The Occupy Spring: Jeremy Brecher

The Occupy Spring: Jeremy Brecher

The way humans wreck the earth parallels the way the 1 percent treats the 99 percent.


Climate change and foreclosures are more closely related than most people might believe, says historian and Nation writer Jeremy Brecher in this episode of VideoNation‘s Occupy Spring series. In fact, treating the earth “as a giant sewer” and destroying people’s livelihoods are rooted in exactly the same problems in our society. Read Brecher’s contribution to this week’s special issue to learn more.

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