Q&A with Naomi Klein
Naomi Klein talked about her upbringing in the United States and Canada and the influence of her parents on her activism… read more
Naomi Klein talked about her upbringing in the United States and Canada and the influence of her parents on her activism today. Klein’s father was an anti-war resister and physician who left the U.S. in 1967. Her mother is a documentary filmmaker.
Naomi Klein, author of the best-selling books “No Logo” and “The Shock Doctrine,” is a journalist and activist who has written critically about globalization and the marketing practices of large corporations. The 10th anniversary edition of “No Logo” is being released this year. Along with her husband, Avi Lewis, she produced a documentary in 2004 called “The Take,” about the economic crisis in Argentina. She writes regularly for The Nation magazine, as well as others. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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