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Weekly radio show from the Democratic Socialists of America in NYC, recorded live at WBAI 99.5 in Brooklyn NY, Wednesday @ 9pm EST. Listen and call-in! Our vision for a democratic socialist future, from the minds and hearts of activists fighting every day in NYC. Hear the latest news, analysis, and organizing experience from our members and partners, and how to be a part of a revolutionary political moment. Join the movement at socialists.nyc and get our newsletter at http://bit.ly/rpm-newsl ...
 
What does it take to make democracy work? The Rules of the Game podcast discusses and compares democratic institutions from around the world. Institutions are the rules of the game of our societies that direct our everyday lives in fundamental ways. They determine whether we live in a free or repressed society – whether we can make our voices heard. Researchers, grass-roots political activists and politicians will join me on this journey of dissecting the struggle for fair representation in ...
 
The official podcast for OD Action - Occupy Democrats’ partner action network with over 250,000 members. Recorded in Mitch McConnell's backyard, Democratica features the founder of OD Action and 12-year veteran of Capitol Hill giving smart and savvy coverage for people too exhausted keeping up with a political climate with a new WTF moment each day. Get ready to take action!
 
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, congregational level; the second is to examine how organizing embodies a distinctive vision and practice of democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns, particularly the last one. Through a series ...
 
In the heat of the failed 1905 revolution in Russia, Lenin here contrasts the precision of the Bolshevik political program and tactics with various inconsistent and servile factions within the Russian Social-Democratic Labor Party. (Summary by Christian Pecaut)This edition was edited by George Hanna.
 
The Democratic Socialist Libertarian The oligarchy shredded the Constitution and destroyed the last remaining US democratic institutions. The government and the press that is supposed to monitor it are both corrupt. Corporate takeover, bank theft, and endless war push us deeper into Orwellian 1984 totalitarianism, followed by likely Mad Max collapse. If you want a Star Trek future for humanity instead of a dead radioactive planet, subscribe and join the discussion about what’s really going o ...
 
Humanity is under serious threat. Individual identity and privacy is dead. Law in every jurisdiction has failed to provide security to identity of individual in Cyber age. Such is the failure of Governmental and democratic and corporate systems that even elections and electoral proceses are not secured. Not even a single election held at any level any part of the world is secure. Elections are easily manipulated with investments at fraction of costs. Election and electoral processes and syst ...
 
The SmartAlec Podcast is your regular update on Colorado politics. House Majority Leader Alec Garnett has teamed up with the Get More Smarter Podcast hosts, seasoned politicos Jason Bane of ColoradoPols.com and Ian Silverii of ProgressNow Colorado, to talk through the most newsworthy issues of the day. In a news cycle too often dominated by distant stories in Washington DC, The SmartAlec Podcast keeps you informed on the local Colorado issues that affect you the most. Check out the full epis ...
 
A Democratic Socialist’s Almanac is a podcast exploring all things relevant to Socialism today, from the latest scholarship regarding the socialist tradition to socialist reflections on our current moment and where to go from here. Below is a partial prospectus with a subject by subject bibliography. Written by Lelyn R. Masters with a Memphis Music Soundtrack by Harry Koniditsiotis Marx’s Epicurianism Fusaro, Diego. Marx, Epicurus, and the Origins of Historical Materialism. Permanent Press, ...
 
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State Senator Laura Fine discusses her bill to require hospitals and other facilities to offer a patient any unused portion of facility-provided medication, upon discharge when it is administered to a patient at the facility and is required for continuing treatment.Illinois Senate Democrats による
 
This episode focuses on is how to organize money so that it fosters the flourishing of where we live and work through generating different kinds of institutions and ways of building wealth in a community to those that dominate the existing economy. Alternative, more democratic forms of economic production and investment and ways of structuring work…
 
A More Effective, Efficient Alternative To Policing. Though “defunding the police” has become politically divisive rhetoric, it’s true that the majority of incidents that generate 911 calls are better handled by responders other than the police. Amy Meglio and Sam Merton join the show to discuss their plans for the Neighborhood Organized Crisis Ass…
 
To get involved with the campaign for Public Power: http://ecosocialists.nyc/ and https://www.nypublicpower.com/ To get involved with the Internet for All campaign: internetforall.nyc/joinNYC Democratic Socialists of America による
 
How can political power be shared in a multicultural society? And what institutions can make multicultural societies more inclusive, balanced, and give people more control over political decisions and local public goods? Together with Sean Müller, I discuss power-sharing institutions as a crucial element of the success of Swiss democracy. The devel…
 
This episode discusses the positive and negative ways money and politics connect and the means to organize money through politics so it serves human flourishing. Democratic politics has always involved a struggle to ensure money serves people rather than people serving money. The paradox is that, to do so, democratic politics necessities not just o…
 
The Future Of Real Estate Development In Arizona’s Verde Valley. Democratic Perspective co-hosts Steve Williamson and Hava Derby engage in a lively discussion with guests, Al Comello and Steve Segner, over some of the area’s proposed developments. Segner is owner of El Portal Hotel and President of the Sedona Lodging Council and Comello is a former…
 
With a surge in anti-AAPI violence making news and the Derek Chauvin murder trial ripping open wounds, it's time to keep up the pressure and defund NYPD. On tonight’s show, we’re joined live by Cheryl Rivera, an organizer with NYC-DSA’s Defund NYPD and Abolition Action campaigns. We’ll discuss common myths and misconceptions about defunding the pol…
 
