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The Video That Got Me Fired: Israel Is An Apartheid State
Here's the video that got me censored, fired, and canceled by Next Star media, which owns The Hill and Rising, a show I've been a weekly contributor to for three years. Thanks to Breakthrough News for making this video with me and actually being an independent and uncensored...
The Universal Christ | Richard Rohr
This hour-long video provides a deeper exploration into the Universal Christ. Father Richard Rohr delivers a framework for reading Scripture and understanding church history that demonstrates how these ideas have been a part of the Christian tradition since the beginning.
The Future of Christianity
A dialog featuring Brian McLaren, Barbara Holmes, James Finley, & Richard Rohr.
It’s Not Enough To Be Anti-Racist, We Also Need To Be Pro Human | Daryl Davis
How do we solve a problem like racism? Can simply being against racism bring about its destruction? No. To end hatred, we must know what we want to put in its place. In 1990 I met Roger Kelly, a leader in the Ku Klux Klan. Since I was a child I had a question: “how can...
Redefining "Harm" Infantilizes People of Color | Erec Smith
"Harm" has become an almost ubiquitous term in  social justice circles. Hear a Mandarin word that sounds like the N-word? You’ve been harmed, according to students and administrators at USC. Famed author of White Fragility, Robin DiAngelo’s latest New York Times bestselling...
The US Government Prioritizes War Over People
Hurricane Katrina – which caused around 1,800 fatalities and $125 billion in damage – was predictable and preventable, but the US Government prioritised their so-called War on Terror.
We’ve Entered the Age of Catastrophe
The year 2020 marked the beginning of the Age of Catastrophe, our civilisation is beginning to collapse. Can we count on the government to save us?
The 4 Biggest Political Lies About Inequality | Robert Reich
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich debunks conservative myths about poverty, inequality, and the economy.
Cultural Relativism and the Importance of Anthropology in the Modern Age | Wade Davis
Bestselling author and anthropologist Wade Davis addresses The Royal Canadian Geographical Society's 2017 College of Fellows dinner, held November 16, 2017 at the Canadian Museum of History.
Why Is US Media Becoming More Right-Wing?
Something very interesting is happening to mainstream US media, and they're openly admitting it. Why is the news becoming more right-wing? – Second Thought 
The Orange Pill: There's Something Wrong With Suburbia
This video was filmed on an actual CRT monitor, in an actual pile of garbage, at the side of an actual stroad.
Workplace Dictatorships
In this episode of All Things Co-op, Kevin chats with Professor and author Elizabeth Anderson about her book Private Government, which pushes back on the myth that a free market means workers are free. Most workplaces function like dictatorships, with their own private...
How Corporate Welfare Hurts You | Robert Reich
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich explains the policies that line the pockets of corporations while hurting ordinary Americans.
Capitalism Has Hijacked Christmas for Profit. We Need to Reclaim Its Humanitarian Origins.
In this video essay, I look at why we need a war on capitalist Christmas. Specifically, I look at the history of how capitalism stole Christmas, and how we might be able to steal it back. Christmas wasn't always a holiday of private gift-giving, it used to be based in public...
The News Media Is Selling You Out
The news media is in the pocket of a major industry. 
The Worldwide Web of Belief and Ritual | Wade Davis
Anthropologist Wade Davis muses on the worldwide web of belief and ritual that makes us human. He shares breathtaking photos and stories of the Elder Brothers, a group of Sierra Nevada indians whose spiritual practice holds the world in balance.
Learn What It Means to Matter
Black lives matter. Blue lives matter. All lives matter. But what does it actually mean to matter? Find out by enrolling in
What Should We Do About Racist White Americans? | Daryl Davis & Quay Hanna
"What should our society do about people like me? White people from rural America who might be racist? My name is Quay Hanna." "And I’m Daryl Davis. Both Quay and I have dedicated our lives to reaching out to racist white Americans to get them to see the common humanity that...
BOMBSHELL: 60% Of Pentagon Money Is Missing | The Kyle Kulinski Show
This should be on the front page of every newspaper, but it's not.  
Indict Us Too: Daniel Ellsberg & Cryptome's John Young Demand US Drop Charges Against Julian Assange
As supporters of Julian Assange fear his extradition to the United States could be just weeks away, and President Biden faces growing pressure to drop espionage charges against Assange, we are joined for an exclusive joint interview with Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel...
The Genderbread Person Isn't the Way | Zander Keig
I grew up in what I felt like was a progressive society.In school we had broken through the idea of strict gender roles; we were taught that men and women could have any career that they wanted. On the playground boys and girls played together. I am a trans-man, but as a...
