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No Wall They Can Build, Episode 10: From East to West, Part I – Chaos and Order, and Transformation

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome to Episode 10 of No Wall They Can Build, the Ex-Worker Podcast’s serialized audiobook exploring borders and migration across North America. Over the past two months, we’ve explored the ins and outs of irregular migration across the US/Mexico border. Where does it leave us? As the crises… Read more »

Free Them All! : Matt Meyer on Kuwasi Balagoon

This post was originally published on this siteSean Swain 2:48 Matt Meyer on Kuwasi Balagoon 11:44 Support Matt Hinkston announcement 1:06:08 . … . .. Kuwasi Balagoon: A Soldier’s Story This week we had the chance to interview Matt Meyer, who, among many other pursuits, is a retired professor and an editor of A Soldier’s… Read more »

Episode 48: “Timeless Revolution” ft. the Left Page

This post was originally published on this siteThis week, we’re pleased to present a two-part, Coffee with Comrades special. Frank and Bruno—co-hosts of the Left Page podcast—join us to discuss Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel, The Dispossessed. In Pt. II, we talk about timeless revolution, gender and sexuality, Le Guin’s failure to address race, concepts… Read more »

Episode 47: “Brotherhood Begins in Shared Pain” ft. the Left Page

This post was originally published on this siteThis week, we’re pleased to present a two-part, Coffee with Comrades special. Frank and Bruno—co-hosts of the Left Page podcast—join us to discuss Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel, The Dispossessed. In Pt. I, thing get contentious. We explore suffering, joy, solidarity, critique Le Guin’s presentation of anarchism, and… Read more »

Guillotines, Vengeance and Revolutionary Optimism

This post was originally published on this siteThis year on May Day in Toronto, anarchists and radicals brought a replica guillotine to a rally at Queen’s Park, leading to outrage in the mainstream media and government calls for a police investigation. In light of this, and in a context where guillotine memes and other gestures… Read more »

No Wall They Can Build, Episode 9: The North

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome to Episode 9 of No Wall They Can Build, the Ex-Worker Podcast’s serialized audiobook exploring borders and migration across North America. The border doesn’t end at the border: the violent regime of citizenship constrains and ruins lives throughout the north, as a chilling story of a narrow… Read more »

The Death Penalty, Sovereignty, and Abolition

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode, we speak with Lisa Guenther about the relationship between the death penalty, sovereignty, and abolition. Lisa is an abolitionist who is currently a professor of philosophy at Queen’s University in so-called Ontario, Canada, and has written extensively about the death penalty, solitary confinement, and socialgue… Read more »

Episode 46: “Love Letters to the Future”

This post was originally published on this siteThis week, we go off-script and talk about one of the greatest creative joys of humankind: poetry. But, first, current events. Anti-choice laws are multiplying across the United States. Julian Assange has been formally charged under the Espionage Act. The Trump administration is making it harder for transgender… Read more »

Who is Larry Davis?

This post was originally published on this siteHave you heard of Larry Davis? His story really has to be one of the greatest cases of resistance to the police state. Ever. This episode includes a special about Larry Davis, plus a brief run down on Direct Action… Which Australia needs to get into after somehow… Read more »