questions: (1) How does power work in the real world, anyway? (2) How has wielding power changed you? The movement begins here. Listen now. Let your volcano erupt.
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The Listen, Organize, Act podcast focuses on the history and contemporary practice of community organizing and democratic politics. Alongside this specific focus are two others: the first is to explore how organizing connects democracy and religion, particularly at a local level; the second is to explore the visions and practices that shape small 'd,' participatory democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns. Through a series of conversations with folk who live and b ...
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Macro N Cheese

Steve D Grumbine MS, MBA, PMP, PSM1, ITIL

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Macroeconomics has never been so ... delish! Macro and Cheese explores the progressive movement through the lens of Modern Monetary Theory, with hot and irreverent political takes, spotlights in activism, and the razor sharp musings of Real Progressives Founder and host Steve Grumbine. The cheese will flow as experts come in for a full, four course deep dive into the hot queso. Comfort Food for Thought!
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Join me, Your Birth Bestie, a certified nurse midwife, birth doula, childbirth educator, and mom of 3 girls, as I share practical tips, personal stories, and honest advice to help you have an informed and empowering birth experience. From baby bump to delivery room, coping techniques to birth plans, I’ve got you covered. Tune in for expert insights and trusted support through every stage of pregnancy, birth, and beyond.
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The Building Laborers podcast exists to equip the saints to labor for the gospel, in order that we would see a movement of God that changes the world. On this podcast there will be Sunday school classes, sermons, personal testimonies, ministry strategy, practical trainings and much more! The purpose of the Building Laborers podcast is to equip all Christians to share the gospel and make disciples as the Lord Jesus has commanded us. The show is hosted by Aaron Vasquez, who is the Director of ...
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Equality Talks: The Official ERA Podcast

ERA Coalition and ERA Coalition Forward

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A movement of millions for equality. This is the official ERA Coalition podcast presented by our media hub, Equal Voices. Together with 290 partner organizations representing over 80 million champions for equality, Equality Talks uplifts and amplifies the voices of this movement, especially from communities most affected by systemic oppression and exclusion from mainstream media. Hosted by nationally acclaimed radio host and Equal Voices Elisa Parker, Equality Talks bridges the intersections ...
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The Pan Am Podcast

Pan Am Museum Foundation

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Experience the legacy of the world’s most iconic airline, Pan American World Airways! This award-winning history and humanities program brings Pan Am’s 64-year history to life through engaging storytelling and insightful interviews from Pan Am employees, passengers, pilots, journalists, historians, authors, fashionistas, and aviation enthusiasts! Hosted by historian Tom Betti, the program has won the following awards: Gold 2024 & 2023 Muse Creative Awards, Gold 2024 Vega Digital Award, Silve ...
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Mocean365 Radio is dedicated to inspiring content in and around the world of movement, action and adventure from mountain biking to physical culture, surf, physical labor, music and more.
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Vol. I: The Colonial Period. Charles Austin Beard was the most influential American historian of the early 20th century. He published hundreds of monographs, textbooks and interpretive studies in both history and political science. He graduated from DePauw University in 1898, where he met and eventually married Mary Ritter Beard, one of the founders of the first Greek-letter society for women, Kappa Alpha Theta. Many of his books were written in collaboration with his wife, whose own interes ...
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New Dawn

Michael Dawson

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Michael C. Dawson, founder and former Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture and is the John D. MacArthur Professor of Political Science and the College at the University of Chicago, is the host of this Race and Capitalism Project-initiated podcast series, New Dawn. He invites guests to discuss their research related to race and capitalism. Many episodes have generously been supported by Scholarly Borderlands and Social Science Research Council.
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The Voice of Oregon's Workers is a monthly podcast from the Oregon AFL-CIO - the statewide federation of unions representing over 300,000 working Oregonians. Each month, The Voice of Oregon's Workers will highlight the people and organizations who are changing the way working people stand together.
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Peoplesworld.org is a daily news website of, for and by the 99% and the direct descendant of the Daily Worker. Published by Long View Publishing Co., People's World reports on the movements for jobs, peace, equality, democracy, civil rights and liberties, labor, immigrant, LGBT and women's rights, protection of the environment, and more.
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In an era where everything about the way work is changing, CULTURE LEADERS: THE MASTERS BEHIND MOVEMENTS zooms in on the real winning ingredient: vibrant team cul- tures. Each week, learn from elite leaders and culture experts as they confront the genuine dilemmas of today’s organizations. Cut through the noise. Unlock success secrets. Experience the undeniable force of transformative culture.
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America Unchained

