Episode

10/8 Alnoor Ladha: WorldVsBank & Malaya Davis: Justice for John Crawford

October 8, 2014

Alnoor Ladha the Executive Director of The Rules explains the roots of global poverty and inequality, why global institutions favor the wealthy, why social movements from Occupy to the African Awakenings are the future, the WorldVsBank protests and creating a new global movement.

Malaya Davis of the Ohio Student Association  explains the fight for justice for John Crawford, the unarmed black man killed in a Walmart, their three demands for the local Police and how the community has responded to their activism.

On The Fun Half: The Islam debate continues, Reza Aslan debunked? Brian Kilmeade says Generals should walk out of their meetings with President Obama, Rush Limbaugh says liberals want whites to get Ebola and your calls and IMs.

And keep the conversation going on our morning thread

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