Les has developed a new talk that looks at the runaway inequality roots of the pandemic response and police brutality. Here’s the recording of the August 2, 2020 version. He’ll be doing more live events, which will be announced here. Click through for the video.
One of the prime goals of the Reversing Runaway Inequality program has been to advocate for public banking. While the details have to be ironed out, New Jersey is now moving forward with the creation of a public bank. You can read the news here. The San Francisco Chronicle also covered the event. Here is …
This excellently produced new video discusses the causes of runaway inequality and looks at Staten Island United’s silo-less approach to organizing as a model for movement building. It’s well worth watching even if you’ve watched other runaway inequality videos.
This happened on February 28th.
Hosted by the Movement for a Peoples’ Party.
Les Leopold appeared on a TV show called The Public Banking Solution, talking about the public banking solution, one of his favorite topics.
The tech isn’t the greatest, Les had Skype issues, but the message is clear.
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Jim Henry sent us a video about the recent workshop Indivisible St. Johns, in St. Augustine Florida, ran. Jim says the video is a little down and dirty, because he was facilitating the workshop as well as shooting the video, but hopes it still gets out the word about what’s happening in these events all …