This episode focuses on popular education, discussing what it is and why it’s key to good democratic organizing with Ernesto Cortes, Jr. Alongside organized money, organized people, and organized action, building power to effect change requires organized knowledge. Organized knowledge generates the frameworks of analysis and understanding through w…
 
State Senator Steve Stadelman (D-Rockford) discusses SB 134, which creates the Local Journalism Task Force Act to review and study the status of journalism in Illinois to improve local news access.Illinois Senate Democrats による
 
Restoration Versus Retribution. Co-hosts Hava Derby and Steve Williamson welcome Dustin Gilman Stienstra, Executive Director of Northern Arizona Restorative Justice, to address the failures of our current justice system and how restorative justice can help break the cycle of crime. Stienstra explains that communication between the offender and the …
 
In this final episode of Democratically: 2020, Karin explains explains the medical dramas that kept her away from podcasting for the first couple months of the Biden era, and talks to Political Director of Data for Progress Marcella Mulholland and former Republican strategist Marshall Manson about the American Rescue Act, the prospects for improvin…
 
As the budget fight continues to heat up in Albany, workers in New York City are continuing the struggle for power and equity on the job and at school. On tonight’s episode, we’ll visit the picket line at Columbia University, where unionized graduate students are on their second week of a strike to demand fair pay and healthcare. We also hear an up…
 
Building on the previous episodes on power and leadership, in this episode I examine the place of institutions in organizing, discussing what is an institution, what makes for a healthy institution, how and why institutions are central to the kind of place-based, relationally driven democratic politics organizing undertakes, and why without them th…
 
The Impact Of Covid-19 On American Society. Democratic Perspective welcomes back author and journalist Sasha Abramsky to discuss the consequences of the pandemic. He begins by addressing the impact on the economy, saying that those at the bottom of the economy are suffering in a way we didn’t even see in the Great Recession. But, at the macro level…
 
Direct democracy is a powerful political institution. It is the people's veto power in government. Used in the right way, it is an important check on representative democracy and a way to break politicians and parties’ coalitions directed against the common interest of the voters, thus a way to hedge against excessive politics by elected representa…
 
This episode discusses the nature and purpose of leadership in organizing, how it is defined and understood, who are leaders, the difference between leaders and organizers, and what their respective roles are in the shared work of organizing. The understanding and practice of leadership in organizing is very different to that put forward in most le…
 
Our Fractured Nation. Co-hosts Hava Derby and Steve Williamson welcome Ross Benes, author of Rural Rebellion, to discuss the urban-rural divide. Benes explains it’s a relatively recent phenomenon and partially the result of political parties targeting voters over geography, noting that Republicans have also made a real effort to involve churches. A…
 
Essential workers have been carrying a pandemic stricken New York City on their backs for a year now, and as economic insecurity worsens and the time frame left to address the overlapping climate crisis shortens, there’s never been a moment more ripe, and necessary for militant labor organizing. On tonight’s episode we’ll hear from NYC-DSA endorsed…
 
Keynes no era “un economista”, sí el creador de una visión (un filósofo) que formaría toda una generación que había experimentado la Gran Depresión y la Segunda Guerra Mundial y quería construir un nuevo mundo y un nuevo orden. O sea, es parte del club de los grandes visionarios (filósofos) económicos como Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx y …
 
This episode discusses power, defined simply as the ability to act. It focuses on the relationship between power and democratic politics, the distinction between "power over" or unilateral power and "power with" or relational power, and questions such as who has power, how should it be analyzed, is anyone really powerless, the nature of self-intere…
 
News Brief from the Illinois Senate Democratic Caucus for Tuesday, March 9, 2021, featuring comments from Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford about HB2170 - the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus' Education and Workforce Development pillar legislation.Illinois Senate Democrats による
 
Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford spoke at Monday's signing of HB2170, the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus' Education and Workforce Development pillar legislation. The legislation signed by Governor JB Pritzker on Monday is the second of the four ILBC reform pillars to become law.Illinois Senate Democrats による
 
Examining America’s Role In The 21st Century. Democratic Perspective welcomes Andrew Bacevich, Jr., author, historian, professor emeritus at Boston University, and retired military officer to discuss U.S. foreign policy. Bacevich begins with unrealistic expectations following the ColdWar, explaining that fall of the Soviet Union led to the misperce…
 
Yesterday, March 2, New York City DSA issued a statement calling for New York State governor Andrew Cuomo to resign or face impeachment. This comes in the wake of weeks of political turmoil regarding Cuomo’s cover-up of nursing home deaths due to COVID and new testimony about his gendered workplace abuse. The organized left in New York state has kn…
 
In this episode I examine the second key tool organizing uses for listening, building relationships, and effecting change: the house meeting. As a form of democratic politics that begins with listening and is attentive to the experience, conditions, and stories of people where they live and work, organizing needs practices for listening well. Along…
 
Model For A Reformed Criminal Justice System. Democratic Perspective co-hosts, Hava Derby and Steve Williamson, welcome Mik Jordahl and Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes in the third segment of our continuing examination of the criminal justice system. Jordahl is a local prosecutor who was encouraged to look at alternatives for dealing with non-v…
 
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