Laurie Mercier talks with Old Mole Joe Clement about the argument for
degrowth within international environmental, anti-colonial and
anti-capitalist movements. Degrowth proposes radical wealth distribution by
way of a planned scale-down and re-organization of the economy in...
Laurie Mercier hosts this episode of the Old Mole which includes:
Rebuilding the Left in the US: Bill Resnick interviews Bhaskar Sunkara, the
founder/editor of Jacobin, about what the left can do to push the Biden
Administration over the next year to address working peo...
Laurie Mercier hosts this episode of the Old Mole, which includes these
Mutual Aid in Portland: In this time of viral epidemic and lockdown many
Portland groups are appealing for help, including the workers in our medical
care and hospital systems for personal pr...
Laurie Mercier hosts this episode of the Old Mole, which will include:
Covid 19 and Environmental Degradation: Bill Resnick continues the second of
a two part interview with Dr. Michael Friedman, a microbiologiest who studies
the relationship between environmental degradati...
Bill Resnick continues the second of a two part interview with Dr. Michael
Friedman, a microbiologiest who studies the relationship between
environmental degradation and the emergence of human pathogens, like Covid
Deforestation for farmland, cleared by slash and burn,...
Laurie talks with Frank Little about the Multnomah County Library expansion
bond, which will appear on the November ballot, and hold a light up to the
neoliberal concepts and practices sneaking into our most socialist of
institutions. For more about these issues see: "Notes...
In honor of National Poetry Month, Patricia Kullberg discusses the 1968 poem,
“They Feed They Lion,” by former US Poet Laureate, Philip Levine and what
the poem might mean for us today as we grapple with the devastation of
climate change and pandemic disease.
Aerial view o...