Chris Hedges: The Radical Transformation of Jackson, Mississippi

Chris Hedges: The Radical Transformation of Jackson, Mississippi

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“Cooperation Jackson is an emerging network of cooperatives and grassroots institutions that aim to build a “solidarity economy.” By seizing on the crisis and weak links of modern capitalism and building on the historic struggles for racial equality by the black people of Mississippi, Cooperation Jackson has created a model we can all learn from.” — Richard Moser, “Jackson Rising: At Last, a Real Strategic Plan“, Black Agenda Report, Jan. 30, 2018

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Mar 4, 2018

Kali Akuno, Co-Founder and Co-Director of Cooperation Jackson, discusses the radical transformation of Jackson, Mississippi through capitalism and the socialist alternative, Cooperation Jackson.

See also:

Jackson Rising: The Struggle for Economic Democracy and Black Self-Determination in Jackson, Mississippi

from the archives:

Now Is The Time For Revolutionary Change–Reject Greed-Based Destruction

Chris Hedges: The Deindustrialization and Collapse of Detroit

Chris Hedges: Race and Class Inequality in Major Cities

As We Dethrone The Corporate State And Rule Of The Rich, We Must Also Rebuild

The End Of The Road For Capitalism Or For Us All? by William Bowles

What If Workers Ran Society? by Elizabeth Schulte

Chris Hedges and Ajamu Baraka: It’s Been A Bipartisan Effort To Control the Populations of People of Color

What Might A Cooperative Economy Look Like? by Pete Dolack

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