Erasing Socialist Women of Color │ Means TV

socialism is a real threat to the status quo and the rich view that run our society that’s because socialism is about greater democracy and empowering working people so the corporate media in an effort to delegitimize the rising movement as socialism erases the legacy of black and brown organizers Continue Reading

Capitalism Hits Home: Jeffrey Epstein: Literal Rape by the 1% – Part 2

Hello, this is Dr. Harriet Fraad on capitalism, its home and interpersonal update. This is a show about the intersection of capitalism, class and our personal lives. To continue the discussion on Jeffrey Epstein. Money does talk and buys silence as well. There is a syndrome whereof wealthy people give Continue Reading

Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: We Need to Confront Trump’s Creeping Authoritarianism

AMY GOODMAN: Well, as we talk about those issues, let’s go to Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. At 29, she becomes the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. She rose to national prominence in June when she unseated the 10-term incumbent Congressmember Joe Crowley, the fourth-ranking Democrat in the House. She Continue Reading

Could socialist policies give American women better lives?

JUDY WOODRUFF: There was a time in this country not so long ago when talking about socialism favorably could get you into a heated argument, especially during the Cold War and the battles over communism, or it could lead to something much worse and dangerous during the days of McCarthyism. Continue Reading

Capitalism Hits Home: Jeffrey Epstein: Literal Rape by the 1% – Part 1

Hello! This is Dr. Harriet Fraud on Capitalism Hits Home, an interpersonal update. This is a show about the intersection of capitalism, class, and our personal lives. What I want to talk about, which has really hit home recently, is the case of Jeffrey Epstein. The Epstein case combines and Continue Reading

Capitalism Hits Home: Sugar Arrangements: Intimate Personal Connection For Sale [Clip]

The sugar industry or sugar arrangements have mushroomed in the United States in tandem with the mushrooming costs of higher education, and the shift of the tax burden on to the mass of people. Without a college degree, young people face a wall in employment and future opportunities. For almost Continue Reading

Can Feminists and Non-Feminists Agree On Gender Equality?

Men are making choices for us, women About birth control abortion health care everything and we can’t even have a say on it cuz they won’t even hear us Can I have my non-feminists in the left spotlight And my feminists in the right spotlight The feminist movement has changed Continue Reading

Lolly Adefope | Women In Bars Reading Tarot | The Pool

Crisps, or nuts? Maybe nuts? The reading has already begun, Lolly, this is the first bit! Hi, I’m Caroline O’Donoghue, I’m a journalist for The Pool, a novelist, a podcaster and also an amateur tarot fan. I’m here today with comedian Lolly Adefope to do her tarot and see what Continue Reading

Human Population Growth – Crash Course Ecology #3

If being alive on earth was some kind of contest, humans, I think, would win it hands down. As a population of organisms, we’re the Michael Phelps of being alive, only we have like 250,000 times more gold medals. Last week, we talked about exponential growth, when a population grows Continue Reading

Conversations with History: Judith Herman

[Music] KREISLER: Welcome to a conversation with history. I’m Harry Kreisler of the Institute of International Studies. Our guest today is Dr. Judith Lewis Herman, an M.D., Professor of Clinical Psychology at Harvard University Medical School, and Director Of Training at the Victims of Violence Program in the Department of Continue Reading