social justice

2014 Will Be The Year Of 'Economic Populism.' Then What?
There will come a time when the American people demand, not just discussion and research, but solutions. Read more...
Here's Ross Douthat in Sunday's <em>New York Times</em>, engaging in some typical "both sides do it" nonsense <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/17/opinion/sunday/douthat-the-end-of-a-catholic-moment.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0">about the Catholic vote. Read more...
What a shock. Sour grapes Bill O'Reilly didn't like President Obama's inaugural speech today. And what set Bill-O off that irritated him so badly about it? President Obama was advocating for... gasp... social justice! The horror! The only thing that Read more...
Friday, October 19th, 7pm Value: Who Decides? Momenta Art - 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn Occupy Museums invites you to to a discussion on value. It is said that art represents our cultural heritage, our common legacy. Does it? What value is Read more...
CRISIS from urban research collective on Vimeo. In the time of multiple crisis, millions of Americans are struck by unemployment, poverty and homelessness. This documentary explores different dimensions of the crisis and articulates the Read more...

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Network Executive Director Sister Simone Campbell kicked off the nine-state “Nuns on the Bus” tour at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Des Moines, Iowa. She spoke on the pressing need for solidarity in our society and the harm the House Read more...
All times are Eastern Standard Time. Take a Walk, Scott: Post-Mortem of the Wisconsin Recalls Panel; Fri, 06/08/2012 - 10:30am, Ballroom A Citizens United, Super PACs and the Fight for Our Democracy Panel; Fri, 06/08/2012 - 03:00pm, Read more...
"The Evolution of the Butterfly," a four-minute short by filmmaker Abraham Heisler, features the renowned cellular biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton narrating the process of a caterpillar transforming into a butterfly over footage Heisler shot of Read more...
John Kenneth Galbraith famously said that "the modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness." That exercise may have reached its limits Read more...
C-SPAN aired a panel discussion hosted by Tavis Smiley this week which included Cornel West, Arianna Huffington, David Frum, Dana Milbank, David Brody, John Chen, Maria Teresa Kumar and Maria Bartiromo. I didn't get to watch all of it but enjoyed Read more...