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Ask Prof Wolff

Democracy at Work - Richard D. Wolff

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Ask Prof Wolff video series is a collection of responses to questions from supporters. Submit your own question for Prof. Wolff on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/democracyatwork/community or visit our website: https://www.democracyatwork.info
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Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff

Democracy at Work - Richard D. Wolff

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Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff is a weekly nationally syndicated program produced by Democracy at Work and hosted by Richard D. Wolff. The program explores complex economic issues and empowers listeners with information to analyze not only their own financial situation but the economy at large. Beyond focusing a critical eye on the economic dimensions of everyday life - wages, jobs, taxes, debts, interest rates, prices, and profits - the program also explores systemic solutions to our ...
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Who is in the business of providing care? What does it mean to get paid to nurture strangers? And, what kind of support do these people need? In Care Work, author and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging practitioner, Alida Miranda-Wolff, seeks answers to all of these questions with care workers of all kinds through discussions of their lived experiences. Learn how to create a culture of care in your communities and have your own care needs met through episodes that balance real-life ...
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Mehr Gesundheit, Selbstwirksamkeit, echte Klarheit & wahre Leichtigkeit in deinem Leben. Was sind die Basics & Schritte, um das Leben zu (er)leben, was du dir wünschst? Dich erwarten wertvolle Schritte, erprobte Impulse & neue Perspektiven für mehr Bewusstsein, Lebensfreude & Verbundenheit. Lerne tolle Menschen & Geschichten in Interviews kennen. Teile den Podcast für mehr Gesundheit und Leichtigkeit mit deinen Liebsten! Bei Gefallen gerne bei ITunes & Spotify bewerten. Viel Spaß beim Hören! ...
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500! is America's favorite trivia podcast that asks the questions around here, mister. Hosted by Jay Wolff, each episode pits two contestants against each other to see who can reach 500 points first.
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The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff on C-Suite Radio is for entrepreneurs, business owners and business leaders. The mission of the show is to inform, inspire, educate and entertain our business audience. Show guests are best-selling authors, top professional speakers, CEOs and business leaders from some of the top companies in America. Show host, Marty Wolff is a highly respected executive coach and business consultant. Based on his reading hundreds of books and interviewing hundred ...
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The Wolff's Law Podcast is a multi-faceted show where host, Harrison Wolff, interviews incredible people who do amazing things! However, the backbone of this podcast is about Olympic Weightlifting, Powerlifting, and strength sports. So sit back, relax, learn, and enjoy!
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[EU S14 E19] Prospects for a Political Turn Left This week’s Economic Update Professor Richard Wolff discusses the successful unionization drives that is sweeping across US universities (example: Boston University), We highlight the facts that disprove Biden's "great economy" claims and why inflation is much worse in the United States than in China…
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For many of us, working to care for others doesn’t stop when we head home from work at the end of the day. The other relationships in our lives, including the intimate one we share with our partner, also require care—of both ourselves and the other person. In this episode, Alida Miranda-Wolff sits down with Dr. Alexandra Solomon, a therapist, autho…
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[EU S14 E18] Uneven Development a Key Problem of Capitalism This week in honor of Karl Marx's birthday over this past weekend, Professor Richard Wolff offers a discussion of Marx's important theory of uneven development as central to capitalism. We show its widespread existence, using examples of it from past and present. We conclude by showing how…
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[EU S14 E17] The Phenomenon of China This week’s Economic Update Professor Richard Wolff dedicates the entire show to the economic developmental achievement of China, together with the historical background that motivated that achievement. We analyze the uniqueness of both the economic philosophy and the politics of China. The d@w Team Economic Upd…
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[EU S14 E16] A Critique of Government Spending This week’s Economic Update Professor Richard Wolff devotes this program devoted to how to understand government spending. How it shapes the larger society. We will focus on two questions 1) What is the government spending on? and 2) How is that money going to be used, and who benefits? If government s…
