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9th anniversary show

This post was originally published on this siteSo for this episode, we tried something new. This show is in its 9th year of production, and we realized that we as hosts very rarely have interacted on the show. While this is a project that is one we do for reasons other than boosting our own… Read more »

Autonomy Meaning More Than Just Guns

This post was originally published on this siteCommunity Self Defence Post-Charlottesville-2017 This week we share an interview I conducted a few months back with two folks, Inman and *****, about community armed self defense. They talk about their experiences of handling firearms, lessons learned from their visibly armed presence at the Charlottesville Unite The Right… Read more »

Food Autonomy: Around The World in 80 Plants w/ Stephen Barstow

This post was originally published on this siteThis episode of the Solecast I sit down with Stephen Barstow, aka The Extreme Salad Man to talk about his work documenting and popularizing rare edible plants. We are also joined by Aaron Parker from Edgewood Nursery who introduced me to Stephen’s work and also grows and sells… Read more »

Drucilla Cornell on Sex Work, Feminism, Rosa Luxemburg, Philosophy, Revolution, Ubuntu, and Nihilist Fascism

This post was originally published on this siteDrucilla Cornell speaks about her work with seeking to unionize a collective brothel, feminism, Rosa Luxemburg, Sylvia Wynter, philosophy, revolutions, Ubuntu, and nihilist fascism. Music by AwareNess, follow him on Instagram, Spotify or Soundcloud.  For more content, follow me on Instagram Please support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/timetalks

1919-2019: What Can We Learn From the Winnipeg General Strike?

This post was originally published on this siteIn 1919, what started as a dispute over how workers in a particular trade should negotiate with their employers became a generalized workers’ revolt that we now know as the Winnipeg General Strike. Don’t click skip just yet! It can be hard to see the relevance in things… Read more »

No Wall They Can Build, Episode 8: Designed to Kill, Part II – The Border Patrol, The Game, and The Desert

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome to Episode 8 of No Wall They Can Build, the Ex-Worker Podcast’s serialized audiobook exploring borders and migration across North America. This installment continues to explore the reality of border policy by taking a closer look at the agency that enforces it, describing the atrocities that its… Read more »

Episode 45: “Q&A, Aye?”

This post was originally published on this siteHey, y’all! Check out this bonus episode of Coffee with Comrades, previously recorded as a Q&A to thank our Patreon supporters. Support Coffee with Comrades on Patreon, follow us on Twitter, and visit our website. Coffee with Comrades is a proud member of the Channel Zero Network. Coffee… Read more »

Michael Kimble, Akbar + Mustafa: Prisoners in Ohio and Alabama Speak

This post was originally published on this sitePrisoners in Ohio and Alabama Speak This week, we hear the voices of three prisoners: anarchist prisoner Michael Kimble and jailhouse lawyer Arthur “Akbar” Griggs at Holman CI in Atmore, Alabama, and Mark “Mustafa” Hinkston at Toledo CI in Ohio. Michael Kimble In the first portion of this… Read more »

Ep 3: Prisoner Justice Day, Inmates Committees, and Resistance on the Inside

This post was originally published on this siteToday we bring you an episode of a brand-new podcast miniseries entitled “What Happened to Prisoner Justice Day?” about the history of prisons in canada focusing on differences in the prison system in the 1960s-1980s versus today. The podcast features interviews with former and current prisoners, as well… Read more »

Episode 7: Designed to Kill, Part I – Who Benefits?

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome to Episode 7 of No Wall They Can Build, the Ex-Worker Podcast’s serialized audiobook exploring borders and migration across North America. The Border Patrol, with its swollen budget and lavish technologies, clearly has the technical capacity to stop most, if not all, traffic across the border, yet… Read more »