Unions are my Family | Bernie Sanders

Unions are my Family | Bernie Sanders

I understand that you have a governor here who is trying to destroy the trade union movement. Well I’ve got some bad news for him. And that is if I’m elected President of the United States we’re going to do everything that we can to rebuild the trade union movement. [applause] Without a strong labor […]

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Non-White Cultures that Contributed to Civilization #FACTS

Non-White Cultures that Contributed to Civilization #FACTS

Sometimes you’re just like, “These are the people that run my country!” Hi, I’m T1J, follow me on twitter. So recently, Republican Congressman Steve King made the following comment on LIve TV: This guy gets to helps write our laws! He was immediately accused of preaching white supremacy and being a racist. Which could very […]

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Spiritual Motherhood for Single Women

Spiritual Motherhood for Single Women

Another talk that you’ve given on Saint Augustine’s quote” “Our hearts are restless until they rest in thee” Maybe that with spiritual motherhood–what you tell our audience about single life and you know trying to have a fulfilling life without getting weighed down in the…you know I’m not married and i’m looking for someone but […]

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How policewomen make communities safer | Ivonne Roman

How policewomen make communities safer | Ivonne Roman

I’ve been a police officer in an urban city for nearly 25 years. That’s crazy, right? And in that time, I’ve served in every rank, from police officer to police chief. A few years ago, I noticed something alarming. Starting in 2014, I started monitoring recruits as they cycled through police academies in the state […]

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Jo Spence: The Feminist Photography of a Cultural Sniper

Jo Spence: The Feminist Photography of a Cultural Sniper

There is something about her work that even today has a power almost to make one squirm inwardly at the courage with which she can act but also the courage and the humour with which she can act – and not exactly make fun of herself, but almost defy the audience to make fun of […]

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Marx Part 3: Cultural Marxism & Political Correctness | Philosophy Tube

Marx Part 3: Cultural Marxism & Political Correctness | Philosophy Tube

March is my month of Marx! In Part 1 we looked at Labour and Class conflict, in Part 2 we looked at Capitalism’s Consequences. Today we’re looking at the term ‘Cultural Marxism,’ and if you’re watching this video, it might be because you’ve just used that phrase and someone has linked you to me. So […]

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Tangled Part 1: Cultural Appropriation and Racial Coding

Tangled Part 1: Cultural Appropriation and Racial Coding

Ah “Tangled.” Originally called “Rapunzel.” In a nutshell, after “The Princess and the Frog” didn’t do nearly as well as Disney had hoped it would they decided that the reason was because boys saw “princess” in the title, and they didn’t wanna see a movie with a princess name in it. So they went for […]

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The dangerous ways ads see women | Jean Kilbourne | TEDxLafayetteCollege

The dangerous ways ads see women | Jean Kilbourne | TEDxLafayetteCollege

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Ilze Garda I started collecting ads and talking about the image of women in advertising in the late 1960s. As far as I know, I was the first person to do this. I tore ads out of magazines, put them on my refrigerator, and gradually, I began to see a […]

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What Is Cultural Appropriation? | Feminist Fridays

What Is Cultural Appropriation? | Feminist Fridays

Hi! Welcome to Feminist Fridays: a series where we explore the social, the political, and the media from a feminist and intersectional perspective…and use a lot of F-words. On today’s episode of Feminist Fridays we’re gonna be discussing what has been by far the most requested video topic…cultural appropriation. If you’ve ever been to a […]

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Nicki Minaj On Cultural Appropriation, Becoming A Boss, Being Unapologetic & More | TIME 100 | TIME

Nicki Minaj On Cultural Appropriation, Becoming A Boss, Being Unapologetic & More | TIME 100 | TIME

I think, before I could remember wanting to do anything else, I knew that I wanted to be in charge. As a child, my mother didn’t have a job where she was the boss. And I always looked at that and wished that she was the boss and that she did make her own rules. […]

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