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#62: Support, Healing, and Redefining Resistance—2017 in Review, Part II

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode, we take an in-depth look at the blockade in Olympia, WA that stopped a train carrying fracking supplies for twelve days. {January 19, 2018} As we reconnect to plan a new year of resistance this January 20th, what lessons can we take from the inspiring… Read more »

Amin: a refugee voice in Moria camp on Lesvos

This post was originally published on this siteEnough is Enough spoke with many refugees during their visit to Lesvos, and The Final Straw is happy to release this interview. Here we will hear from Amin (his name was changed for safety), a Pakistani man detained for 9 months for absolutely nothing. He went to the… Read more »

#61: The Olympia Train Blockade

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode, we take an in-depth look at the blockade in Olympia, WA that stopped a train carrying fracking supplies for twelve days. {January 19, 2018}   ——-SHOW NOTES——     Table of Contents: Introduction {0:05} How Did This Happen? {10:07} It Was Fun! {24:42} Can It… Read more »

Solecast: w/ Dr. Bones on Insurrection, Egoism, & Taking Back The World

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode of the Solecast I talk with Dr. Bones.  Dr. Bones is an anarchist / egoist-communist, an occultist, and gonzo journalist.  He writes often for Gods and Radicals and is creator of The Conjure House.  He recently launched a new radical news talk show called “The Guillotine”… Read more »

No Bayou Bridge Pipeline! An Interview with L’eu Est La Vie camp

This post was originally published on this siteThis week, Bursts had a change to speak with two participants in the L’eu Est La Vie camp (Water is Life in French) organizing against the Bayou Bridge pipeline that Energy Transfer Partners is trying to push through the swamps of Louisiana at the tail end of the… Read more »

#60: 2017 in Review, Part I: Anti-Fascism in the Bay Area and Beyond

This post was originally published on this siteIn the first of two episodes looking back over 2017, we present an audio version of the recently published CrimethInc. feature “How Anti-Fascists Won the Battles of Berkeley: 2017 in the Bay and Beyond: A Play-by-play Analysis.” The article charts the rise and fall of the alt-right through… Read more »

Ep 13 – Carceral Ableism and Disability Justice

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode: Carceral Ableism and Disability Justice, we explore the ways in which the framework of “carceral ableism” redraws our map of racial capitalism’s archipelago of confinement, and how the liberatory praxis of disability justice works to extend and deepen the abolitionist horizon. Dr. Liat Ben-Moshe, co-editor… Read more »

Solecast: w/ the pedestrian on Identity, Aesthetics, & Not Giving A Fuck

This post was originally published on this siteIn this edition of the Solecast I speak with the pedestrian.  pedestrian is a scholar, rapper and  co-founder of anticon records.  He is one of my oldest and best friends and has always been somewhat of a mentor to me.  I recently released his album unIndian II on… Read more »

Operation PUSH: Strikes in FL Prisons

This post was originally published on this siteOperation Push This week, Disembodied Voice spoke with Karen, a member of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee in Gainesville, Florida.  People imprisoned across the state of Florida are gearing up for a work strike and boycott of prison profit centers such as commissary beginning on January 15, and… Read more »