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The Hotwire #46: Camilo Catrillanca—Comrades speak out on being doxxed—Mutual aid after Camp Fire

This post was originally published on this siteIn our second to last episode of 2018, we bring you reports from the anti-fascist counter-demonstrations against right-wing rallies in Philadelphia and Portland. We also bring you a humble, frank letter from anti-fascists who have recently been doxxed in North Carolina. Mutual Aid efforts—organized and spontaneous—are popping up… Read more »

The Hotwire #45: The empire’s centrism strikes back—Anti-fascism 80 years after Kristallnacht

This post was originally published on this siteOn the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, liberals and centrists are once more playing right into fascists’ hands. Our feature this episode is a reading of the recent CrimethInc. op-ed “Take Your Pick: Law or Freedom; How ‘Nobody Is above the Law’ Abets the Rise of Tyranny,” about the… Read more »

The Hotwire #44: Troops at the border—Anarchism vs voting—Remembering comrades who died recently

This post was originally published on this siteWe kick off the episode with a discussion about anarchism and voting. After a roundup of resistance to capitalism and the state, our feature this episode is about Trump’s deployment of thousands of troops to “defend the border” and how it is in most people’s interest to push… Read more »

Episode 28: George Jackson, Prison Strike, New Music

This post was originally published on this siteOn Episode 28 of Radical Underground, we talk about revolutionary prison organizer George Jackson and the recent Prison Strike in the United States. We also play new rap, hardcore, anarcho-punk and grindcore tracks. Playlist: Lee Reed- “The Cost of Tacos” (https://htsn.bandcamp.com/album/the-steal-city-ep) Archie Shepp- “Blues for Brother George Jackson”… Read more »

Episode 9: “Remember, Rembember the 5th of November” feat. the Left Media Podcast

This post was originally published on this siteCoffee with Comrades is coming to you a little early this week. We’re pleased to present our first podcast collaboration: an analysis of the film “V for Vendetta” with our pals in the Left Media Podcast. In this episode, we discuss the motion picture’s political themes, its lackluster… Read more »

No Pride in Genocide

This post was originally published on this siteA post-Canada Day reflection on resistance to colonial celebrations.  Interviews with two Indigenous organizers, one about “Canada Day” here in Kingston, Ontario, and another on “Australia Day,” also known as Invasion Day, which meets massive protests across Australia each January. Links: Background on the resistance to colonial birthday… Read more »

Episode 7: Be An Organizer 102

This post was originally published on this siteThis series has offered a collage of ideas to get folks organized. This final episode will give you more to think about as you take the next steps. Hear closing thoughts from our interviewees on ways to move forward. Look for our show notes at https://rebelsteps.com.

The End of Policing with Alex Vitale

This post was originally published on this siteThis week, Dan and Kyle welcome guest Alex Vitale, author of The End of Policing, to discuss how we can come together to bring an end to policing as we know it. Through replacement program, rather than reforms, Alex argues we can eliminate the need for police. Follow… Read more »

Poplitical E:01 – Reprentation in Film

This post was originally published on this siteOn the first episode of the Poplitical Podcast, a production of The Danthropology Podcast, Kyle talks to filmmaker Marissa Gallardo about representation in film.

Charlie FoxTrot

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode, Eamon speaks with Charlie, a young man from Britain who travelled to Syria to fight with the Kurds against ISIS in Raqqa. Show Notes: Articles on the Kurdish political experiment in Syria: https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/10/kurds-rojava-syria-isis-iraq-assad/505037/ Article on how Turkey is now attacking the Kurds in Afrin: http://www.rudaw.net/english/opinion/30012018