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#75: Rent Strike!

This post was originally published on this siteThis April 1st, people around the world will go on strike and refuse to pay rent. In the midst of the pandemic, we are confronted not only with a virus, but with the murderous logic of the market. Before COVID–19 hit, millions already struggled to afford rent, mortgage,… Read more »

Grounding Ourselves Amid The Chaos

This post was originally published on this siteAn interview with Montreal-based counselling and somatic therapist Parneet Chohan on the Covid-19 pandemic, anxiety, communication, reading the news, and caring for ourselves and each other through troubled times.

Reclaiming Our Power

This post was originally published on this siteThis week I am very excited to present an interview done with Aishah Shahidah Simmons, who is a writer, community organizer, prison abolitionist, and cultural worker who has done just an immense amount of work over the years to help disrupt and end the patterns of sexual abuse… Read more »

#74: Surviving the Virus—An Anarchist Introduction to Pandemic Life

This post was originally published on this siteThe COVID–19 crisis presents both extreme dangers and opportunities. As our lives are threatened by a new virus, our freedom is menaced by authoritarians intent on using this opportunity to set new precedents for state intervention and control. On the other hand, the collapse of the global capitalist… Read more »

Episode 79: “Pulling Weeds & Planting Seeds” ft. Liberation Spring

This post was originally published on this siteThis week’s episode of Coffee with Comrades is jam-packed with ideas on education, feminism, decolonization, the academic industrial complex, identity (and its limitations,) and the ongoing struggle for collective liberation. Anjali Nath Upadhyay of Liberation Spring joins us for the hour to dive into these subjects and so much more…. Read more »

Being Out Here For The Prisoners in NC / Mesh Networks

This post was originally published on this siteBeing Out Here For The Prisoners in NC / Mesh Networks This week we feature two portions to this podcast bonus, two abolitionists in North Carolina talk about detention issues during and after Covid-19. Then Grant Gallo of Sudo Mesh talks about community mesh data networks and alternative… Read more »

What is PUB? Andrew Leavold Explains

This post was originally published on this siteNo-one in Australia can go to a pub right now but Andrew Leavold is still hell bent on making a film called PUB. The film which is in production is about St Kilda artist, satirist, and musician Fred Negro (real name). It’s also about the changing face of… Read more »

What is PUB? Andrew Leavold Explains

This post was originally published on this siteNo-one in Australia can go to a pub right now but Andrew Leavold is still hell bent a making a film called PUB. The film which is in production is about St Kilda artist, satirist, and musician Fred Negro (real name). It’s also about the changing face of… Read more »

Pandemic Special 2 – Mary Marrow

This post was originally published on this siteThe story was first published in 2018 through Margaret’s Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/margaretkilljoy

Updates about the dire situation inside Macomb prison in Michigan

This post was originally published on this siteAs of today (3/27/2020), there are 14 confirmed cases of Cov-19 inside Michigan prisons. Two weeks ago, we spoke with Bruce “X” Parker about the situation inside Macomb prison and he warned us about what would happen if no action was taken. The Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC)-… Read more »