Posts in The Cost of Capitalism
RAJ PATEL on Cheapness in the Age of Capitalism /137

Raj and Ayana discuss cheapness in relation to the prison industrial complex, the invisibility of domestic labor and care work, the fallacies of fair trade, and the enclosure of the commons.

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COREY LESK on Warming Winters and Southern Pine Beetle Migration /136

Ayana and Corey discuss the implications of southern pine beetle expansion, how forest structures will shift, the threat to native biodiversity, the importance of cold winters, and how forestry measures are not the solution.

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RICHIE RESEDA on Dismantling Patriarchy /134

Richie and Ayana examine how harmful patriarchy is to us all, why we must let go of our limited understanding of crime, the geography of prisons, and meaningful and revolutionary organizing in prisons.

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TARA HOUSKA & RUTH BREECH on Divesting from Toxic Capitalism /133

Join us as Tara, Ruth, and Ayana navigate the worlds of man camps and resistance movements, track money trails, meet face to face with European banking leaders, and enter the boardrooms of America’s wealthiest shareholder meetings.

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PUA CASE on The Heart of a Mountain ⌠ENCORE⌡ /130

This week we rebroadcast Pua Case’s interview in honor of the heart of a mountain and the rising of a Nation.

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ANDREA CROSTA on The World of Wildlife Crime /113

Ayana and Andrea discuss a myriad of topics ranging from the importance of an intelligence-led approach to combating wildlife crime, how wildlife crime impacts local and global economies, the geography of trafficking, the socio-political realities that necessitate poaching and trafficking, and the grave danger posed by an increased militarization of conservation.

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JACINDA MACK on The Planetary Cost of Luxury /81

What is responsible mining? Is there such a thing? How do we restructure our dominant culture’s view of what is considered valuable?

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PUA CASE on the Heart of a Mountain /60

Pua’s life path and purpose has led her to become a Kumu Hula… she address the issues and challenges facing sacred places and life ways of the people of Hawaiʻi.

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