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Democracy Now! 2018-03-08 Thursday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Thu, 03/08/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-03-08 Thursday
  • Headlines for March 08, 2018
  • In Spain, Women Launch Nationwide Feminist Strike Protesting "Alliance of Patriarchy & Capitalism"
  • On International Women's Day, Women Declare: Emancipation Comes Through the Rejection of Capitalism
  • Eve Ensler on International Women's Day & Her New One-Woman Play "In the Body of the World"

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Hvordan kjempe for sosial rettferdighet i Irak?

Attac - Thu, 03/08/2018 - 10:09
Arbeiderbevegelsene er de viktigste for å oppnå sosial rettferdighet i Irak, både for kvinner og menn, skriver Ruaa Khalaf fra Iraks Sosiale Forum.

Democracy Now! 2018-03-07 Wednesday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Wed, 03/07/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-03-07 Wednesday
  • Headlines for March 07, 2018
  • "We Won!": Teachers End Historic Strike in West Virginia with 5% Pay Raise for All State Workers
  • After Victorious Strike, W. Virginia Teacher Sends Message to Oklahoma Educators Poised to Walk Out
  • Dems Team Up with GOP to Weaken Bank Rules, Which Critics Say May Lead to More Bailouts & Misconduct
  • Texas Primaries See Surging Democratic Turnout & Record Number of Female Candidates

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Democracy Now! 2018-03-06 Tuesday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Tue, 03/06/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-03-06 Tuesday
  • Headlines for March 06, 2018
  • Lori Wallach and Michael Hudson Debate Trump's Plan to Impose Steel & Aluminum Tariffs
  • Sen. Chris Murphy Calls for Reinstating Assault Weapons Ban & Breaking NRA's "Vise Grip" on GOP
  • Sen. Chris Murphy: The U.S. Is Exporting Violence & Killing Civilians in Illegal War in Yemen

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Democracy Now! 2018-03-05 Monday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Mon, 03/05/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-03-05 Monday
  • Headlines for March 05, 2018
  • "People Have Just Had Enough": West Virginia Teachers Continue Historic Strike into Eighth Day
  • U.K. University Workers Enter Week 3 of Strike Against Pension Cuts & "Marketization" of Higher Ed
  • From Coal Miners to Teachers: West Virginia Continues to Lead Radical Labor Struggle in the U.S.
  • "The Oscars Are Still So White": While Awards Project Diversity, Most Winners Remain White Men

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Rettferdig handelspolitikk til fordel for mennesker og miljø

Attac - Sun, 03/04/2018 - 16:40
Uttalelse fra Attac Norges landsmøte 2018: Attac er ikke imot handel, men for et handelssystem som er rettferdig, solidarisk og økologisk bærekraftig.

Skatterettferdighet på 1-2-3-4

Attac - Sun, 03/04/2018 - 16:21
Uttalelse fra Attac Norges landsmøte 2018: Politikerne gjør ikke nok for å bekjempe skatteparadis. 2018 er året for å snu det!

Industripolitikk for det 21. århundre

Attac - Sun, 03/04/2018 - 16:15
Uttalelse fra Attac Norges landsmøte 2018: Data er råvaren i framtidens industripolitikk, det krever en politikk der det ikke er noen få internasjonale giganter som har kontrollen over dem!

Attac støtter kampen mot Acer og utenlandskabler

Attac - Sun, 03/04/2018 - 16:00
Uttalelse fra Attac Norges landsmøte 2018: Miljø og arbeidsplasser må komme foran markedsprinsipper, også i kraftsektoren.

Faktisk er velferdsstatene i

Comments - Sun, 03/04/2018 - 11:48

Faktisk er velferdsstatene i Spania og Italia fortsatt påvirket av arven fra fascismen. Dette består i at de har en velferdsstat, men at ordningene er utformet slik at de svakeste forsøkes ekskludert. Et praktisk utslag av dette er at disse landene ikke har noe tilsvarende norsk sosialstønad, slik at folk kan ende opp i en situasjon hvor de ikke har rett på noen hjelp som helst. Istedet har de høye pensjoner, hvor det forventes at folk tar vare på sine barn når de sliter. De har derimot klart å skape en ganske kjip kombinasjon av enorme velferdsstater som omfordeler fra de rike til middelklassen, mens de svakeste står med et tilbud som er på nivå med USA eller dårligere.

