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Bigotry and the Health Crisis: Covid-19

Bigotry and the Health Crisis: Covid-19 F Word           Laura explores the relation of bigotry and the health crisis and compares the modern history of healthcare in the US to the UK.       Transcript:   Our Health...

The Future is Public: Special Report from Amsterdam

From Austria to Chile, Lagos to London, people are demanding policies that democratize economies and keep public resources in public hands. In just the last decade, more than 2,400 cities in 58...

Iowa Media Back To The Future – F Word

In the first week of February, every four years, coastal correspondents decamp to Iowa to cover the first-in-the nation nominating contest. Face-to-face, caucus by caucus, what the state lacks in demographics, it makes up...

Cooperation vs Authoritarianism in Spain

About the Show Social change and systems change go hand-in-hand. Movements for democracy and human rights are most effective when they...

How to Make a Democratic Economy

The U.S. economy, weak or strong, is the question at the heart of the election. But it doesn't get to the reality which is that, whatever else it...

How Can Municipal Government Promote Economic Democracy?

New York, NY... it's a city with close to a $100 billion budget every year and a deputy mayor with some pretty creative plans for how to spend it. What can one...

Reporting on Economic Hardship

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

Climate Strike/Auto Strike: Same Struggle, Same Fight

  Twenty years after turtles and teamsters teamed up to battle the WTO in Seattle, labor strikes and climate strikes are coinciding everywhere but in the media, and that’s dangerous. If history is any guide,...

Democracy: Past, Present… and Future?

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

Community Land Trusts: A Model for Reparations?

Our city's economy – what is it for? New York's has been very good at piling up profits and building tall buildings. But all that private profit has come at a cost to public services and public trust. Could it be different?

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