Puerto Rico Forward: PR's Legal Limbo


This episode of Puerto Rico Forward focuses on Puerto Rico's complicated legal status as it's own nation as well as a US commonwealth...


Utopia—without classes


According to mainstream economics, there are no class struggles and capitalism can never fail.


David Harvey defines Neoliberalism


Professor David Harvey defines Neoliberalism in less than six minutes. 

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Economic Update: Knowledge, Class & Economics

This week on Economic Update, Professor Richard D. Wolff delivers updates on problems and solutions for workplace discrimination, China's ascending economy, capitalism's cycle of income and wealth inequalities, the winners and the...



LEFT OUT: Kali Akuno on Worker Cooperatives, Economic Democracy, and Black Self-Determination

In this episode of Left Out, we sat down with Kali Akuno — the co-founder and co-directer of Cooperation Jackson. We discuss the emerging network of worker-owned cooperatives and the people behind it building an alternative, solidarity-based economy inside the majority-black and impoverished city of Jackson, Mississippi.

We then diver deeper into the different types of worker-owned cooperatives that makeup Cooperation Jackson; the importance of developing cooperatives with clear political aims; and the need for a nationwide network of cooperatives and solidarity economic institutions as a viable alternative to the exploitative nature of our current economic, social, and environmental relations.


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