Mark Naison teaches African-American Studies at Fordham University in New York where he is also a community organizer and writer on HipHop. He has been to the Wall Street protests and talks here with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about the promise of the movement.
For economist Richard Wolff, the crisis that brings tens of thousands into the streets is not due to corruption or greed, but the system that grants the rights of ownership over the stuff we all need in order to make our living to the 1%. Clayton Morgareidge reads what Wolff said to a teach-in at the Wall Street occupation. For a more thorough account of his views, watch this lecture (it begins at 7:30 on the video).
Mark Naison teaches African-American Studies at Fordham University in New York, where he is also a community organizer and writes about Hip Hop culture and music. Here he talks with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about what he sees happening in his city, university, and across the nation.
Noah is an organizer with the IWW who has been participating in the Portland protests and in the General Assembly planning meetings. Bill Resnick talks with him about his experience and perspective. For information on meetings and marches, go here.
The original Old Mole (our founder) Bill Resnick has thought long and hard about protest movements and democracy, and here he sums up his assessment of what the movement needs to do to have a future and to make real change.
The Moles focus entirely on the anti-corporate protests that have spread across the nation, with special attention to Portland and Wall Street. Clayton Morgareidge hosts.
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