Larry Hamm: The Long Distance Revolutionary, interviewed by Chris Hedges

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with Chris Hedges

TheRealNews on Aug 18, 2015

In this episode of Days of Revolt, Hedges sits down with founder of the People’s Organization for Progress Larry Hamm to dissect periods of American resistance, and explain how shifts in political climate have and will shape new modes of community organizing.


from the archives:

Cornel West: The Betrayal By The Black Elite, interviewed by Chris Hedges

Cornel West: The Black Prophetic Tradition, interviewed by Chris Hedges

Chris Hedges: The Enemy is Corporate Power, Part 2

Joe Hill Was Right. Don’t Just Mourn. Organize! by Rev. John Dear

The Year of the Pig: Should Workers Support Police Strikes? (must-read) + Caleb Maupin: Low Wages, Police Terror & the Necessity of Revolution

8 thoughts on “Larry Hamm: The Long Distance Revolutionary, interviewed by Chris Hedges

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  7. Stunning insight and lucidity from Larry Hamm. Mind boggling.

    My deep concern is that if we allow a creeping spectral apartheid to dominate our minds, the subordinated and erased spirit of the indigenous peoples of the Americas may get even further eclipsed in the process.

    Something bigger is needed, a larger more inclusive vision that transcends racial stereotypes and invokes an authentic spiritual integrity, rich and adequate enough to nourish and prosper the full scope of human diversity.

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