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November 19 2011

'Occupy' activists worldwide rally in defence of Egypt uprising


PRI's The World'Occupy' activists worldwide rally in defence of Egypt uprisingAhram OnlineFollowing an “International Day of Solidarity” on 12 November, during which activists around the world demonstrated in solidarity with Egypt's ongoing revolution,...


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February 26 2011

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"This could be the kind of social justice moment that many of us have been waiting for," says Bill Fletcher, Jr. of the Center for Labor Renewal. He points out that the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia are not just spreading to Libya, locked in a deadly struggle with its own dictator, but in Ohio, Wisconsin, and around the US. "People are picking up on the energy and the audacity of the democratic revolt," he notes. Bill joins Laura in studio to discuss the fight in Libya, the connections to labor uprisings in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana, and why progressives have an opportunity now that can't be let slide. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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I think this photograph does a wonderful job of disrupting the idea that the U.S. has it all figured out and our only job is to support other countries in ascending to similar political perfection.  Americans had been watching the protests in Egypt, most cheering on the democratization, as if we were watching them become more like us.  But the effort to criminalize union activity in Wisconsin suggests that our own democracy is quite fragile.  And when Egyptians can watch American protests, cheer on our workers’ movements, and donate to our organizing efforts, then it becomes clear that a hierarchical “west and the rest” binary fails to describe reality.

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Noam Chomsky: "The Center Cannot Hold: Rekindling the Radical Imagination" | Democracy Now - 60min - 20100531

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On this Memorial Day special, we spend the hour with the world-renowned political dissident and linguist Noam Chomsky, professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author of over a hundred books. He spoke recently here in New York addressing more than a thousand people at the Left Forum. He began by discussing the case of Joseph Andrew Stack who crashed his small plane into an office building in Austin, Texas, hitting an IRS office, committing suicide. [includes rush transcript]

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February 24 2010

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Elmar Altvater auf einer Ringvorlesung an der Freien Universität Berlin zum Thema "Solidarität und globalisierte Konkurrenz"

Elmar Altvater (* 24. August 1938 in Kamen) ist ein deutscher  Politik- wissenschaftler, Autor und emeritierter Professor für Politikwissenschaft am Otto-Suhr-Institut der FU-Berlin. Nachdem er zum 30. September 2004 emeritiert wurde, blieb er in Forschung und Lehre weiter am Institut aktiv. Des Weiteren ist er Mitglied im wissenschaftlichen Beirat von Attac und er war im Jahr 2006 Vorsitzender des Ständigen Volkstribunals gegen europäische transnationale Unternehmen.
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February 23 2009

Das deutsche Problem: Nichts sehen. Nichts hören. Ja nicht drüber reden - Debatten - Feuilleton - FAZ.NET - 2008-12-27

.... Investigative Kritik als aussterbendes Handwerk - .... Schleichwerbeskandale im öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunk oder Stasi-Verstrickungen, all das wird hierzulande nach der gleichen Methode abgefertigt: Mittleres juristisches Scharmützel und währenddessen und danach: Klappe halten ... Aufklärung ist kein Wert an sich mehr und investigative Kritik ein aussterbendes Handwerk, dem nur noch das Freiluftmuseum fehlt. Nie erfolgt auf einen Skandal oder eine Krise eine Reaktion von einiger Anmut oder gar Originalität. Nie wird mehr zugestanden, als bekannt ist, nie wird das eigene Handeln in eine Geschichte gekleidet und der Öffentlichkeit dargestellt. - Sich bedeckt zu halten, sichert offensichtlich mehr Vorteile als die offene Auseinandersetzung oder gar das umfassende Geständnis. ...."
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