Friday Nite Videos -- May 8, 2015

May 8, 2015
Portside (May 8, 2015)

Key & Peele - Negrotown. 2016 Could Dramatically Alter Social Security. Tracy Chapman - Stand By Me. What Energy Democracy Looks Like. Bill Withers: Grandma's Hands (Live at Carnegie Hall).

	Key & Peele - Negrotown



	A black man who's stopped by the police discovers that there's a way to escape racism.



	2016 Could Dramatically Alter Social Security



	Igor Volsky shows how different proposals to alter Social Security would impact the program. Lower income seniors would bear the brunt of proposed cuts, or gain most from proposed improvements.



	Tracy Chapman - Stand By Me



	Tracy performs the classic Ben E. King song on Letterman



	What Energy Democracy Looks Like



	A public sector approach to an energy transition is grounded in the belief that people and communities should have the right to control their energy future.



	Bill Withers: Grandma's Hands (Live at Carnegie Hall)



	Singer-songwriter Bill Withers says that his tribute to his and other special grandmothers is the song he cares about most 




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