Fixing Our Broken Economic and Law Enforcement Systems, Private Empire vs Earth, People Take Action

Suggested Reading for Week Ending 10/19

  • Beyond Orwellian Nightmares and Neoliberal Authoritarianism
    Those who fight against neoliberalism [free market fundamentalism, casino capitalism] must not settle for reforming a system that is as broken as it is dangerous. Any viable, transformative struggle will need a boldly democratic vision; durable, longstanding organizations and strategies that make politics meaningful.
  • The Post-Michael Brown Agenda Provides Goals For The Movement To End Racist, Militarized Policing
    The militarization of U.S. police is a new phenomena that is being routinely misused and spurred by federal policy that makes military equipment available to local police. It’s time we create a mass transformative movement toward a path of change.
  • How Billionaire Oligarchs Are Becoming Their Own Political Parties
    … Taylor told me about charts she had seen, apparently online, placing Steyer at the center of a web of liberal interests: a conservative answer to the many liberal diagrams of “The Kochtopus.” The connections were all real, or at least many of them were. That was the whole point of playing multiples. But the comparison seemed to bother her. “There’s a private empire and the Earth,” she said. The Earth was there for all of us.
  • Communities Standing Up
    This week we are inspired by the communities that are standing up to police abuse and by the students in Mexico and Hong Kong who are placing themselves at risk in order to fight for their rights.
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    How to Fix Law Enforcement
    Hey Kids, check out my militarized police

    What The People Have to Say: Voices of Protest in Ferguson and St. Louis

     

     

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