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Episode 70: “SRAid”

This post was originally published on this siteIn this week’s episode of Coffee with Comrades, Pearson sits down with Faye and Oso, members of the Socialist Rifle Association, to discuss the mutual aid and disaster relief projects the SRA has engaged in and why they are an essential component to community defense. Follow the Socialist… Read more »

Conspiracy and Anti-Repression Organizing

This post was originally published on this siteConversation with an anarchist and anti-repression organizer about how conspiracy charges have been used against anarchists in Canada and the United States, some challenges and lessons learned from supporting J20 defendants and others, the Tilted Scales Collective‘s upcoming book project, Representing Radicals: A Guide for Lawyers, and more…. Read more »

Solecast: w/ Dusty Hinz of Experimental Farm Network “Breeding Plant Crops To Survive The 21st Century”

This post was originally published on this siteDusty Hinz is co-founder of the Experimental Farm Network. The Experimental Farm Network is an open sourced social platform that allows for people to develop & breed crops, anything from perennial grains to improved varieties and hybrids of popular plants. They also distribute rare/unique seeds from experimental growers… Read more »

25. Mad MAXXAM

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode Eamon interviews Scott Parkin about the Earth First! Dirty South campaign that was started ay back in 2003 to target Maxxam, a financial company that had taken over Pacific Lumber and was driving the timber company to clear cut redwoods in northern California. EF! Dirty… Read more »

Episode 5 – Ogres of East Africa by Sofia Samatar

This post was originally published on this siteEpisode Notes About the author: Sofia Samatar is the author of the novels A Stranger in Olondria and The Winged Histories, the short story collection, Tender, and Monster Portraits, a collaboration with her brother, the artist Del Samatar. Her work has won several awards, including the World Fantasy… Read more »

Episode 69: “I Critique, Therefore I Exist”

This post was originally published on this siteThis week, we conclude our two-part series on the secret history of chemistry with Taylor Perry. We explore some of the fascinating chemists who existed throughout history, the anarchist who discovered the periodic table, and the utility of critical thinking in an era of untruth. If you haven’t… Read more »

Anarchism in El Salvador / An Antifa View of the Militia Demo in RVA

This post was originally published on this siteThis week we have two segments, an interview with an Anarcha-Feminist organizer in San Salvador, El Salvador on the situation there, followed by Mitch of Red Strings And Maroons podcast on the upcoming Militia demonstration on MLK Jr. Day, January 20th, 2020 in Richmond, VA. Elisa on GANA… Read more »

Noam Chomsky on Anarchism, Internationalism, Mutual Aid, No More Deaths, and Anti-War Protests

This post was originally published on this siteNoam Chomsky on anarchism and its influence, Palestine and internationalism, mutual aid, No More Deaths, the Pentagon Papers, and anti-war protests. “There’s Always A Class War Going On” Noam Chomsky interviewed by Chris Steele from the book Occupy: Reflections on Class War, Rebellion and Solidarity Music by AwareNess,… Read more »

#73: Radio Evasión—Dispatches from Chile Part 4

This post was originally published on this siteDESCARGAR AQUÍ LAS ENTREVISTAS EN ESPAÑOL Just days into the new year, masked encapuchados circle-pitted while burning the church of the Carabineros. That’s how fierce the Friday protests continue to be. Action has somewhat (not entirely!) slowed down on the other days of the week, but anarchists have… Read more »