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#ILOVEMALCOLM: UNDERDOGS
Video from "I Love Malcolm: A Legacy of Love and Liberation," Feb 14
Boots Riley - 2015

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THIS IS WHAT ENERGY DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy - 2015

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REBUILDING THE LEFT
Final Panel from Mapping Socialist Strategies
Sarah Leonard & Michael Brie - 2014

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NEOLIBERALISM VS. THE COMMONS
The Second Plenary of Mapping Socialist Strategies
Leo Panitch & Rachel LaForest - 2014

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MAPPING SOCIALIST STRATEGIES
Video from the Opening Plenary of the Conference
Frances Fox Piven, Bhaskar Sunkara & Hans van Heijningen - 2014

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THE CHICAGO TEACHERS STRIKE OF 2012
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 4
Marilena Marchetti & Ethan Young - 2014

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THE RISE OF THE RADICAL LEFT IN GREECE
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 3
Ioannis Bournous & Giorgos Karatsioubanis - 2014

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CHALLENGING KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE & TAR SANDS
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 1
Lara Skinner & Clayton Thomas Muller - 2014

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A CRITICAL VIEW OF THE UN’S NEW DEVELOPMENT AGENDA

The commitment to “eradicate the persistent and increasing burden of poverty on women by addressing the structural causes of poverty through changes in economic structures” was one of the central promises of the Beijing Declaration, the final report of the Fourth World Conference on Women in 1995. The lack of progress made during the twenty years since then, is sobering. On the occasion of the...
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Photo Credit: Adam Jones

A CRITICAL VIEW OF THE UN’S NEW DEVELOPMENT AGENDA

The commitment to “eradicate the persistent and increasing burden of poverty on women by addressing the structural causes of poverty through changes in economic structures” was one of the central promises of the Beijing Declaration, the final report of the Fourth World Conference on Women in 1995. The lack of progress made during the twenty years since then, is sobering. On the occasion of the 59th Session of the......
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