ourVoices is a podcast which explores the crisis of our economic system – and promotes intelligent debate about what should replace it.
Podcast: How Democrats won Georgia – and what happens now
Travelling across Georgia, we saw a radically different way of doing politics. The violence in DC should not obscure...
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In an extended conversation, the Atlanta based political scientist outlines why the traditionally Republican state...
Podcast: Who will win Georgia’s Senate races?
Biden’s presidency hinges on this crucial vote – and it’s too close to call.
US election podcast: Can Biden deliver?
On the road across middle America, voters told us they want the country to heal. But is this even possible?
US election podcast: ‘We want change, not Biden’
From race to a broken political system, the story of Louisville is in many ways the story of America.
Podcast: US election special #4 – Why does the US not have universal healthcare?
In the latest ourVoices documentary, we place the movement for Medicare-for-All in the context of decades of...
Podcast: Is capitalism racist?
With Black Lives Matter protests raging around the world, the latest ourVoices documentary asks how we can build an...
Podcast: US election special #1 – the military-industrial complex
In the first part of ourVoice’s special series on the US election, we explore the influence of the...
Podcast: US election special #2 – the Green New Deal
In the second part of our podcast series on the US election, we explore the influence of the fossil fuel industry...
Podcast: US election special #3 – the housing crisis (part 1)
In the third installment of our podcast series on the US election, we explore the history of discrimination and...
Podcast: US election special #3 – the housing crisis (part 2)
In the latest ourVoices documentary, we explore how social movements are reshaping the political discourse on...
ourVoices podcast: Decolonising the global economy
Is our global economic order rigged to produce inequality and underdevelopment?
ourVoices Episode 1: Whose data? Our data!
In the first episode of ourVoices we explore the rise of big tech, and imagine a future where our data is used to...
Jecorey Arthur: I grew up in the ‘capital of American racism’
Podcast: The youngest person ever to be elected to the Louisville City Council calls for reparations for the...
Charles Mills: "There is an opening for a transracial class alliance"
In the latest episode of ourVoices podcast, Charles W. Mills speaks to us about racism, capitalism, and 'the racial...
Gargi Bhattacharyya: "racism is a state-sponsored predilection to early death"
In the latest episode of ourVoices podcast, Gargi Bhattacharyya talks to us about racial capitalism.
Our hour with Michael Brooks
This week the US and international left lost a vital voice.
ourVoices podcast: Vijay Prashad on “is capitalism racist?”
In the latest episode of ourVoices, we ask historian Vijay Prashad if racial hierarchies are a necessary component...
ourVoices podcast: Tom Steyer on Joe Biden’s new climate plan
Former presidential candidate Tom Steyer discusses the future of the environmental justice movement in the US.
Samelys López: “The South Bronx has a spirit of resiliency that defines us as a community”
Running for Congress to represent the South Bronx, Samelys López tells ourEconomy that political representation...
Bhaskar Sunkara on democratic socialism and the 2020 election
On the latest episode of ourVoices, we spoke with Jacobin founder Bhaskar Sunkara about the future of the Democratic party.
Shahid Buttar: “Nancy Pelosi stands, as she always has, on the side of the past”
Seeking to unseat the most powerful Democrat in DC, Shahid Buttar discusses the urgency of overhauling a corrupt US...
Alex Morse: “We're going up against the party and DC establishment”
The four term mayor of Holyoke MA, Alex Morse, is primarying the powerful Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee,...
Kshama Sawant on taxing Amazon to solve Seattle’s housing crisis
In an exclusive interview, Councilmember Sawant outlines the stark economic inequities in Seattle and across the country.
Raj Patel: “The New Deal emerged from a decade of worker struggle”
In an extended interview with ourVoices, Raj Patel discusses why diverse labor coalitions are imperative to...
Jen Perelman: “Of all developed nations we are the least equipped to deal with a pandemic”
Florida congressional candidate Jen Perelman tells ourVoices why she is primarying former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Shultz.
Lawrence Hamm: "The progressive movement must continue to push forward within the electoral arena"
Longtime activist Lawrence Hamm discusses the Black Lives Matter protests across the US and his bid to unseat...
Lauren Ashcraft: “This is the home of billionaire row and thousands of people are sleeping on the street”
Seeking to represent New York’s 12th congressional district, Lauren Ashcraft is challenging long serving Democratic...