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Nuancing Disaster Relief with MAD Distro NC

This post was originally published on this siteDisaster Relief Moving Forward This week we had the chance to talk to Sascha, who is a community organizer in the triangle area of North Carolina, about ongoing organizing to help rebuild and continue to aid folks after the multiple hurricanes recently hit this region.  This interview went… Read more »

Nuancing Disaster Relief with MAD Distro NC

This post was originally published on this siteDisaster Relief Moving Forward This week we had the chance to talk to Sascha, who is a community organizer in the triangle area of North Carolina, about ongoing organizing to help rebuild and continue to aid folks after the multiple hurricanes recently hit this region.  This interview went… Read more »

Gregg Deal on the Doctrine of Discovery, Contemporary Art, and Resistance

This post was originally published on this siteContemporary artist Gregg Deal speaks about his experience as a Pyramid Lake Paiute, indigenous existence as resistance, decolonization, the doctrine of discovery, boarding schools, the education system, the #ChangeTheNameCampaign for Washington’s racist football team name, his work and controversy at the Smithsonian, voter suppression of the indigenous community in North Dakota,… Read more »

Gregg Deal on the Doctrine of Discovery, Contemporary Art, and Resistance

This post was originally published on this siteContemporary artist Gregg Deal speaks about his experience as a Pyramid Lake Paiute, indigenous existence as resistance, decolonization, the doctrine of discovery, boarding schools, the education system, the #ChangeTheNameCampaign for Washington’s racist football team name, his work and controversy at the Smithsonian, voter suppression of the indigenous community in North Dakota,… Read more »

Black and Green Podcast new site

This post was originally published on this site In case you’re looking for updates on Black and Green Podcast, it has a new site: primalanarchy.org You can head over there for all back, current and future episodes, plus subscribe to the RSS feed. If you prefer listening through podcast platforms, you’re in luck. B&G Podcast… Read more »

The Rebel Beat 090: The Union Thugs, Music, and Direct Action

This post was originally published on this siteOi! Oi! Vey! Welcome to the latest episode of The Rebel Beat! Straight outta the ranks of Montreal’s Wobblies, we’ve got an interview with The Union Thugs. The Union Thugs are a folk-punk band who take a page from the little red song book, and give a nod… Read more »

Episode 17: “All the World’s a School” feat. Brendan Biryla & Exiled Consensus

This post was originally published on this siteOn this week’s episode of Coffee with Comrades, Sam joins Pearson once again for a discussion of current events before Pearson hosts an interview with Brendan from EngSciMath and Exiled Consensus. Current Events: Mutual Aid relief efforts in the Florida panhandle are ongoing. Panama City landlords are finishing… Read more »

“It Didn’t Occur To Me Until It Occurred To Me”: Donald Rooum, Pt2

This post was originally published on this siteThis week on The Final Straw we’ll be airing the second half of our interview with anarchist, author and cartoonist nonagenarian, Donald Rooum from Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. Donald has written introductions to anarchism and has been a leading organizer in movements in the U.K. against nuclear war,… Read more »

“It Didn’t Occur To Me Until It Occurred To Me”: Donald Rooum, Pt2

This post was originally published on this siteThis week on The Final Straw we’ll be airing the second half of our interview with anarchist, author and cartoonist nonagenarian, Donald Rooum from Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. Donald has written introductions to anarchism and has been a leading organizer in movements in the U.K. against nuclear war,… Read more »

Schoolhouse Squat and DisconTent City

This post was originally published on this siteOrganizers with Alliance Against Displacement share stories about the Schoolhouse Squat as well as DisconTent City and a few other tent cities on unceded Coast Salish territories. We talk about the context of the housing crisis, how homeless indigenous and working class people are organizing to meet their… Read more »