[S11 E36] New
On this week's show, Prof. Wolff present updates on global supply chain slow-downs; student costs/debts in US, UK far higher than in most peer nations; FED adds inflation to the ways its policies worsen income and wealth inequalities; and lastly, higher gun sales and violence since 1990s despite the dramatic declines in violent crime rate. The second half of the show features an interview with Michelle Vassel (administrator of Wiyot tribe) and David Cobb (Director of Cooperation Humboldt) on their ongoing political collaborations.
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About our guests: Michelle Vassel serves as Tribal Administrator (CEO) of the Wiyot Tribe, who have lived in and cared for the land in and around Humboldt Bay in Northern California since time immemorial. Vassel plans, manages, and directs day-to-day operations of Tribal government. She was active in the historic return of Tuluwat Island and the fight to protect Tsakiyuwit (a sacred Wiyot location). She serves on the Board of Directors of Cooperation Humboldt.
David Cobb is the Co-Coordinator of the US Solidarity Economy Network and the Executive Director of Cooperation Humboldt. He was the Green Party nominee for President in 2004, and played a major role in discrediting "Black Box Voting."
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