Resistance Within The World Economic Forum

By Mazin Qumsiyeh, Popular Resistance. -

The World Economics Forum (WEF) brings thousands of world political and business leaders to Davos to exchange information. Over 1000 private jets land in this ski resort polluting the air and [...]

No Typo: The Median Net Worth of Black Bostonians Really is $8

By Akilah Johnson -

The median net worth for non-immigrant African-American households in the Greater Boston region is $8, according to “The Color of Wealth in Boston,” a 2015 report by the Federal Reserve Bank of [...]

Less Wealth Divde: Happier, Healthier, Less Enviro Destruction

By Kate Harveston, www.mintpressnews.com -

By Kate Harveston for Mintpress News. Countries with lower rates of wealth disparity tend to have happier citizens and offer a better quality of life. A more nearly equal distribution of wealth [...]

Newsletter – Free Yourself From An Exploitative Culture

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, www.popularresistance.org -

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. Shoppers hit the malls and online stores this week, spending over $3.5 billion online alone on what is called 'Black Friday'. Some people reject the extreme [...]

Second Gilded Age, Rigged System Not Being Challenged

By Larry Elliott, www.theguardian.com -

By Larry Elliott for the Guardian. If revulsion at the concentration of wealth and the exploitation of market power becomes strong enough there is nothing to stop governments smashing monopolies [...]

Top Ten Percent Now Own 77 Percent Of The Wealth

By Matt Bruenig, www.peoplespolicyproject.org -

By Matt Bruenig for People's Policy Project. The Federal Reserve released the 2016 version of the Survey of Consumer Finances today. I will be doing a lot of work with this data in the coming [...]

Will Progressives Only Talk To Themselves?

By Les Leopold, www.huffingtonpost.com -

BY Les Leopold for Huffington Post. Building such a network, however, requires having faith in the power of education. It requires that we understand that runaway inequality ties us all together [...]