Best Socialism podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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The main idea of "Socialism: Utopian and Scientific" (1880) was distinguishing scientific socialism and utopian socialism. Engels begins by chronicaling the thought of utopian socialists, starting with Saint-Simon. He then proceeds to Fourier and Robert Owen. In chapter two, he summarizes dialectics, and then chronicles the thought from the ancient Greeks to Hegel. Chapter three summarizes dialectics in relation to economic and social struggles, essentially echoing the words of Marx. (Introd ...
 
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Socialism Today
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Podcast by Socialist Alternative
 
A weekend of revolutionary politics, debate and entertainment. For more information, see http://www.socialismconference.org
 
A weekend of revolutionary politics, debate and entertainment. For more information, see http://www.socialismconference.org
 
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Building Socialism
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Brief, casual conversations between Nick Hayes and other leftist content creators and socialist organizers.SUPPORT AT: patreon.com/nickhayes
 
The Podcast of the Religion and Socialism Commission of the Democratic Socialists of America. Host: Sarah Ngu. Producer: Devin Briski. Music: "Made and Broken" by Hugel. Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/religioussocialismpodcast
 
For the latest in fantastic radical podcasting, see http://WeAreMany.org/
 
A weekend of revolutionary politics, debate and entertainment. For more information, see http://www.socialismconference.org
 
A weekend of revolutionary politics, debate and entertainment. For more information, see http://www.socialismconference.org
 
 
This podcast is about reading the Bible and doing theology in relation to socialism.
 
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Amendment 4. Palestine. Occupation. Anonymous NYT op-eds. World is a prison, the outside's a circus. Music provided by HOME. Support HOME: https://soundcloud.com/home-2001
 
This presentation was held on July 14th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It explains how finance and investment is used to hamstring efforts to public and social endeavors, the mechanisms that these work by, and socialist theories of how to overcome them.
 
The gang is back with their take on the 2018 Florida primary results.Red Tide Radio is produced by several members of Miami DSA, views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the organization as a whole.Music courtesy of: soundcloud.com/home-2001
 
This is episode 1 of Theology and Socialism, part of a series on the Bible and socialism. We talk about the Exodus story as a lens (or part of a pair of glasses?) for reading the Bible. Music is adapted from the song "Let's Start From the Beginning" by Lee Rosevere under a Creative Commons license. Check out the album here: https://leerosevere. ...…
 
A new day. A new dawn. Charles got a dog. Bean idolizes Wyatt Ingraham. Tomas will bust up a cop union. Gerry doesn't know what yuca is.Red Tide Radio is produced by several members of Miami DSA, views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the organization as a whole.Music courtesy of HOME: soundcloud.com/home-2001…
 
This presentation was held on July 8th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It discusses the “big policy ideas” in contemporary American/Western discourse as they relate to creating a lasting and robust socialism within the institutions of the state. These will include Universal Basic Income (UBI), Social Wealth Funds (SWF), Jobs Guar ...…
 
This presentation was held on July 7th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It covers a rarely provided understanding of anthropogenic climate change within the context of Earth history and a fascinating grounding in the fundamentals of Earth System Science for the non-specialist. This is essential for all who wish to construct a liva ...…
 
This presentation was held on July 3rd, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It provides a critical discussion of the way that corporations use their market and political power to shape government policy and to maximize profits in global value chains. The purpose will be to encourage dialogue about counter-strategies for workers and th ...…
 
This presentation was held on June 29th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It looks at the specific ways women, people of color, immigrants and working people face harassment and oppression in the online world and what can we do collectively to get free.Learn more about the work of Poderosa at: poderosaisherpower. orgFor information ...…
 
This presentation was held on June 22nd, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It defines the prison apparatus, provides a dialectical materialist analysis of how it oppresses us, and outlines ways we can organize to eliminate prisons and policing through social transformation and restorative justice.Learn more about Eshu Funk, a collec ...…
 
This presentation was held on June 15th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It focuses on strategies for building a unified anti-capitalist left and tackles how to navigate inter-organizational campaign work successfully.
 
Memphis-based singer-songwriter Julien Baker's star is rising in the music world. She also identifies as queer, Christian, socialist — like our host, Sarah Ngu. There have been high-profile interviews with her by the New York Times, NPR, etc. mostly focusing on her music. But we wanted to focus on religion. This far-reaching interview explores ...…
 
This presentation was held on June 12th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It examines methods and tactics which may be of use in the effort to counter the spread of reactionary politics on college campuses.Find out more about the Democratic Socialists of America at dsausa.orgLearn about Young Democratic Socialists of America at yds ...…
 
This presentation was held on June 8th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School.It explores the limitations and possibilities of the Democratic Socialists for Medicare for All campaign and the Medicare for All Act from a libertarian socialist perspective.Find out more about the Democratic Socialists of America at dsausa.org…
 
This presentation was held on June 5th, 2018 as part of Miami Socialist Summer School. It covers the history of how Movimiento Cosecha formed, its tactic, theory of change, and how this strategy can win dignity, respect, and permanent status for all immigrants.Learn more about Movimiento Cosecha and their work at lahuelga.comFind out more about ...…
 
Juan Carlos Ruiz is co-founder of the New Sanctuary Movement, a network of churches and synagogues that offer resources to undocumented immigrants in New York City. He began his career as a Catholic priest, but was excommunicated after getting involved with leftist politics in the Catholic Worker Movement. In this far-reaching interview, he dis ...…
 
