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Your Free Time isn't Free: Social Reproduction, Social Isolation, and the Marxist Theory of Alienation

7/17/2018
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Your Free Time isn't Free Social Reproduction, Social Isolation, and the Marxist Theory of Alienation Jessie Muldoon Socialism 2018 Women

Duration:00:34:29

U.S. Imperialism under Trump

7/12/2018
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U.S. Imperialism under Trump Joel Geier Socialism 2018 War & Antiwar China, Iran, North Korea- sanctions, tariffs,protectionism, economic warfare,- Trump lunacy or are there more profound objective conditions creating these daily crisis , with their threat of new wars. The new phase of imperialim which we wil discuss will determine the political fate of the now emerging socialist movement, and of this generation.

Duration:00:43:28

Marxism, Colonialism, and Revolution

7/12/2018
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Marxism, Colonialism, and Revolution Pranav Jani Socialism 2018 Socialism & Marxism Colonialism, settler colonialism, and the transatlantic slave trade are intertwined with the rise of capitalism. Anti-colonial and anti-imperialist struggle are essential to any possibility of socialist revolution. read more

Duration:00:43:48

Capitalism and the Gender Binary

7/12/2018
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Capitalism and the Gender Binary Lichi D'Amelio Socialism 2018 Labor & Unions

Duration:00:35:06

Poverty, Pain, and Pill Mills: Social Crisis and America’s Opioid Epidemic

7/12/2018
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Poverty, Pain, and Pill Mills Social Crisis and America’s Opioid Epidemic Nicole Colson Socialism 2018 U.S. Politics The opioid epidemic is ravaging large swathes of America—from once-thriving Rust Belt communities to inner cities. So many lives have been lost to this crisis that annual opioid deaths in the U.S. now outnumber deaths due to breast cancer, and American life expectancy has fallen two years in a row. read more

Duration:00:46:14

A War Resister in the Ranks

7/12/2018
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A War Resister in the Ranks Spencer Rapone Rory Fanning Socialism 2018 War & Antiwar What does it mean to resist as an active duty soldier in the 21st century? Socialist revolutions share a vibrant historical legacy with disaffected soldiers who have laid down their arms and refused to serve the interests of the rich and powerful. read more

Duration:00:30:25

South Africa: How Apartheid Was Defeated

7/12/2018
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South Africa: How Apartheid Was Defeated Trevor Ngwane Socialism 2018 International The British and Dutch colonizers of South Africa built from the outset a society based upon the oppression and exploitation of the indigenous African population, where the latter were restricted from buying land outside of special “reserves,” given the worst jobs and legally considered “sojourners” in urban areas. read more

Duration:00:26:10

Vanguard Party, Democratic Centralism, and Workers' Revolution

7/11/2018
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Vanguard Party, Democratic Centralism, and Workers' Revolution Todd Chretien Socialism 2018 Socialism & Marxism The Bolsheviks developed a theory and practice of political organization that is both coherent and recognizable, and it is absolutely relevant for today. This talk will explain terms and history for beginners, but also address the rise of a new socialist movement in the U.S. read more

Duration:00:42:50

Final Rally: Another World Is Necessary

7/11/2018
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Final Rally Another World Is Necessary Sharon Smith Khury Petersen-Smith Socialism 2018 Socialism & Marxism

Duration:01:05:48

Marxists, Elections, and the State

7/11/2018
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Marxists, Elections, and the State Eric Ruder Socialism 2018 Socialism & Marxism The surprise primary victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez over a high-ranking Democrat has given fresh energy to a longstanding debate about how the left should relate to elections and the Democratic Party. read more

Duration:00:42:53

Syria and the Left

7/11/2018
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Syria and the Left Ashley Smith Socialism 2018 International

Duration:00:39:06

A Nation under the Gun: Gun Violence and Gun Control

7/11/2018
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A Nation under the Gun Gun Violence and Gun Control Danny Katch Socialism 2018 U.S. Politics For years each horrific mass shooting has followedby a loud but largely empty partisan debate: Republicans and Democrats pointfingers at each other while avoiding uncomfortable questions about why guns andgun violence are so prevalent in a country founded on stolen land and stolenbodies and maintained with the violence of mass incarceration and globalempire. read more

Duration:00:45:39

From Apathy to Rebellion: What Makes Workers Fight?