America Unchained

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America faces the greatest challenges our nation has ever confronted. Extreme wealth inequality, a crippling health and economic crisis, a looming climate catastrophe, and untended wounds from our past keep our democracy in shackles. Listen in with your hosts Richard Dien Winfield and Chris Tidwell in the pursuit of an America Unchained.
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Rise on Fire is a ministry assigned to ignite a fire of Spirit & Truth around the world. God is calling us back to the walk of Yeshua with no more excuses. We are free from the traditions of men, led by the Truth and empowered by the Spirit. GET INVOLVED: https://linktr.ee/RISEONFIRE For more teachings, or to contact us please visit: http://www.RiseOnFire.com
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Be Antiracist with Ibram X. Kendi

iHeartPodcasts and Pushkin Industries

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Be Antiracist imagines what an antiracist society might look like and how we all can play an active role in building one. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi is the author of How to Be an Antiracist, the book that spurred a nationwide conversation redefining what it means to be antiracist, and in this podcast, he guides listeners how they can identify and reject the racist systems hiding behind racial inequity and injustice. Alongside notable guests, Dr. Kendi continues his journey towards building a just an ...
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Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
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Disrupted

Connecticut Public Radio

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Disruptions are all around us. Some spark joy and possibility. Others move us to take action and re-evaluate our world. Every week on Disrupted, host and political scientist Khalilah Brown-Dean unpacks how big and small disruptions are shaping our lives. From technology, economics, education, and healthcare to navigating our way through a global pandemic, continued racial inequalities, geopolitical upheaval, and climate change. What can history teach us about the current moment? What can we ...
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The US is living through a revival in the class struggle. There's a fresh layer of the working class that supports unions, and wants to organize and fight for workers rights and for a better society. In the first of two episodes, Tom Trottier discusses the situation in the US labor movement today and the role of communists. Join the party: https://…
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Ellen Cassedy was a founder and longtime leader of 9 to 5, the national association of women office workers. Working 9 to 5 is her first-person account of this exciting movement, which began in the early 1970’s, mobilizing women across the country to organize for rights and respect on the job. The movement inspired Jane Fonda’s hit movie and Dolly …
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John Frehse, a renowned expert in labor strategy and workplace culture, shares his insights on the often-overlooked segment of the workforce - the hourly employees. With a career dedicated to representing and elevating the conditions of these essential workers, Frehse's journey is a narrative of passion, empathy, and transformative leadership. His …
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EGM's Book The Sentimental State. Episode #3 of 4. In 1923, Zitkala-Ša, a Dakota woman, wrote an unpublished essay titled "Our Sioux People," tracing the U.S. government's relationship with the tribe. She described a scene where delegates from the Pine Ridge reservation met with Mr. E. B. Merritt of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, DC. Z…
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**On Tuesday evening we’re holding a listening party and informal discussion of this episode. Join us for Macro ‘n Chill. Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArcuqsqD0tH92MxVmJIqj4PHtojQGgFl2l Grassroots political organizer Jay Ponti talks with Steve about his book, "Be the Revolution: How Occupy Wall Street and the Bernie San…
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It's important to leave Egypt in haste, but not without waiting in Jerusalem. It's important to cleanse our house from the world, but not without filling it with the Holy Spirit. As we exited Unleavened Bread, we must now look to the Messiah's words to "Wait in Jerusalem", to receive the New Bread from Heaven. Otherwise, we will find ourselves with…
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Martha was very busy serving, after all, the Messiah was visiting! There couldn't be a more important person to serve. But she was troubled about many things, feeling overwhelmed & burned out. Then Jesus called her to the good portion, which would be what empowers her to serve better than ever before. There are troubling things in this life, but th…
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Voice for Palestine here II Dr Aziz Bhimani just returned from two weeks working as a sturgeon in GAZA - recorded by Vivien Langford (Climate Action Show) - Belmore Park, Sydney 14th May.25th May Port Protests here II On Saturday 25 May 12:00PM, Palestine solidarity groups and Trade Unionists for Palestine will hold rallies at every port across the…
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Episode 9 of Fragile Juggernaut is the first of a series of thematic episodes, in which we pause our chronological narrative to survey key issues shaping the world of the CIO. In this episode, we turn our view on the escalating confrontation between fascism and anti-fascism. Was there an American fascism? Where did it come from and what did it look…
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Many Milwaukeeans are familiar with Samson, the beloved gorilla who died in 1981 at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Wildlife artist and world champion taxidermist, Wendy Christensen, made the popular recreation of Samson that’s on display at the Milwaukee Public Museum.By Xcaret Nuñez
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In episode 22 of the Equality Talks podcast, host Elisa Parker introduces us to Cristina Escobar, co-founder of LatinaMedia.Co and member of ERA Coalition Forward's Communications, Public Education and Civic Engagement Working Group. Escobar introduces the third rail of the Hollywood ecosystem, the critic, the reviewer. She challenges us to not onl…
