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▶️ An Evening with Senator Bernie Sanders - Center for Politics Forum

Mar 3, 2023

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaking at Center for Politics forum and interviewed by Center Scholar Robert Costa of CBS News

Bernie Sanders Meets Frankie Boyle - It's OK To Be Angry About Capitalism

Feb 27, 2023

Filmed February 24th 2023 at Brighton Dome. The longest-serving independent in Congress, the leader of democratic socialism in America, and a hero to progressives across the globe, Bernie Sanders joined the comedian Frankie Boyle to take on the 1%.

Senator Sanders has a vision of what would be possible if the political revolution took place. If we would finally recognize that economic rights are human rights, and work to create a society that provides them. This isnít some utopian fantasy; this is democracy as we should know it. Is it really too much to ask?

Frankie Boyle is one of The UKís premier comedians and writers. Known for his shows New World Order (BBC2), Tramadol Nights (Ch4) and his best selling DVDís and Netflix Special. Frankie has penned 3 best selling books. In 2018 Frankie wrote and presented the highly acclaimed documentary Frankie Goes To Russia for the BBC previewing the forthcoming Russian World Cup. Frankie also regularly contributes articles for the broadsheet press. He has topped the podcast charts with the first three volumes of his eight volume Promethiad sequence.

LIVE: Bernie Sanders with Emma Dabiri - Southbank Centre, London

Feb 23, 2023

Senator Bernie Sanders discusses his new book Itís OK To Be Angry About Capitalism, in conversation with Emma Dabiri.

The event will take place on Thursday 23rd February, 8pm, as part of the 2023 Spring Literature Season at the Southbank Centreís Royal Festival Hall.

Ted Hodgkinson, head of Literature and Spoken Word at the centre, said: ďWeíre thrilled to welcome Senator Bernie Sanders to the Southbank Centre for what promises to be a momentous encounter with one of the most consequential and outspoken figures in contemporary politics.

Emma Dabiri is an Irish-Nigerian academic, activist and broadcaster. Her 2019 debut, Donít Touch My Hair, was published to critical and commercial acclaim. Her latest book, What White People Can Do Next: From Allyship to Coalition, published in April 2021, is a Sunday Times and Irish Times bestseller.

Photo: Lula & Bernie - "We talk about democracy, the trade union movement ... ''

We talk about democracy, the trade union movement and better rights and jobs for workers.


A pleasure to welcome @LulaOficial to Washington. We discussed the importance of defending democracy, advancing workersí rights, and increasing environmental and climate cooperation around the world.
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