Clayton Morgareidge hosts this episode of the Old Mole, and we hear--
Bill Resnick talks with radical economist Marty Hart-Landsberg about what we
need to learn from the "old" New Deal in order to fight for a Green New Deal;
Clayton Morgareidge comments on importance of m...
Bill Resnick talks with economist Marty Hart-Landsberg about the Green New
Deal and what can be learned from Roosevelt's New Deal that started,
haltingly in the 1930s and gained steam after World War II. This is the
first part of a two-part interview; Part 2 will be on nex...
“Joker” has been called a film for the far right, an ode to angry,
white men, and a condemnation of American austerity under the rule of the
billionaire class. Movie Moles Victoria Saucedo and Denise Morris dig
through the rubble to argue that “Joker” is in fact a cinemati...
Joe Clement presents a song by Leon Rosselson, "Who Reaps The Profits, Who
Pays The Price". It’s a working class indictment of the capitalist
imperative to turn everything – our lives and the earth – into money.
It’s a beautiful and powerful call to overthrow that system. H...
Joe Clement talks with Kelley McAllister, Communications Director of UFCW
555, about the labor struggle at Fred Meyers. They consider how Fred Meyers
has gotten away with paying women over three dollars an hour less than men,
and what the union is trying to do about it. Thi...
Organizer Diane Meisenhelter talks with Clayton Morgareidge about the climate
action rally coming up at Portland City Hall at noon on Friday, September 23.
Marking the end of a week of ongoing climate action, Extinction Rebellion,
350.org, and other climate activists are jo...
A week ago on the Old Mole, Bill Resnick talked with three young people,
two of them local high school students, about their plans and hopes for
Friday’s Climate Strike action. Now Bill is back to review the results with
Yenna Paris, Jackson Calhoun, and Sriya Chinnam who ...
Clayton Morgareidge hosts this show about the power of the people: mass
action to deal with climate change, and workers’ action for fair wages.
Slow Motion Commotion will be happening this Friday, Sept. 27 at
Portland’s City Hall to holding the City Accountable for its ro...