• Out of Afghanistan
    Out of Afghanistan

    This long bloody madness has ended.

    Can we learn to love peace at last?

    On the road from Detroit to South Africa: Black radical internationalist traditions
    On the road from Detroit to South Africa: Black radical internationalist traditions

    Roy Singham reminisces about his work with the late General Gordon Baker, Jr. and the League of Revolutionary Black Workers (LRBW) in Detroit and its connections with South African workers.

    Time to reset Canada-China relations on a path to peace
    Time to reset Canada-China relations on a path to peace

    To date, the Canadian government has acted as a reliable ally in the U.S.’s New Cold War against China. The need for Canada to change course is dire, but prospects are grim. Canada needs to break with this dangerous path and set course for peace and cooperation with China.

    Michael Hudson – ‘Life and Thought’
    Michael Hudson – ‘Life and Thought’

    Professor Hudson talked about his formative years, and his turn to economics from music as he found his mentor Terence McCarthy's speech about economics beautiful and asethetic.

    Return of the Dialectics of Nature: Marxian Ecology and the Struggle for Freedom as Necessity —A Discussion of the Deutscher Prize 2020
    Return of the Dialectics of Nature: Marxian Ecology and the Struggle for Freedom as Necessity —A Discussion of the Deutscher Prize 2020

    This session is a discussion of the Deutscher Prize Winning Book 2020 ‘The Return of the Dialectics of Nature: Marxian Ecology and the Struggle for Freedom as Necessity’ – John Bellamy Foster

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