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How do you define and process grief? Over the next three episodes, Care Work is exploring grief—the collection of emotions and experiences we have with any loss. Essential within this work is inspecting how we process and continue to live within this universal experience. In this episode, Alida is joined by Dr. Sunitha Chandy, a clinical psychologi…
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In dieser Folge wirst du erfahren, was Angst, Bedürfnisse & die Verbindung mit der Natur mit dir machen können. Dazu habe ich mir Daniel Attila eingeladen. Daniel ist der Gründer der Plattform "friedvolle Krieger". Vom vorbestraften Freiheitskämpfer zu einem friedvollen Krieger. Er ist Gewaltpräventionstrainer, Kampfsportler & Wildnis Pädagoge.Worü…
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In today's "Ask Prof. Wolff Live," the discussion will cover the potential Marxist themes in Shakespeare's works, the distinctions between employee stock ownership programs (ESOP) and work cooperatives, and the concerning practices of investors buying up tangible assets and private equity firms acquiring starter homes. Professor Wolff will then tak…
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[EU S14 E15] A Sea Change In US Labor's Militancy In this week’s Economic Update Professor, Richard Wolff examines US spending on war materials for Ukraine and Israel, we will discuss Chinese Electric Vehicle imports and the US's protectionist response, and we will highlight the possible convergence of worker cooperatives as part of union negotiati…
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How do we dismantle the disability stigma? This latest arc on the Care Work podcast explores the concept of disability justice from the perspectives of three people—Tim Villegas, María Emilia Lasso de la Vega, and Lauren Schrero Levy—who are working to change our social approach to accessibility and inclusivity. In this episode, Alida Miranda-Wolff…
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This week on Ask Prof Wolff Live, we explore anti-inflationary measures implemented by central banks, the rationale behind income caps subject to social security tax, and the potential implications of transitioning from a socialist or communist economy to a wartime footing. Ask Prof Wolff is a @democracyatwrk production. We are committed to providi…
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From elementary school classrooms to adult care homes, so many of our care structures for disabled people are designed without their participation, often in direct opposition to their stated desires. But why? When we pose the question of why people with disabilities are so often excluded from general society, the best answer is often “that’s just h…
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How can we design inclusive spaces—physically and virtually—that support neurodiversity? The Disability Justice movement is increasing the recognition and adoption of inclusive spaces and accessible interaction for people who are neurodivergent and on the autism spectrum. It continues, however, to rely largely on individuals to disclose their diagn…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up In this installment, Prof. Wolff discusses the impact on children's autonomy, explores the intersections of class struggle with other forms of oppression, and unravels the intriguing concept of "Scientific Socialism." Following the in…
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Our guest on this edition of the Business Builders Show is Angelo Valletta. We discuss his book 7 Rs of Leadership and Life. Great discussion piece for your leadership/management meetings. To purchase bulk copies; https://www.newmansprings.com/. Also available on Amazon and other book sellers. Connect with Angelo on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up Join this special iteration of "Ask Prof Wolff" Every Wednesday at 2PM (Eastern) Live on D@W YouTube Page. Professor Wolff will respond to your questions live! This is Professor Richard Wolff's video response. Submit your own question…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up Join this special iteration of "Ask Prof Wolff" Every Wednesday at 2PM (Eastern) Live on D@W YouTube Page. Professor Wolff will respond to your questions live! This is Professor Richard Wolff's video response. Submit your own question…
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How can we show everyone the benefits of inclusive educational spaces? Tim Villegas is the Director of Communications at the Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education. His work centers around helping school systems build support for more inclusive classroom environments, and he sees firsthand the value of spaces where children with different learn…
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Eric Rieger is the founder and CEO of WEBIT Services - www.webitservices.com. - an IT strategy, service, and support company serving companies in and around Chicago. WBIT became an ESOP in 2022, and was a 2 time Better Business Bureau Torch Award winner for ethics in 2019 and 2023. We talked about the Small Giants Community - www.smallgiants.org. L…
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In the most recent episode arc, the Care Work podcast explores educational equity with guests who are experts in impactful social education for teens, supportive higher education spaces, and inclusive literacy. In this reflective episode, Alida Miranda-Wolff investigates the parallel themes that emerged throughout these episodes to reveal a multi-f…