My Enemy's Letters | Jim Enderle
During his service in Iraq, Navy Corpsman Jim Enderle had an awakening experience that changed his life. Jim uncovers what it means to be human and how our perceptions prevent us from truly achieving peace.
The Secret To Healing Trauma | Dr. Gabor Mate
Dr. Gabor Mate shares his personal journey of healing the trauma he experienced as an infant baby when his Jewish family was subject to Nazi occupation in Hungary. Trauma is not what happened to you. Trauma is the wound that you sustained. This is a good thing! Because if...
Why Breakdowns Are Sometimes Necessary | Duncan Trussell
Duncan Trussell describes how a mental breakdown just might be a break through.
We The People | Mark Charles
Mark Charles explains the fundamental design of the founding documents of the United States of America that allows white, landowning men to flourish and maintain power. He examines how the United States Constitution and Declaration of Independence did not recognize all the...
The Force That Drives Our Civilization | Charles Eisenstein
Charles Eisenstein explains how the time has come for us to re-examine the stories that we believe about ourselves in relationship with all life. When we are able to do this well, we will understand how to make better decisions that do not cause damage and destruction to the...
America's Gun Fetish | Chris Hedges
Chris Hedges explains how guns became such an important part of the American culture.
What We Can Learn From Nature | Janine Benyus
Janine Benyus reveals the natural intelligence found in the patterns and designs of nature all around us. We live in a competent, brilliant planet and are surrounded by genius with perfect timing and coordination, all without top down laws and policies. The organisms have all...
What Do Animals Think And Feel? | Carl Safina
Scientist Carl Safina explains the unique ways that animals use their natural intelligence to work together for survival. He explains that love is not unique to humans. We see many ways that animals feel connection with one another and will put themselves at risk to help...
How the Soil Healed Wounded Soldiers | George Monbiot
Learn how this mysterious "Angel's Glow" helped to heal the wounded soldiers, as described by George Monbiot in his new book Regenesis.
Judge Not: a Short Film about Judgement, Compassion, and Learning to Love the Cringe
Over the last couple years, I’ve tried to bring an increased awareness to the relationship between judgement, compassion, and suffering--both within myself and the larger collective culture. I see the seductive trap of judgment as a source of so much suffering, especially in...
To Be At Home In The World | Charles Eisenstein
A meditative, absorbing, intricately-edited short film about the crisis of belonging, the high price of progress, and the return journey home, as told by author/philosopher Charles Eisenstein.
Feminine Power Does Not Move the World Through Force
It Tethers the Masculine Powers to Life, Directs them Toward Love, and Keeps Them Grounded in Beauty.
Why Doctors Ignore Trauma | Dr. Nadine Burke Harris
Dr. Nadine Harris has been studying the effects of early childhood adversity on health outcomes later on in life. In her 30 years of studying research, the findings are clear. Childhood trauma dramatically affects health across a lifetime. These are not some new findings...
How To Have A Relationship With A Wild Animal | Steve Karlin
How does a human being develop a relationship with a wild animal? Steve Karlin, of Wildlife Associates, is a wild animal rehabilitation expert that explains how animals can sense how we think and feel, and what they need in order to trust a relationship with a human.
How Trees Talk | Suzanne Simard
Scientist Suzanne Simard explains the complex intelligence of how trees communicate with one another and are super cooperators rather than competitors. This beautiful story takes you into the forest to see how trees share resources and protect each other from invaders and...
How To Handle Our Inner Cynicism | Mr Rogers
I didn't know much about Mister Rogers nor his classic show "Mister Rogers' Neighbourhood" until I saw the Tom Hanks film, A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood. Here's my thoughts on what it can teach us about the inner cynicism that we all fall prey to from time to time.
The Socialist Guide to Surviving in Capitalism
This might be controversial.
Frog and Toad: The Philosophy of Simple Living
In this video, I chat about the 1970s children’s book series Frog and Toad—written and illustrated by Arnold Lobel—including its helpful/wholesome themes and why it’s so cozy and memorable. - Quality Culture
The Case for Elderhood in a Time of Trouble
In his landmark provocative style, Stephen Jenkinson makes the case that we must birth a new generation of elders, one poised and willing to be true stewards of the planet and its species. Come of Age does not offer tips on how to be a better senior citizen or how to be...
The Healthy Masculinity of Ted Lasso | A Therapist Explains
A videoessay breaking down the masculinity in the apple tv show Ted Lasso, starring Jason Sudekis as a football coach. This analysis considers the healthy masculinity of characters such as Roy Kent, the developing masculinity of Jamie Tartt, as well as touching on the toxic...
