with Chris Hedges
RT America on Feb 11, 2018
Juan Gonzalez, author of Reclaiming Gotham: Bill de Blasio and the Movement to End America’s Tale of Two Cities, discusses the structural inequality of cities through class and racial policies formed by the US government.
Watch the video here.
From the archives
Chris Hedges: The Earth, The City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race
David Harvey: What is Neoliberalism? + Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason
Chris Hedges: The Failings of the American Left–Why No Mention of Capitalism?
Abby Martin: The Sacrifice Zones of Houston Before and After Hurricane Harvey, Part 2
The Poison of Commercialization Where Everything Is Regarded As A Commodity by Graham Peebles + Kate Tempest: Tunnel Vision
Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger (must-see)
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Really urgent: quality local education for authentic self-governance.
That means participatory and representative empowerment from the grass roots ~ through authentic inclusive learning; open acquisition of advanced skills for local business; healthy community food production; and the conscious cultivation of genuine, socially responsible excellence, recognizing and valuing non-discriminatory diversity and uniqueness.