04/03/2017 Democracy In Action With David Cobb: Reg Flowers from Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed
David Cobb talks about the upcoming Pedagogy and Theatre Of The Oppressed conference in Detroit this June with special guest, Reg Flowers (community activists, organizer and educator).
03/27/2017 Democracy In Action: Thinking About Money and Monetary Reform With Sue Peters, Warren Mosler and Walt McRee
On this mega-sized Democracy in Action with David Cobb we are "Thinking about Money and Monetary Policy" with special guests Sue Peters (American Monetary Institute), Walt McRee (Public Banking Institute), and Warren Mosler (Modern Monetary Theory).
On "Democracy in Action," David Cobb speaks with Chokwe Antar Lumumba, mayoral candidate in Jackson, MS, who is carrying on the legacy of the civil rights movement and his late father's work to remake their city.
Check out Lumumba's visionary campaign and the great work of the movements in Jackson at: http://lumumbaformayor.com
"Democracy in Action" is Live from Bernie's Coffee Shop in Los Angeles for a special 1-hour discussion on the progressive uprising and the different tactical choices facing folks who are still "feeling the Bern." Chime in with your questions!! Our panelists are:
David Cobb speaks with Shahid Buttar of the Electronic Frontier Foundation on defending Net Neutrality against both Trumpism and Neoliberalism, and the state of the struggle for a free Internet.
We had some problems synchronizing audio and video in this stream recording, but we've figured out the problem for future episodes!
DNC Chair election again shows why the Democrats can't be reformed and why we need to build a party for working people.
02/13/2017 Democracy In Action: Imam Paul Hasan on Fighting Back Against the Proposed Muslim Registry
Join David Cobb in conversation with Imam Paul Hasan of Interfaith Ministries on resisting Trump's dangerous, xenophobic Muslim registry.
02/06/2017 Democracy In Action: Green Party Candidates, Breaking Open the Debates and Voting Justice
David Cobb discusses two exciting Green Party candidates, the lawsuit against the Commission on Presidential Debates and voting justice conferences. Plus Q&A.