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On Nurturance Culture with Naava Smolash

This post was originally published on this siteOn Nurturance Culture w Dr. Naava Smolash This week, Bursts spoke with Dr. Naava Smolash, author of the essay “The Opposite Of Rape Culture Is Nurturance Culture”, which became the seed of her book “Turn This World Inside Out: The Emergence of Nurturance Culture.” This book is recently… Read more »

Ep13 Wyatt Detention ICE Ramming and The Intersection of Race and Firearms

This post was originally published on this site https://redstringsandmaroons.files.wordpress.com/2019/08/ep13-wyatt-detention-ice-ramming-and-the-intersection-of-race-and-firearms.mp3 This week we talk with a member of the Rhode Island John Brown Gun Club about a protest they were at where an ICE contractor intentionally rammed his truck into a non-combative protest blocking the facilities parking lot. We also talk about the intersection of race… Read more »

P”Listen Workaholic” w/ SRSLY Wrong Podcast

This post was originally published on this siteThis is a re-air of a recent podcast with SRSLY WRONG examining the absurdity of work in the 21st century. Check out other episodes from SRSLY WRONG Artwork by Nicole Marie Burton

Episode 54: “Shit-Posting is Counterrevolutionary” ft. Srsly Wrong

This post was originally published on this siteIn today’s episode, we hang out with the Wrong Bois, Shon and Aaron, of Srsly Wrong. But first, some current events: – Pearson laments the abysmal 2019 DSA National Convention. – White supremacy and misogyny transform once more into violent mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton. –… Read more »

“Colonialsim Has Left its Ugly Mark All Over the Planet, And We’re Still Reeling From it But We’re Not Backing Down.”

This post was originally published on this siteWords from Rojava + Likhts’amiyu Re-Occupation Village Words from Rojava First, Bursts interviewed Mark and anonymous, members of the Internationalist Commune of Rojava, which coordinates civil structure engagement among internationals in North Eastern Syria in the Rojava Revolution as well as helping to spread. More on their project… Read more »

Prisoners Justice Day

This post was originally published on this siteEvery year on August 10th, both inside and outside of jails and prisons across Canada, prisoners and their supporters mark Prisoners Justice Day. We spoke with Veronica, an anarchist in Montreal who is part of organizing the annual NYE noise demos in Laval. We discuss the history of… Read more »

Aussie Artist in Berlin and Anarchist Cabaret

This post was originally published on this siteBrisbane artist Anthony Jigalin recently returned from Berlin and wanted to come and talk about his experiences including meeting Ai Wei Wei, cheap food and freedom he says is not found in Australia. We also talk with Gerald Keaney and other members of Vomit Cabaret an anarchist cabaret… Read more »

Democracia y Dictadura: el estado carcelario Chileno y resistencias abolicionistas

This post was originally published on this siteHablamos con Patricio Azócar Donoso sobre los aparatos carcelarios que se despliegan dentro de los territorios que hoy se conocen como Chile — desde la dictadura hasta la llamada transición democrática. Patricio traza tanto la emergencia del punitivismo corporativo que capitaliza la miseria de las poblaciones por medio… Read more »

Move 9 Speak, Yellow Finch Tree Sitters, and Pansy Fest//ACAB 2019

This post was originally published on this siteThis week we feature three segments. As it is literally packed with jam, we suggest you check out our podcast for free online at our website or any number of streaming sites for longer, more detailed conversations on the topics plus, again, Sean Swain’s segment for this week…. Read more »

20. Yellow Finch Road

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode of Radical People, Eamon talks with Dusty who is currently in a tree sit blocking the path of construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline in Virginia. Of late, there have been arrests on the ground, and the don’t know if the near year long tree… Read more »