PLUTOCRACY Political Repression In The U.S.A. (2015)

Published on 9 Dec 2015

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Metanoia-

F r o m t h e G r e e k – to p e r c e i v e , t o t h i n k , t h e r e s u l t of p e r c e i v i n g o r o b s e r v i n g – m e t a n o i a m e a n s ” a c h a n g e o f m i n d ” .

In Theology, metanoia is used to refer to the change of
mind which is brought about in repentance.

The prefix “meta-” carries with it other variants that are
consistent with the Eastern Greek philosophical mindset,
“Meta-” is additionally used to imply “beyond” and “outside of.”
E.g., metamorphosis as a beyond-change; and, metaphysics as
outside the limits of physics.

The Greek term for repentance, metanoia, denotes a change of mind, a reorientation, a fundamental transformation of outlook, of an individual’s vision of the world and of her/himself, and a new way of loving others and the Universe. In the words of a second-century text, The Shepherd of Hermas, it implies “great understanding,” discernment.

In Carl Jung’s psychology, metanoia indicates a spontaneous attempt of the psyche to heal itself of unbearable conflict by melting down and then being reborn in a more adaptive form.

SOURCES:

Bacon, Katie — The Dark Side of the Gilded Age
Brecher, Jeremy — Strike!
Chacon, Justin Akers and Davis, Mike — No One is Illegal: Fighting Racism and State Violence on the US-Mexico-border
Chomsky, Noam — Notes on Anarchism
Corbin, David Alan, ed. — The West Virginia Mine Wars: An Anthology
Dolbeare, Keneth M. — Democracy at Risk: The politics of economic renewal
Foner, Philip S. — A History of the Labor Movement in the United States
Giardini, Denise — Storming Heaven
Goad, Jim — The Redneck Manifesto: How Hillbillies, Hicks and White Trash became America’s scapegoats
Harris, West — What if we really own the battle of blair mountain?
Preservation Alliance of West Virginia — Blair Mountain: The History of a Confrontation
Smith, Sharon — Subterranean Fire: A History of Working-Class Radicalism in the United States
Zinn, Howard — A People’s History of the United States
Zinn, Howard — Three Strikes: Miners, Musicians, Salesgirls, and the Fighting spirit of Labor’s Last Century

ACCLAIMED:

“Scott Noble’s work is a pioneering development in documentary filmmaking in its content, documentary technique, and even distribution method. Watch his stuff, use it, and build on it.”

– Chris Simpson, Professor, School of Communication, American University

FILM DESCRIPTION:

PLUTOCRACY Political Repression In The U.S.A. (2015) HQ FULL

Plutocracy is the first documentary to comprehensively examine early American history through the lens of class. A multi-part series by filmmaker Scott Noble, Part I focuses on the the ways in which the American people have historically been divided on the basis of race, ethnicity, sex and skill level.

Plutocracy: Divide et Impera (Divide and Rule) includes sections on Mother Jones, the American Constitution; the Civil War draft riots; Reconstruction; Industrialization; the evolution of the police; the robber barons; early American labor unions; and major mid-to-late 19th Century labor events including the uprising of 1877, the Haymarket Affair, the Homestead strike and the New Orleans General Strike. The introduction examines the West Virginian coal wars of the early 20th Century, culminating in the Battle of Blair Mountain.

Part II (‘Solidarity Forever’) will cover the late 19th Century to the early twenties.

The filmmaker is currently seeking donations to complete the project. If you’d like to help, you can donate to their Patreon account.

Sources: http://metanoia-films.org/plutocracy/

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