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Wisconsin is a key swing state in the upcoming election, with traditions of both real right and real left. On today’s show on-the-ground journalist Christina Lieffring tells us about realities in that 90% rural state. She says to win voters, The post Wisconsin Rural Voters: Challenge and Opportunity for Democrats appeared first on Keeping Democracy…
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Seventy years ago, Brown v. Board of Education outlawed racial segregation in public schools. This hour, we look at the historic Supreme Court decision — and some of the inequities that still exist in education today. We speak with the Executive Director of a youth development organization in Hartford working to close education opportunity gaps. An…
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America is an outlier: here it’s commonly accepted that if you succeed or fail you deserve it. We believe we make our own luck. And we blame ourselves for what’s really random bad luck. But that’s counterproductive, according to the The post Rugged Individualism And The Role of Luck appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
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Justin Wren, renowned MMA fighter turned humanitarian, shares his profound transformation from battling opponents in the ring to fighting for the rights of the forgotten Pygmy communities in Africa. In this powerful interview, Wren unveils the personal struggles and revelations that redirected his path towards creating significant social impact thr…
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Informed consent is a crucial topic to discuss in childbirth. I love helping women take control of their birthing experiences by asking questions and making informed plans, so they can love their birth no matter what! In this episode, I spoke with Katie Spinks, a doula and childbirth educator, who bravely shares her story of experiencing uterine ru…
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Episode Notes In the season of Counting the Omer, God is calling His people to prepare for Shavuot by returning to holiness. Holiness has become controversial, both in the world & the church, and it's Satan's plan to confuse. But God is restoring the simplicity of walking as Yeshua walked. Torah Portion: Kedoshim / Holy 🔥 Make a donation to sustain…
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Elizabeth's Book, The Sentimental State #2 of 4. We’re talking about abortion and Ireland today. It’s hard for a lot of reasons. People shouldn’t have to fight so hard to make decisions for their own bodies. An unborn fetus should not have the same legal status as an adult woman. But we’re honoring Elizabeth’s book, The Sentimental State: How Women…
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Aaron Good, a political scientist and historian, talks with Steve about the US political system and power dynamics. They explore the roles of the deep state and oligarchy in policy-making and the suppression of democracy. “This is a very low point in the history of democracy. Perhaps the lowest point ever, if you put it in a historical context. The…
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Palestinian Statehood here II Kathryn Kelly, from IPAN, talks about the recent bid for Palestine Statehood recognition at the UN.Senator Mehreen Faruqui here II speaking at Sydney Rally for Palestine on May 5th. Recording thanks to Vivien Langford (Climate Action Show)Nakba Day 2024 here II Mindy, ASU Unionist for Palestine, and Renee, student rep …
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This is the full 5-5-2024 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Audio from Labor Notes 2024. UAW wins big at Volkswagen in Chatanooga! Erek Slater, Chicago public transit bus driver, and former executive board member of Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 241, fights his firing for union activity in court. Labor Express Radio is Chicago's only l…
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A Marxist Critique of Capitalism for 2024 - Core Issues: Labor, Surplus, Exploitation - Inequality and Injustice - Instability: Cycles and Crises - Alternatives to Capitalism Co-sponsored by Democracy at Work and Left Forum Special messages to our audience: Please help sponsor Global Capitalism by becoming a monthly donor to Democracy at Work. Spec…
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A Marxist Critique of Capitalism for 2024 - Core Issues: Labor, Surplus, Exploitation - Inequality and Injustice - Instability: Cycles and Crises - Alternatives to Capitalism Co-sponsored by Democracy at Work and Left Forum Special messages to our audience: Please help sponsor Global Capitalism by becoming a monthly donor to Democracy at Work. Spec…
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Many people think of libraries as quiet places to study, work or read a book. But the quiet rooms of libraries have also been centers of social change. This hour, we look at how libraries help people build community and explore their identities. First, we talk about a recent drag story hour in Enfield, CT that was successfully rescheduled after it …
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The environmental movement is often derided as elitist. But as our guest Liza Featherstone of the New Republic and Jacobin magazines tells it, by planting wild miniforests there’s no such polarization. The ultra-rich may have their gated sanctuaries whereas miniforests The post Miniforests as a Joyous Part of Class War appeared first on Keeping Dem…
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Paul Epstein, a renowned coach and speaker, shares his transformative journey of igniting impact and leaving people and places better than he found them. Drawing inspiration from his late father, a high school teacher for last-chance students, Paul found his calling in empowering others and fostering purpose-driven leadership. Paul recounts his exp…
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How are you hanging in there during the third trimester of pregnancy? There can be many discomforts at this time of pregnancy and this week I am sharing tips on how to manage some of the biggest complaints moms have. In this episode, we'll cover: Practical tips for managing frequent urination during pregnancy… Strategies for getting better sleep be…
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Celebrating Elizabeth's Book: Episode #1 of 4. Dear listener, we’ve got a special episode for you today. Our producer, Elizabeth Garner Masarik, just published her first book, The Sentimental State: How Women-Led Reform Built the American Welfare State. You can buy it on any major booksellers website as a paperback or ebook. So we are starting a se…
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