Due to systemic racism, classism, and sexism, disadvantaged communities in the United States face the effects of a destabilized climate first and worst. Click here to learn more.
Check out the special online screening of The Oxy Kingpins on Kinema on Thursday, February 10th 8pm ET/5pm PT. Click here for details.
While some stories show the best of us, they also expose the harsh political realities we live in. But is there hope?
From Elvira and Dolly Parton, to being diagnosed as bipolar, to becoming a fan of Michael Brooks, to being brown in Texas, Godiva dives deep with Alison Hartson on what it takes to stay motivated in politics and life in general.
The executives and boards of Apple, FedEx, UPS, Lockheed Martin, Eli Lilly, and Stryker are only looking out for themselves. Find out how.
Are there solutions to fighting back against neoliberalism and propaganda?
Now that we better understand neoliberalism, we talk about how critical it is for voters to understand Keynesian vs Friedman economics. How does this relate to cooperatives, the stock market, Senator Bernie Sanders, Obama, & memes?
How did Dana's experience lead her to fighting for Medicare for All with the TYT Army? How did she accidentally meet Cenk Uygur before she knew TYT?
We dive further into neoliberalism and trickle-down economics; reflect on Nina Turner's election, and more!
Neoliberalism... Free-Market Economies... 9-11... We explore these topics and more!
Michael talks about his upcoming article to reveal the dystopian reality behind feel-good stories, the greatest challenges progressives are facing, and why he is hopeful.
Highlights from our book chat, from socialism to Marx to Medicare for All... we're learning a lot and having fun while doing it. You can join us!
They spoke truth to power, dived into policy-first discussions, and expanded on how to accomplish our goals by working together instead of against one another.
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Alison Hartson gets to know Yuliana Levi, TYT Army volunteer, and learns about her experience migrating from Costa Rica when she was 13 years old and how that drives her passion to bridge the progressive movement and Latin community.