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This is Australia 2019 (Anti) Election Special

This post was originally published on this siteGood evening Subverters a warm welcome to this (anti) Australian Election podcast. The polling date is this Saturday May 18 and it’s boring as fuck. Whoever wins we still have to fight you’ll get no anarchist don’t vote arguments from me but you’re not going to get an… Read more »

Episode 44: “Chaos Reigns” ft. Macabre Media

This post was originally published on this site**TW: This episode features a discussion of two graphic motion pictures that feature frank depictions of sexual violence. Listener discretion is advised.** This week on Coffee with Comrades, we sit down for a conversation Kaleb, founder and co-host of the horror-review podcast, Macabre Media. But first, Mel catches… Read more »

Jpay in NC Prisons + Antiracist Oi Documentary, “Negro Terror”

This post was originally published on this siteSean Swain on Jpay and New Documentary About Band Negro Terror This week, we feature an interview with Sean Swain about the JPay system being incorporated into the North Carolina prison system based on his experiences in Ohio, increased tension leading to a riot in mid-April at Piedmont… Read more »

Solecast w/ Lee Reed: Rapping & Organizing Against The Apocalypse

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode of the Solecast I speak with Lee Reed. We talk about his new album “Before & Aftermath” out now on Strange Famous record and his previous album “Steal City” EP which was a benefit for the Hamilton Tenants Union. Lee is one of the longest… Read more »

No Wall They Can Build, Episode 6: The Border

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome to Episode 6 of No Wall They Can Build, the Ex-Worker Podcast’s serialized audiobook exploring borders and migration across North America. This installment investigates the three-tiered border and the process of crossing it, focusing on the places where the most deaths occur—southern Arizona and South Texas. The… Read more »

Episode 43: “This Banjo Kills Fascists” ft. Clifton Hicks

This post was originally published on this siteOn this week’s edition of Coffee with Comrades, we sit down with folk musician Clifton Hicks. But, first up, some current events: Erik Prince used the rise of Trump to make an improbable comeback. Unicorn Riot has exposed a network of Neo-Nazis in the US military. Homeland security… Read more »

Antifa + Anarchy Down Under: Andy Fleming of SlackBastard

This post was originally published on this siteAntifa + Anarchy Down Under: Andy Fleming of SlackBastard This week, we’re sharing a recent conversation with Andy Fleming. Andy is an anarchist and anti-racist organizer based out of Melbourne, Australia. For the episode, Andy tells us about his research into far right organizing in Australia and, to… Read more »

No Wall They Can Build, Episode 5: The Trip and The Product

This post was originally published on this siteHappy May Day, everyone! Welcome to Episode 5 of No Wall They Can Build, the Ex-Worker Podcast’s serialized audiobook exploring borders and migration across North America. Having discussed the political and economic forces that drive migration north, this week’s installment examines how people get from Central America to… Read more »

Ep. 42: “Mayday! May Day” ft. Marxism & Moshpits

This post was originally published on this siteOn this week’s edition of Coffee with Comrades, Pearson & Mel sit down with Brendan from Marxism & Moshpits to talk about International Workers’ Day! But, first, some current events: The cops murdered Soheil Antonio Mojarrad, an unarmed, mentally ill man in Raleigh, NC. Joe Biden has joined… Read more »

Humor, Shaming and Yelling At Racist Dogs w Tom Tanuki

This post was originally published on this siteOn the show this week, Bursts spoke with Tom Tanuki, front man of the group Yelling At Racist Dogs (Y.A.R.D.), a performance anti-fascist group that directs insulting yells at far-right, xenophobic events and speakers. For the hour we talk some about Tom’s background, the landscape of far-right politics… Read more »