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Making Contact – How to Occupy the Economy: According to Richard Wolff

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Occupy Wall Street has changed the conversation about the distribution of wealth, and an economic framework which for decades, has been taken for granted.  So what now?  What policy changes and initiatives should the movement be pushing for?  On this edition, University of Massachusetts at Amherst emeritus economics professor Richard Wolff speaks about some of the roots of, and solutions to, the economic inequality that’s finally being acknowledged.

Featuring:

Richard Wolff, University of Massachusetts Economics professor; Deepa Varna, housing attorney

 

 For More Information:

Occupy Wall Street

http://occupywallst.org/

Occupy Wall Street West

http://www.occupywallstwest.org/wordpress/

Richard Wolff

http://rdwolff.com/

Move To Amend

http://movetoamend.org/

Eviction Defense Collaborative

http://www.evictiondefense.org/index.html

Occupy For Jobs

http://www.occupy4jobs.org/

F.D.R and the New Deal

http://www.fdrheritage.org/new_deal.htm

2012 United Nations year of Co-Operatives

http://www.2012.coop/

 

Articles/Blogs/Videos/Audio: 

Occupy 4 Jobs Rally NYC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F15OKHKdo1k

Decolonize/Occupy Wall St West 1.20.12

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwryQ2guhKs

Occupy is back — with horns and glitter

http://www.sfbg.com/2012/01/24/occupy-back-horns-and-glitter

Banks cancel debit card fees, but anti-bank sentiment remains palpable

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/need-to-know/the-daily-need/banks-cancel-debit-card-fees-but-anti-bank-sentiment-remains-palpable/12180/


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