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9:10 - Economist Mary Mellor explains how to reclaim power from banks and redemocratize the economy.

Mary is author of the book Debt or Democracy: Public Money for Sustainability and Social Justice from Pluto Press.


10:05 - Civic educator Tom Tresser shows why the city of Chicago is not broke, just poor in leadership.

Tom is raising funds to publish the book We Are Not Broke: Funding the City We Deserve.


10:35 - Laddie O examines personal cybersecurity in the wake of the Apple / FBI court case.

Laddie will be talking about the RSA Conference covered in this Fortune piece.


11:05 - Activist Ashley Williams talks about a new generation of Black protest and confronting Hillary with her own words.

Ashley recently disrupted a Clinton fundraiser in probably the most inspiring event of this campaign process.


11:35 - Geography scholar Meleiza Figueroa surveys NAFTA's damage to lives and livelihoods across Latin America.

Meleiza wrote the recent article Hillary Clinton Cries Crocodile Tears for Latin American Immigrants for Truthdig.


12:05 - Investigative reporter Greg Palast explores finance vulture Paul Singer's big bet on the Republican party.

Greg wrote about Singer's influence in the piece Who hatched Rubio? at his own site.

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen produces noises regarding anti-productivity.

Mouth noises are one of the things Jeff Dorchen does best!



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