Democracy loses if the Internet is sold to the highest bidder- and that may be exactly what’s about to happen.
Race, Class, & Immigration: watch-listen
Bill Moyers talks with activists about an initiative to open Americans’ eyes about income inequality.
A look at the state of American economic inequality and writer Sherman Alexie on living in two different cultures at the same time.
Low-wage, temporary work is becoming a new normal in post-recession America, and today’s temp workers are no longer in it temporarily.
Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Leslie Brown to talk about her work on the Behind the Veil oral history project. Later, Mark is joined by Koritha Mitchell to talk about her new book Living with Lynching.
Center for Advanced Study (CAS) Special Presentation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Hope and History: Past and Present Burdens of Race.”
Dr. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva gives the keynote address for the inaugural event of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s Black History Month. His address is titled, “Now You See It, Now You Don’t! The Sweet Enchantment of Post-Racial Racism in Contemporary America.”
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Duke University. Part of the Consortium for Research on Equity in Music Education (CREME) Conference, October 2010.
Ricardo Romo moderates a discussion between Cynthia Orozco and Emilio Zamora about the history of Mexican-American civil rights struggles in Texas.Watch here.
February 4, 2013 marked Rosa Parks’ 100th birthday. Historian Jeanne Theoharis, author of The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, looks at Rosa Parks’ life in this video.
This talk evaluates the last fifty years of Chicana/o History, charting the progress ethnic Mexicans in the United States have made socially and culturally, their failures economically and politically, and their prospects for the future.
Professor Dayo F. Gore discusses her work, Radicalism at the Crossroads, which offers a sustained and in-depth analysis of the political thought and activism of black women radicals during the Cold War period and adds a new dimension to our … Continue reading
Scenes from Precious Knowledge, which portrays one of the final years of the highly successful but controversial Mexican American Studies Program at Tucson High School. http://youtu.be/34oz5pslPjE
This video travels to Camden, NJ with Sister Simone Campbell as she and her sisters advocate for comprehensive immigration policy reform.
Hear from young black activists about the issues that brought them to the capital on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.