This video playlist compiles all of acTVism Munich's work for the month October 2016 which includes a wide range of topics - privacy, democracy, economy, politics and social issues. This video playlist includes interviews with Joseph Gerson, Ernst Wolff and Noam Chomsky.
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Note to our Event:
We are hosting an event on the 15th of January 2017, which will feature leading experts in Edward Snowden, Jeremy Scahill, Jürgen Todenhöfer, Srecko Horvat, Richard Wolff and Paul Jay, who will talk about various issues (Military Industrial Complex, Political Economy, Mass Media, Activism, etc) with the underlying aim of providing context as well as solutions. For more infos, click here.
Our plan is to live-stream this event on the internet to a global audience and capture it via video to be made available for free on social media. We also hope to translate all the footage into multiple languages to inform people globally and not just from the English speaking world.
Descriptions for each video are listed below:
The first video of the month of October is our interview with Joseph Gerson. Gerson serves as the American Friends Service Committee’s (AFSC) disarmament coordinator, as director of programs in New England, and as director of the Peace and Economic Security Program. He has worked with AFSC since 1976. In 1947, AFSC was a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
The following questions are addressed by Gerson in this video:
Wolff is the author of “Pillaging the World. The History and Politics of the IMF” and will address the following questions:
For Part I, click here.
Prof. Chomsky focuses on historical developments that seldom, if at all, appear or are discussed in Western mainstream historical literature.
The following questions will be addressed in this video:
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