It´s Our Money with Ellen Brown “It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown” provides a unique view behind the curtain of global finance and the monetary system by one of the top experts in the field.

September 24, 2020  

Economist Richard Wolff’s new book “The Sickness is the System” lays out the mechanics of why  capitalism inevitably produces systemic inequities and market failures despite significant market successes. Wolff’s thesis is powerfully illustrated by the economic struggling and deprivation of the current pandemic as well as recurring cycles of booms and busts that shift even more wealth to the capitalist elite.  Ellen talks with Wolff about a better system that is both more equitable and more democratic and why it is increasingly urgent that we move toward it.    


September 10, 2020  

The sudden passing of Kevin Zeese has removed from the stage of social, political and economic activism a powerful voice and a tireless worker. Whether leading occupation of the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, DC in defiance of the government’s intention to bring down their democratically-elected government, leading national efforts against war, helping launch the Occupy movement or a host of other causes, Kevin Zeese made profoundly inspiring and practical contributions to this new era of American democratic action. Zeese was optimistic about the changes brewing over the next few years – we revisit some of his insightful reckonings about this moment in our national history.   




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