Friday Nite Videos -- November 6, 2015

The Ferguson Effect: It's Hard Out There for a Cop. How the Keystone Fight Was Won. Movie: This Changes Everything. The Mesa Verde Mystery. Sanders’ Strength? Millennials Back Socialism.
November 6, 2015
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The Ferguson Effect: It's Hard Out There for a Cop
FBI Director James Comey attributes a spike in violent crime to the "Ferguson effect," believing that police are fearful that bystanders will film them. 

How the Keystone Fight Was Won 
President Obama's rejection of the Keystone pipeline is the culmination of years of organizing and mobilization. Time to take a moment to celebrate a victory and draw lessons about how victories are won.

Movie: This Changes Everything
Directed by journalist and filmmaker Avi Lewis (The Take) and produced in conjunction with Naomi Klein's bestselling book of the same name, this urgent dispatch on climate change contends that the greatest crisis we have ever faced also offers us the opportunity to address and correct the inhumane systems that have created it.

The Mesa Verde Mystery
Seven centuries ago, an entire society performed one of the greatest vanishing acts in human history when they fled their homes in the American Southwest. Archaeologists are trying to work out why they left.

Sanders’ Strength? Millennials Back Socialism
Socialist? Populist? Progressive? Joseph Schwartz and Gar Alperovitz discuss Senator Bernie Sanders’ plans for extending democracy to the economic sphere and attacking inequalities in wealth and income. 
November 6, 2015