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Let’s Be Real, A New Economy Project podcast, introduces you to the people, places, and organizations at the forefront of the movement for justice in NYC. Interviews with organizers on the ground will let you know what’s happening across the five boroughs, and how you can get involved. Follow us on iTunes or Soundcloud, and keep an eye on this page for podcast information and new episodes. And check our webpage at: http://www.neweconomynyc.org/letsbereal/
 
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Producers’ Note: This series of interviews was conducted before the COVID-19 outbreak. While we engage in mutual aid efforts and digital organizing, we think it’s important to continue releasing stories about community-led institutions that can support New Yorkers through our current crisis, and make NYC neighborhoods more resilient going forward –…
 
In this episode of Let’s Be Real, we speak with Dominga Payano, a tenant organizer with Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition. Dominga represented the organization in the statewide Housing Justice for All Campaign. In an interview recorded just weeks before the campaign won a landmark victory—with the Legislature’s enactment of the stronge…
 
In this episode of Let’s Be Real, we speak with two organizers—Fahd Ahmed from DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving), and Sasha Wijeyeratne from CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities—from the Neighbors Beyond Amazon coalition. Reflecting on the landmark victory to keep Amazon’s second headquarters, or HQ2, out of New York, Fahd and Sasha discuss the powe…
 
When the last remaining bank branch on the Lower East Side closed its doors in 1986, local activists took matters into their own hands and organized to establish a non-profit financial cooperative, the Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union.This episode features a conversation between New Economy Project co-director Sarah Ludwig and Linda Le…
 
This episode, we take a look at a campaign that focuses on the Federal Reserve System and its impact on working people and people of color. We take you to a rally in front of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where we spoke with two protesters about how the Fed impacts their communities. Then, we sit down with the Director of the Center for Popu…
 
This episode, we focus on the payday lending industry’s most recent attempt to legalize high-cost predatory lending in New York. We feature a conversation with New York State Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou about the importance of standing up for strong consumer protections as a matter of racial and economic justice. We also sit down with New Economy …
 
Watch video-podcast here: https://youtu.be/ABgDCYOn-Xo“What’s happening is a major assault on immigrant communities that…will go down in the history of this country as one of the most inhumane moments of discrimination towards one particular group.”That’s how Walter Barrientos, Make the Road’s lead organizer and longtime leader in the immigrant rig…
 
This episode, we feature a conversation with Mychal Johnson, co-founder and leader of South Bronx Unite, about the group's work organizing for sustainable, community-driven development in the Mott Haven & Port Morris neighborhoods of the South Bronx.על ידי New Economy Project
 
Hear sounds from the teach-in we led on May 9 in the Privately-Owned Public Space at Trump Tower, along with New York Communities for Change, 350.org, and Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir. Being in a POPS, we decided to give a POP(s) quiz on why NYC should divest from banks supporting climate change and harming NYC neighborhoods. For phot…
 
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