Nazisme, fascisme og Ayn Randianisme tre ideologier som tilhører ytterste høyre fløy!!

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Legendary Journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault Reflects on the Day She Desegregated the U. of Georgia

Daglige TV-nyheter - Fri, 03/02/2018 - 14:00
Even as racial justice protests have swept the nation in recent years, a new report finds the gains of the civil rights movement have stalled—and in some cases lost ground—over the past half-century. Among the report’s findings: School segregation is on the rise, white supremacist movements are becoming emboldened and more violent, and child poverty has increased—from 15.5 percent in 1968 to 21 percent today. The report comes on the 50th anniversary of a report by the Kerner Commission, which was assembled by President Lyndon Johnson in the wake of uprisings by African Americans in Newark and Detroit. The commission concluded that the United States was “moving toward two societies, one black, one white—separate and unequal.” For more on the civil rights movement’s legacy, the student movements for gun control today, and her own pivotal role in the student-led movement to desegregate U.S. public schools and universities, we talk to legendary broadcast journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault. She’s won numerous awards for her work at PBS, NPR and CNN, and she’s authored a number of books, including “In My Place,” a memoir of her childhood and her years at the University of Georgia. Her recent piece for The New Yorker is headlined “Surviving School Desegregation, and Finding Hope in #NeverAgain.”

Democracy Now! 2018-03-02 Friday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Fri, 03/02/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-03-02 Friday
  • Headlines for March 02, 2018
  • Mother of Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner: My Daughter Wasn't Read Her Miranda Rights
  • Civil Rights Leader Who Desegregated U. of Georgia on Student-Led Movements of 1960s and Today

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Web Special: Extended Discussion on "Black Panther" & Why Wakanda Matters

Daglige TV-nyheter - Thu, 03/01/2018 - 14:00
We host an extended web-only roundtable with three guests: Christopher Lebron, a professor at Johns Hopkins University who recently wrote “’Black Panther’ Is Not the Film We Deserve”; Robyn C. Spencer, a professor at Lehman College, who wrote “Black Feminist Meditations on the Women of Wakanda”; and Carvell Wallace, author of The New York Times Magazine story “Why 'Black Panther' Is a Defining Moment for Black America.”

Democracy Now! 2018-03-01 Thursday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Thu, 03/01/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-03-01 Thursday
  • Headlines for March 01, 2018
  • A Message to Trump: Fund Background Checks and Public Health Research on Guns—Don't Arm Teachers
  • West Virginia Teachers Win Promise of Pay Raise, But Continue Strike over Soaring Healthcare Costs
  • "Freakishly Warm" Arctic Weather Has Scientists Reconsidering Worst-Case Scenarios on Climate Change

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Democracy Now! 2018-02-28 Wednesday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Wed, 02/28/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-02-28 Wednesday
  • Headlines for February 28, 2018
  • Cruel & Unconstitutional: ACLU Denounces SCOTUS Ruling Approving Indefinite Immigrant Detention
  • How the "Black Panther" Film Is "A Defining Moment for Black America"
  • Afrofuturism, Liberation & Representation in "Black Panther": A Roundtable Discussion

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Filmmaker Raoul Peck on "The Young Karl Marx," James Baldwin, U.S. Interventions Abroad & More

Daglige TV-nyheter - Tue, 02/27/2018 - 14:00
Extended discussion with world-famous filmmaker Raoul Peck about his new film, “The Young Karl Marx,” his Oscar-nominated film about James Baldwin, “I Am Not Your Negro,” and much more.

Democracy Now! 2018-02-27 Tuesday

Daglige TV-nyheter - Tue, 02/27/2018 - 14:00
Democracy Now! 2018-02-27 Tuesday
  • Headlines for February 27, 2018
  • Modern-Day Redlining: Banks Face Probes for Refusing Home Loans for People of Color
  • Let's Move Our Money: Penn. Lawmaker Demands Action Against Banks Practicing Racist Redlining
  • Janus v. AFSCME: Will Supreme Court Side with Koch Brothers in Their War Against Organized Labor?

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Norge : LO-lederen rykker ut i Giske-saken

FriFagbevegelse - Fri, 12/22/2017 - 23:18
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