7/11/2018
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From Apathy to Rebellion What Makes Workers Fight? Jen Roesch Socialism 2018 LGBT The teachers' rebellion that broke out in West Virginia this spring followed years of historically low strike levels. And rather than emerging in the places where unions are strongest and most organized, these strikes have rocked the so-called "red states" - places where Trump won handily and governed by Republican governors and legislatures. read more

Duration:00:44:19

Opening Plenary: Fighting Racism in Trump's America

8/31/2017
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Opening Plenary: Fighting Racism in Trump's America Khury Petersen-Smith Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Socialism 2017 Racism & Civil Rights Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, a professor at Princeton’s Center for African American Studies and author of From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation, was forced to cancel two speaking engagements following her May 30 commencement speech at Hampshire College, where she called President Trump a “racist, sexist megalomaniac.” After Fox...

Duration:01:02:57

Trump, Economic Nationalism, and Imperialism Today

8/31/2017
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Trump, Economic Nationalism, and Imperialism Today Lee Sustar Socialism 2017 U.S. Politics Trump famously broke with Republican orthodoxy by criticizing free trade deals and promising to champion manufacturing workers. He also denounced surviving Cold-War era institutions like NATO—causing some pundits to worry that he would undermine the post-war agreement that placed the U.S. at the center of a “liberal” imperial order. read more

Duration:00:48:14

Marxism and Cultural Appropriation

8/31/2017
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Marxism and Cultural Appropriation Nicole Colson Socialism 2017 Socialism & Marxism A University of Texas fraternity holds “border” themed party where attendees wear construction gear, ponchos, and sombreros. Czech composer Antonin Dvorak utilizes a well-known Black spiritual as the basis of his most famous symphony. GM names one of its most iconic brands after a famous Ottawa chief, Pontiac, who led a resistance against European conquest. read more

Duration:00:54:35

Not Just Your Pay Grade: How do Marxists Understand Class?

8/27/2017
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Not Just Your Pay Grade: How do Marxists Understand Class? David Whitehouse Socialism 2017 Socialism & Marxism Class in the U.S. is usually defined in terms of income and status. The “middle class” denotes the majority who are neither poor nor rich. This descriptive way of looking at class obscures more than explains—for example, how someone gets rich who doesn’t work at all while someone else who works hard is poor. read more

Duration:00:45:33

The Theory of the United Front

8/27/2017
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The Theory of the United Front Kirstin Roberts Socialism 2017 Socialism & Marxism The united front strategy was developed in the era immediately after the Russian Revolution as a tool for revolutionaries to win over in and through struggle the majority of the working class, which still held reformist views, to a revolutionary perspective. read more

Duration:00:43:54

The Impact of the Russian Revolution on the Black Left in the United States

8/27/2017
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The Impact of the Russian Revolution on the Black Left in the United States Paul Heideman Socialism 2017 U.S. Politics Black radicals across the U.S. followed events in 1917 Russia with rapturous attentiveness, convinced that the victory of Lenin's Bolsheviks in the October Revolution held vital lessons for their own struggle for liberation. African-American activists from all backgrounds debated the meaning of the revolution, from nationalists like Marcus Garvey...

Duration:00:55:51

Marxism and Elections

8/27/2014
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Marxism and Elections Kyle Brown Socialism 2014 Socialism & Marxism What attitude do Marxists take to elections and representative government? In the history of the socialist movement there have developed or coexisted two principal and, in the end, quite different and opposing views of the question. read more

Duration:00:34:32