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Sean Covey is a business executive, author, speaker, and innovator. He is president of Franklin Covey Education and is devoted to transforming education throughout the world through a principle-centered leadership approach. Sean directs the school transformation process, called Leader in Me; https://www.leaderinme.org/lim-online/ Sean can be reache…
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When you think of literacy, what comes to mind? Is it reading, writing, or something else? Our definition of literacy is often oversimplified, much like the limits often placed on the question of who is and who is not “literate”. In this episode, Alida discusses literacy equity with Ken Bigger, the Director of Thought Leadership at the Barbara Bush…
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CEO coach and executive thought leader Adam Coffey has been where you are. He, too, dared to dream of that elusive billion dollar exit. He has DONE IT, and now he wants to be your guide to business success. Adam's latest book is Empire Builders: The Road to a Billion. This is the focus of this Business Builders Show interview. I would also recommen…
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How can educators create unifying classroom spaces where resistance skills can be safely practiced and cultivated? This is the “freedom dreaming” Johnnie Campbell and Alida Miranda-Wolff do together in this episode of Care Work. As a resistance scholar, educator, and PhD candidate, Johnnie Campbell is putting in the work to build danger-free, liber…
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What supports would have helped ease your transition to adulthood? Growing up is hard, and young people are repeatedly faced with circumstances they are expected to understand despite their lack of life experience. Then, in these tedious and confusing scenarios, the choices they make follow them throughout their early academic years. Debra Giunta i…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up Join this special iteration of "Ask Prof Wolff" Every Wednesday at 2PM (Eastern) Live on D@W YouTube Page. Professor Wolff will respond to your questions live! This is Professor Richard Wolff's video response. Submit your own question…
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How do we even start to tackle the challenges of caring for underserved youth? When you consider the sheer number of young people who are entangled in poor home environments, gang initiations, judiciary systems, and more, it’s easy to feel like the situation is verging on hopeless. In this episode, Alida Miranda-Wolff asks listeners to remember the…
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How do we care for people trapped in a broken system and still take care of ourselves? This is the question Alida poses to Jennifer Soble, a former public defender, lawyer, and the founder of the Illinois Prison Project. Jennifer’s organization is striving to update the outdated and oppressive laws that govern the U.S. prison system, helping prison…
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Why are we so good at finding problems, but so poor at solving them? This is the question Alida Miranda-Wolff puts to Chicago Deputy Mayor of Community Safety Garien Gatewood and the conversation that spans juvenile justice reform and implementation disconnects to real-life examples from the world of cannabis legalization. You’ll be inspired by Gar…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up Join this special iteration of "Ask Prof Wolff" Every Wednesday at 2PM (Eastern) Live on D@W YouTube Page. Professor Wolff will respond to your questions live! This is Professor Richard Wolff's video response. Submit your own question…
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How does loneliness affect your ability to care for others? Loneliness and burnout are endemic in American society these days, and their impact on care workers and, by extension, the people they care for, is significant. In this episode, Alida Miranda-Wolff questions the widespread belief that creators, specifically, are unable to form meaningful r…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up Join this special iteration of "Ask Prof Wolff" Every Wednesday at 2PM (Eastern) Live on D@W YouTube Page. Professor Wolff will respond to your questions live! This is Professor Richard Wolff's video response. Submit your own question…
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Stay connected with the latest news from d@w. Join our mailing list today: https://www.democracyatwork.info/sign_up Join this special iteration of "Ask Prof Wolff" Every Wednesday at 2PM (Eastern) Live on D@W YouTube Page. Professor Wolff will respond to your questions live! This is Professor Richard Wolff's video response. Submit your own question…
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How would the professional world change if it were truly equitable? And what would this mean for women-identifying people, specifically? In this episode, Alida talks with Minal Bopaiah, the founder of a groundbreaking DEI-focused design and strategy firm and the author of Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives. They explore the …
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