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Video: Interview on the Charlie Rose Show (PBS) about ‘Capitalism in Crisis’

David Harvey on Charlie Rose Show PBS
Capitalism in Crisis?
with David Harvey and Richard Wolff
The Charlie Rose Show (PBS)
July 26, 2012

Watch this episode on Hulu. Segment starts around 25:00. US only.

Audio: Interview on urban protests for BBC Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed

July 4, 2012
Thinking Allowed: BBC Radio 4
Interview on urban protest with Laurie Taylor
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July 5, 2012
“Not out of sentiment but relevance”: David Harvey’s Rebel Cities reviewed
By Tessa Morrison
Verso Books

Video: Interview with Tarlabasi Istanbul

From Tarlabasi Istanbul [web | Facebook | Twitter]: “In an interview with acclaimed theorist and activist David Harvey, he talked to us about the impact of urban renewal and gentrification, the increasing class segregation of cities, and the question of how to fight back.” View original post here.

Video: Guardian Interview – ‘The Occupy movement is saying we have to create an alternative city’


‘The Occupy movement is saying we have to create an alternative city’
Interview with Oliver Laughland and Phil Maynard
The Guardian
June 4, 2012

Video: Guardian Interview – ‘The financial crisis is an urban crisis’

‘The financial crisis is an urban crisis’
Interview with Oliver Laughland, Phil Maynard and Laurence Topham
The Guardian
May 28, 2012

Video: David Graeber and David Harvey in Conversation


David Graeber and David Harvey discuss their new books, Debt: The First 5000 Years, and Rebel Cities, respectively.
25 April 2012 at The CUNY Graduate Center
Sponsored by Verso Books and The CUNY Center for Place, Culture and Politics

Interviews with Boston Review, Full Stop, Rabble.ca

Thinking the Present
by Michael Schapira and David Backer
Full Stop
May 1, 2012

Taking back the streets for anti-capitalist struggles
By Aaron Leonard
Rabble.ca
May 3, 2012

Capitalism and the Urban Struggle
By David V. Johnson
Boston Review
May 3, 2012

Video: Democracy Now!: Ahead of May Day, David Harvey Details Urban Uprisings From Occupy Wall Street to the Paris Commune

Ahead of May Day, David Harvey Details Urban Uprisings From Occupy Wall Street to the Paris Commune
Democracy Now!
Monday, April 30, 2012

Urban revolution is coming: Interview with Salon.com

Urban revolution is coming
by Max Rivlin-Nadler
Salon.com
April 28, 2012

“From Paris in 1871 to Prague in 1968 to Cairo in 2011 and eventually the streets of New York City, cities have long been a hotbed of radical movements. Over the decades, urban protests have been spurred by everything from unemployment and food shortages to privatization and corruption. But were they also caused by the geography of the cities themselves? The question has particular resonance this week, as Occupy prepares for a series of large May 1 protests in cities around the country.”

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Video: Appearances on Democracy Now! and Brian Lehrer.tv


1T Day: As U.S. Student Debt Hits $1 Trillion, Occupy Protests Planned for Campuses Nationwide
Democracy Now!
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
(Starts at 38:36)


The Return of Occupy Wall Street
Brian Lehrer, CUNY TV
April 25, 2012
(Starts at 11:50)

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