An Initiation to Game B
Follow the journey of a Game~B pioneer who—with the help of the three stewards—awakens to the realization that she must find her tribe and prevent humanity's current path toward self-termination by playing a new game.
Brotherhood is the Medicine: How Men are Reclaiming a Masculinity in Service to Life
I learned something important about myself at an event last month, the annual convergence of a men’s organization called the Sacred Sons. Though I was there as a speaker, I decided to experience it from the vantage point of a participant as well. That is how I found myself in...
Why It's So Hard To Imagine Life After Capitalism
There's a common expression, "it's easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism." When the current economic model is seen more as an immutable force of nature than a system created by humans in the recent past, it becomes much harder to imagine actually...
Libelinha Venture, Rewild The Future
When Xavier and Arantxa bought their land in Central Portugal they just wanted to have a little piece of selfsufficient heaven.. But two months after the purchase a huge wildfire raged over the area, turning everything black. Instead of giving up of and losing hope, drastic...
Anthropologist Debunks Darwin’s Most Abused Idea | James Suzman
James Suzman lived with a tribe of hunter-gatherers to witness how an ancient culture survives one of the most brutal climates on Earth. His learnings may surprise you. 
Why Everyone Needs to Watch Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives for a Regenerative Future
Hey all, this is a shoutout for Inhabitants. If you haven't seen it yet, it's an inspiring documentary about the work many of our indigenous relatives are doing today to restore our world.
Jon Stewart On The Problem with Antisemitic Rhetoric and How Our Culture Talks about It
Jon Stewart gives his thoughtful take on the controversies surrounding Chappelle, Irving and West, and the impact of antisemitic rhetoric.
How to Defeat the Fossil Goliath?
The KEY question, I'm asked by students when I guest lecture about the #ClimateCrisis is 'but what can we do?' So I recently rewrote my materials to try & tackle that question head on. Feel free to adapt them. Buckle up - here's a LONG thread🧵about how we can fight back!
Magic Medicine: Can Psilocybin Cure Depression?
Over 4 years, filmmaker Monty Wates was given exclusive access to the first-ever medical trial to give psilocybin (the psychoactive ingredient in magic mushrooms) to a group of volunteers suffering from clinical depression. His remarkable film follows three of the volunteers...
Cocaine Unwrapped
COCAINE UNWRAPPED tells the story of cocaine: coca farmers in Colombia, drugs mules in Ecuadorian prisons, cocaine factories in the Bolivian jungle, dealers on the streets of Mexico, law enforcement officials on the streets of Baltimore - and the everyday consumers around the...
A Little Movie About The Future (with My 5 Year Old Luna)
What if we imagine a more hopeful future?
We need a #HomesGuarantee
A national Homes Guarantee is a plan that will ensure every person in the U.S. (or any country) has safe, accessible, sustainable, and permanently affordable housing. It comes straight from people impacted by the nation's housing crisis and builds from a long tradition of...
War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death
This critically acclaimed look at American war propaganda exhumes five decades of remarkable archival footage to show how presidents from both parties have relied on fear-driven political spin and craven media complicity to sell a succession of wars to the American people...
Tomorrow's Children
Do politically expedient proposals for more testing prepare children for the challenges of the 21st century? What is the role of schools in a time when the mass media are children's most frequent teachers? In Tomorrow's Children, based on her groundbreaking book of the same...
Climate Collateral: How Military Spending Accelerates Climate Breakdown
Military spending and arms sales have a deep and lasting impact on the capacity to address the climate crisis, let alone in a way that promotes justice. Every dollar spent on the military not only increases greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but also diverts financial resources...
Why Do Conspiracy Theories Flourish? Because Proven Conspiracies are Too Daunting
The greatest conspiracies are open and notorious — not theories, but practices expressed through law and policy, technology, and finance. Counterintuitively, these conspiracies are more often than not announced in public and with a modicum of pride. They’re dutifully reported...
Franciscan Mysticism: Becoming What You Already Are | Richard Rohr
The experience of god inside oneself is often called Franciscan Mysticism. It's about becoming what you already are, and the profound wisdom St. Francis imparted for living in harmony with both ourselves as well as others around us can be seen throughout this lecture by...
Awakening from the Meaning Crisis
Do you ever feel like we're swimming in an ocean of bullshit? This ground-breaking and viral 50-part series from John Vervaeke seeks to understand why this is so, and answer the question: what can we do about it?
Occupation Inc.
A documentary about Spanish involvement in the Moroccan occupation and exploitation of Western Sahara, Africa's last colony, with Sahrawi human rights defenders Elghalia Djimi and Sultana Khaya.