Avi Garelick wears many hats: he runs a Hebrew school associated with the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York city, he is active in Northern Manhattan is Not For Sale, an anti-gentrification group focused on Washington Heights and Inwood, and he's a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. In this interview, Garelick describes partic ...…
 
Dr. Debbie Almontaser is a Yemeni-American and Muslim community leader and activist, founder of the Bridging Cultures Group and the Khalil Gibran International Academy, a New York public school with an English and Arabic bi-lingual program. Almontaser discusses growing up in a largely white neighborhood in Buffalo, New York, rediscovering her M ...…
 
PLEASE SUPPORT AT: patreon.com/nickhayesThis is the first one of these interview things I'm doing. Not looking at it as a podcast, just like periphery conversations. This episode was with Donald Borenstein a month or so ago before I shot the NYC Live Show w/ him. We talk about how shitty the labor practices are in marketing and production and h ...…
 
We argue that the key to defeating Trump's agenda is building independent politics on the local and national level. Ginger Jentzen stands a fighting chance to win a City Council seat in Minneapolis and Kshama Sawant has already shown the power of an independent socialist in Seattle.We bring you interviews with Ginger Jentzen, candidate for Minn ...…
 
A conversation with Reverend Andrew Wilkes, a an African Methodist Episcopal pastor of young adults and social justice and leader in a black Christian community in Jamaica, Queens. Unlike some of our interviewees, Rev. Wilkes identifies as a democratic socialist, and has spent a lot of time working out those principles with his faith. He discus ...…
 
100 years ago, Russians overthrew the czar and the autocratic regime in the middle of WWI. In a nation comprised primarily of peasants, the working class led a democratic revolution that dramatically raised living standards for millions. Here we talk about this revolution's relevance today.Part 1: What happened in 1917 in Russia and what can we ...…
 
100 years ago, Russians overthrew the czar and the autocratic regime in the middle of WWI. In a nation comprised primarily of peasants, the working class led a democratic revolution that dramatically raised living standards for millions. Here we talk about this revolution's relevance today.Part 1: What happened in 1917 in Russia and what can we ...…
 
A conversation with Reverend Khader El-Yateem, a native Palestinian and Lutheran pastor running for City Council for the 43rd District, which includes Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights and Bensonhurst. El-Yateem discusses growing up in the Greek Orthodox in Palestine, where he came to realize he was under two occupations: the Israeli Occupation, and the ...…
 
A conversation with Reverent Ann Kansfield, pastor at Greenpoint Reformed Church and chaplain for the FDNY. Kansfield discusses how 9/11 prompted her to leave her finance job and join seminary, her feelings when her father went on trial for marrying her and her wife and had to step down as a theology professor, and what it's like to be the firs ...…
 
Trump Can Be Defeated - Here's How!Socialism Today - a new podcast by Socialist Alternative - discusses what strategies we need to fight against Trump's agenda. To support this podcast, please donate at www.SocialistAlternative.org/donateTo contact us, email Editors@SocialistAlternative.org
 
A Conversation With Laura Barrett of Interfaith Worker JusticeBy noebie@gmail.com (DSA Religion and Socialism Commission).
 
Mozart and the Age of Enlightenment Jessie Kindig Socialism 2008 Art & Culture
 
Religion and Socialism Podcast Episode One - A Conversation with Professor Gary DorrienBy noebie@gmail.com (DSA Religion and Socialism Commission).
 
Trotsky's Struggle Against Stalinism Jen Roesch Socialism 2008 Socialism & Marxism
 
Lessons From the Last GI Resistance Movement Martin Smith Tod Ensign Eric Ruder Socialism 2008 War & Antiwar
 
The Revolutionary Ideas of Antonio Gramsci Bill Keach Socialism 2008 Socialism & Marxism
 
Italy: From Left to Right Bill Keach Socialism 2008 International
 
How to Read Marx's Capital Larry Bradshaw Socialism 2008 Socialism & Marxism An introduction and companion to reading Das Kapital by Karl Marx
 
From Red-Lining to Sub-Prime Racism and Housing in the U.S. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Socialism 2008 Racism & Civil Rights
 
Has There Always Been Rich and Poor? The Origins of Class Society Dana Cloud Socialism 2008 History
 
February 1917: The Spontaneous Revolution Jason Yanowitz Socialism 2008 History
 
Jim Crow Justice From the Jena 6 to the Texas Death House Lawrence Foster Alan Bean Socialism 2008 Racism & Civil Rights Six African American high school students were threatened with decades in prison for their alleged part in a school fight--a fight that followed a series of racist incidents endured by the minority of African Americans in Jen ...…
 
The Legacy of Stalinism Kyle Brown Socialism 2011 Socialism & Marxism
 
United front vs. Popular Front: Marxist strategy and tactics John McDonald Socialism 2011 Socialism & Marxism
 
Marxism and Political Organization Paul Le Blanc Socialism 2011 Socialism & Marxism
 
Abortion Without Apology The Case for a New Movement Madeline Burrows Jenny Espino Socialism 2011 Women
 
Crisis and Class Struggle in Africa Lee Wengraf Socialism 2011 International
 
Consciousness and change How do workers become "fit to rule?" Leia Petty Socialism 2011 Socialism & Marxism
 
The Labor Wars of the 1990s Sharon Smith Dan Lane Socialism 2011 Labor & Unions
 
Racism and Inequality Today the State of Black America Khury Petersen-Smith Socialism 2011 Racism & Civil Rights
 
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