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As the London mayor plans to conduct a review on cannabis legalization, Grace speaks with Kojo Koram, lecturer in law at Birkbeck and author of several books, including The War on Drugs and the Global Colour Line, about drug policy and history. They discuss the roots of drugs criminalization, the neoliberal roots of the war on drugs in the UK and U…
 
This episode dives into the results of the NBA's second round of the playoffs while looking ahead to its final four. We also talk about British politicians attacking Liverpool fans for daring to boo a monarchy that's repeatedly screwed them over, Jonah's dismissal of Pep Guardiola's complaints about the English press and Matthew's eternal flame of …
 
Matthew Huber, author of Climate Change as Class War, explains why the environmental movement needs to take class and production more seriously. Next up, Adam Kotsko explores why evangelicals are so obsessed with abortion Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the lo…
 
The documentary WHITE NOISE (2020) follows three very prominent members of the alt-right (you'll be familiar with all of them, folks) as their fortunes rise and fall during the Trump era. We discuss the ethics of interviewing/"platforming" ideological enemies, the differing aesthetic styles of various alt-right personalities, and what happens to po…
 
Tom Mills, lecturer in sociology at Aston University and the author of The BBC: Myth of a Public Service, joins Long Reads for a discussion about the history of the BBC, its ideological and soft-power functions, and the future of public broadcasting. Read Tom's article "The Left Should Stand for a Democratically Run BBC" here: https://www.jacobinma…
 
Live from New York: Dan interviews Amazon Labor Union president Chris Smalls, Jaz Brisack of Starbucks Workers United, SEIU Local 1199NE president Rob Baril, Jacobin writer Alex Press, and Labor Notes writer Luis Feliz Leon on the return of labor militancy that we see sweeping Amazon, Starbucks, and workplaces all around the US. Support The Dig at …
 
This week, Grace talks to John Bellamy Foster, professor of sociology at the University of Oregon and editor of Monthly Review. They discuss Marx’s metabolic theory of nature and the "metabolic rift" that shapes the relationship between humanity and nature under capitalism, as well as the ongoing relevance of the theory of monopoly capital put forw…
 
This week on The Jacobin Show, Natalie Shure explains why she doesn't think the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will turn out Dem voters in the midterms, Jen Pan pours some cold water on liberal excitement over corporations' sudden and newfound interest in reproductive rights, and Matt Huber discusses his new book Climate Change as Class Wa…
 
Hablamos con el cantautor José Córdoba 'El Chivi' sobre músíca, libertad y cancelación. SUSCRÍBETE EN EL SIGUIENTE ENLACE Y ACTIVA LA CAMPANITA 🔔: https://www.youtube.com/c/ElJacobino/... 🌟 ¡AYÚDANOS! Entra a https://www.eljacobino.es/ y colabora con tus donaciones para que El Jacobino pueda seguir realizando su labor. ¡ES MUY IMPORTANTE! ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️ …
 
Nunca hay emprendedores de éxito en el África subsahariana ni en países donde existe la presión fiscal con la que sueñan los minarquistas o los anarcocapitalistas. SUSCRÍBETE EN EL SIGUIENTE ENLACE Y ACTIVA LA CAMPANITA 🔔: https://www.youtube.com/c/ElJacobino/?sub_confirmation=1 🌟 ¡AYÚDANOS! Entra a https://www.eljacobino.es/ y colabora con tus don…
 
THE TRUMAN SHOW (1998) is widely remembered as a prescient film that anticipates the rise of social media and reality TV. But how accurate was its forecast, really? And what, exactly, was it saying? And hey—did the audience watch Truman go to the bathroom? We investigate. "The Audience is Us" by Jonathan Rosenbaum: https://jonathanrosenbaum.net/202…
 
El trabajo no se puede deteriorar más. El Estado social y los derechos laborales son los cimientos de una sociedad digna, igualitaria y libre. SUSCRÍBETE EN EL SIGUIENTE ENLACE Y ACTIVA LA CAMPANITA 🔔: https://www.youtube.com/c/ElJacobino/... 🌟 ¡AYÚDANOS! Entra a https://www.eljacobino.es/ y colabora con tus donaciones para que El Jacobino pueda se…
 
A timely interview from the archives: legal scholars Aziz Rana and Amna Akbar, and Movement for Black Lives lawyer Marbre Stahly-Butts, on SCOTUS, liberal court veneration, and other big questions on the law and politics facing the left. Find Eslanda at haymarketbooks.org/books/1769-eslanda Support The Dig at Patreon.com/TheDig See acast.com/privac…
 
Jen Pan speaks with Ben Burgis about why the left should continue focusing on concrete organizing and policy and not the culture wars. She also speaks with Clay Aldern, co-author of the new book Homelessness is a Housing Problem, about how to solve the housing crisis in the US. Also on the show: a look at how private universities are making a killi…
 
This week, Grace talks to brilliant young climate campaigner Mikaela Loach about her work trying to shut down oil production in the North Sea, taking the UK government to court over fossil fuel subsidies, and the best ways to organize among Gen Z! Mikaela has been involved with campaigns such as Stop Cambo, Stop Jackdaw, and Paid to Pollute. A Worl…
 
The Monkees were a prefabricated pop band who didn't play their own instruments and didn't get much respect. But in 1968, they teamed with director Bob Rafelson and a young writer named Jack Nicholson to take charge of their image with HEAD (1968), a corrosive satire that asks: what do the Monkees have in common with the Vietnam War? Donate to an a…
 
In which we discuss the second round of the NBA playoffs, whether basebrawls are regressive acts of violence or progressive expressions of workers' rights, how Liverpool Football Club is like the USSR, and the NFL draft. Jonah also breaks Matthew's brain by setting him straight on a Godfather 2 misunderstanding. Follow the Jacobin Sports Show on Tw…
 
Doug speaks with David Adler of the Progressive International on an impending debt crisis, with an emphasis on the role of the IMF. Plus: Sudip Bhattacharya on the Asian American population: its diversity, its unity, its politics. David's Guardian article about the IMF: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/apr/18/will-biden-ever-stand-up-…
 
Ayşe Zarakol on her book Before the West: The Rise and Fall of Eastern World Orders. How centuries of Asian empires from Genghis Khan to Timur and the early Ming Dynasty through the Ottomans and Mughals built dominant world orders and, ultimately, shaped the rise of Europe—and how that all might shape how we think about the crisis in the world orde…
 
This week, Grace is joined by Barnaby Raine, co-author of a recent essay for Salvage magazine analyzing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine through the lens of rising nationalism, a feature of global politics especially since the 2008 financial crisis. They discuss this world-historic crisis of capitalism, how it is fueling the growth of nationalist and n…
 
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