Let’s change the narrative of capitalism | Ken Barnes

What I hope people get from this book is a belief in the possibility that we can change the narrative. I say right at the end of the book that this book is not a manifesto for a movement; it’s a credo for a community of believers who are convinced Continue Reading

JOJO RABBIT | Headline Gala | London Film Festival 2019

It’s amazing, I mean it’s my first time accompanying a film to the London Film Festival and it’s just beautiful I mean, I love London so much and I would basically take jobs just to come and visit. Taika, he’s an absolute man-child! He’s probably the funniest guy I’ve ever Continue Reading

An Introduction to Keith Thomas’ Religion And The Decline Of Magic- Macat History Analysis

Belief in the powers and effects of magic was widespread in medieval and early modern Europe. But what eventually led to its decline? Published in 1971, Keith Thomas’ book, Religion and the Decline of Magic, tries to answer that question by examining the complex relationship between magic, religion and science Continue Reading

Colombia’s Hidden Killers: Part 1/2 (Documentary)

KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: When you think of land mines, countries like Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq, and other conflict areas around the world might come to mind. But Colombia is one of the most affected countries in the world, too. Because for the last 50 years, there’s been a roiling conflict between leftist Continue Reading

Does Democracy Work? – The People Speak

democracy is a pretty simple thing right but it has its flaws only the majority gets hurt corporate interests might have a little too much power when you are trying to do the right thing and no one stops you that it’s called democracy was it the only thing what Continue Reading

MOOC | The Market Revolution and Democracy | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.1.1

We start more or less in 1850. A couple of things to bear in mind, the categories to bear in mind, which we will talk about more in the next few weeks as we get into American history at this moment. Things that have happened in the 30-40 years before Continue Reading

Ivan Krastev: Can democracy exist without trust?

I’m afraid I’m one of those speakers you hope you’re not going to meet at TED. First, I don’t have a mobile, so I’m on the safe side. Secondly, a political theorist who’s going to talk about the crisis of democracy is probably not the most exciting topic you can Continue Reading

Hair Covering as a Form of Religious Freedom | MANE | NowThis

From the pages of magazines to TV to shampoo bottles, hair is everywhere. But this isn’t the case for all women. Like those who choose to cover their hair as part of their religious identity. This is “Mane”. And today, we are uncovering the real story behind women who choose Continue Reading

MOOC | The Nationalist Historians | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.3.2

>>Now, so what I want to do basically with that is to talk about how the schools of interpretation of the Civil War have evolved. And bear this in mind as we do our readings because the readings reflect more than one point of view about this as we go Continue Reading

Socialist AOC DESTROYS Ben Shapiro Debate Challenge!

Hi, I really just wanted to make a direct appeal to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the future of the democratic party according to Tom Perez head of the DNC. Last week, Ben Shapiro offered a (borderline illegal) $10,000 to convince rising Democratic star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to debate him. I am going to Continue Reading