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Naomi Klein Says 'Yes' to the People's Movement

The lines between politics and branding have been blurred, not just in recent years, but in a gradual effort by corporations to commodify media and politics. So says our guest this week, Naomi Klein, author of "The Shock Doctrine" and "This Changes Everything," joining Laura to discuss her most recent book "No Is Not Enough." How will the movements of resistance and creation challenge reality TV politics? Where is it already happening? Klein sets out the map.

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Workers, Wildcats and New Models for Labor Organizing

This week, Laura Flanders speaks with SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry (of Service Employees) and labor journalist Sarah Jaffe about worker wins, challenges, and some new models for organizing. Then, a conversation with Palak Shah and Michelle Miller on a new online platforms that's helping labor activists cooperate and win.

Laura Flanders Show

Money for the arts. Where’s it come from? Where does it go? Every day there’s another multi million dollar art auction. Art as a private commodity is the preserve of the very rich. But what about the rest of us? If we all agree that arts and creativity are important ingredients of life, are we doing all we can to support the artists in our midst? Laura is joined today by three guests who make it their job to figure out how we’ll democratize access to art and art making.

Laura Flanders Show

Laura Flanders Show

Laura Flanders Show