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The Danthropology with Dan Arel podcast is hosted by author and journalist Dan Arel. Each week the show hosts a guest to talk about radical politics, science, and often their intersectionality with culture and religion, with an anarchist perspective.
Which Side isn’t a podcast to educate people about social change/struggles, there are already several great ones for that. Which Side is more about hanging out with people we like. Our listeners are truly friends and peers. When we are with our friends we don’t talk about why you should go vegan or force anarchist principals down your throat, we talk about the new vegan restaurant, or why the government is so messed up.
The focus of Which Side is to bring content that we and our friends would enjoy in our spare time, while working out, on our commute or taking care of our daily errands. Some episodes will make you angry as hell about an issue while others will make you embarrassed that you are listening. We will bring you guests that are living the life just like you. Yes, very important topics and conversations happen on the show, just like they do around a table full of friends. But with us it will never be boring and unlike some of your friends, you can turn us off as needed.
The Rebel Beat is Firebrand Records podcast of radical political music across different genres, and across different continents, hosted and produced by Aaron Maiden on unceded Mohawk territory in Montreal.
It is the mixtape to a riot against police brutality. It is your nightly newscast set to bass and beats. It is a rallying cry against apathy. It is protest anthems from Hong Kong to Istanbul to Ferguson to Montreal.
The podcast drops once a month, and will feature interviews, collaborators, and accomplices. . Subscribe on all your favourite podcast platforms!
“Welcome to the Ex-Worker: an audio strike against a monotone world! This podcast explores a wide range of anarchist ideas and action. In each episode, we take an in-depth look at a different topic, introducing various manifestations of the struggle for liberation, and round it off with news, reviews, profiles of current anarchist projects, upcoming events, and more. If you’re curious about anarchist visions of freedom —or if you dream of a world off the clock —tune in!”
BCC is sub.Media’s weekly music show of the dopest, hardest hitting political music out there. Hosted by the stimulator BCC will keep you pumped during your workout session, or get you fired up for your next street fight with fascists.
sub.Media is excited to announce the launch of Trouble, a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of currentstruggles, tactics and movement dynamics. Trouble will broadcast first-hand accounts and perspectives from organizers on the ground, with the aim of cutting through the fog of misinformation that often clouds our understanding of the world, and provoking people into taking bold, collective action.
subMedia is a video production ensemble, which aims to promote anarchist and anti-capitalist ideas, and aid social struggles through the dissemination of radical films and videos. Founded in 1994, subMedia has produced hundreds of videos on everything from anti-globalization protests to films about shoplifting. Our films have been screened around the world in social centers and movie theaters and have been watched by millions on the internet. This site is a collection of videos from 2003 onwards.
Radical Underground is a podcast that connects radical politics with underground music around the world. Our hosts are based in Brooklyn and Jakarta and our guests include anarchist rappers, gonzo journalists, and occultists.
“Hard times are coming, when we’ll be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now, can see through our fear-stricken society and its obsessive technologies to other ways of being, and even imagine real grounds for hope. We’ll need writers who can remember freedom—poets, visionaries—realists of a larger reality.” —Ursula K Le Guin We Will Remember Freedom is a monthly fiction podcast series edited by Margaret Killjoy. Each episode brings a new story written by authors who are willing to imagine worlds without oppression or worlds where we fight against that oppression.’
Red Strings & Maroons
Red Strings & Maroons is a podcast that digs into little known histories of armed revolt and community defense against oppression in the so called United States. RS&M also focuses on helping curate an ongoing discussion surrounding firearms and the skills needed for defense from an antifascist and anti-authoritarian perspective.
The Poor Can Feed The Birds
The Poor Can Feed The Birds is hosted by Tom Tanuki, covering participatory, grassroots politics and activism around Australia. It covers rallies and actions from the past, present and future, and talks to people in the front lines of in growing activist movements in a rapidly changing Australia (and world).
A platform for revolutionary theory, food autonomy, anarchism, permaculture, radical musicians and more. Interviews with authors, organizers, artists, growers and freedom fighters. Hosted by Sole. Formerly The Solecast
You Don’t Need Permission is a podcast about organizing for revolutionary change. It can be hard to know where to start, so each week your host Joshua speaks with experienced activists and organizers to learn their stories, how they got started, what they learned, and what they’re doing now. Hopefully their stories can instruct and inspire you, because you don’t need permission to start making the world a better place.
Podcast feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1259417.rss
Red Dot District is a podcast of analysis, commentary, and practical advice for anythong wanting to learn about firefarms, get a read on street conditions, and come up with real solutions to the rising reactionary violence in America.
Each week, the dewy-eyed and hopeful bloomer, Franz, will face off against the jaded and cynical doomer, Kami. It’s up to you to decide who wins. We’ll discuss current events, leftist theory, praxis, and history, and feature special guests with relative expertise in a wide range of subjects.
The podcast about fighting the system and staying rebellious while being incarcerated. The show takes the form of a recorded phone call between Jason in Chicago, and his twin brother Jeremy, locked up in Chickasha, in Grady County, just outside Oklahoma City. Jeremy is currently near the end of 10 year sentence for hacking exploits against the police and the state with Anonymous offshoot groups Lulzsec. Jason did a year in prison for militant antifascism – Both want to talk shit on the feds and wants going down in the struggle in the streets and behind the fences.
The show where we, carla bergman & Eleanor Goldfield, trace our present path through the people and stories of the past – as we ourselves – long-term activists learn about each other, from each other and continue to walk, continue to wake. Silver Threads, still walking still waking.
Rebel Steps is an independent podcast that launched in June 2018. This podcast is for anyone who wants to take political action and doesn’t know exactly where to get started. It’s made especially for folks activated by Trump’s election who are still looking for ways to plug in. It guides listeners through actions that go beyond protesting and calling your representatives. You can email us at [email protected].
Formerly Black and Green Podcast. Hosted by Kevin Tucker, the podcast covers Black & Green publications, affairs, and more, will delve into all things anti-civilization and co-exist with current, past, and future B&G projects. If you have questions, comments, or topics you’d like to see covered or responded to, please email blackandgreenpress at gmail.
Subversion #1312 (prev The Anarchy Show) is one of the longest running anarchist radio programs in the world airing in Brisbane Australia since c. 1992. Linda Rose has been pressing the buttons, collating the content and curating the music since 2005. A variety of dissidents join in the subversive mix. Regular segments include Bad Cop No Donut, Not the Fucking News, and interviews about current topics and event. We also include content from sub.Media and other funny and/or informative clips we find on the internet. A regular podcast has been available since 2012 @ subversion1312.org.
We are recording anarchist and related texts and distributing them in audio form as audiobooks and audiozines. In this way we hope to Make anarchist ideas more accessible, and anarchist practice more informed. We may not agree with every word of every text we record, but we hope that the distribution of these texts in audio form continues lively anarchist discussions — and ultimately we hope that those discussions lead us into the streets.
Rustbelt Abolition Radio is an abolitionist media and movement-building project based in Detroit, MI. Each episode amplifies the voices of those impacted by mass incarceration and explores ongoing work in the movement to abolish the carceral state (that is prisons, police, borders, and surveillance). Let’s expand our ability to struggle against the ways in which these forces impact our daily lives and create spaces where we can both imagine and remake our world anew.
Subversive music and spoken samples carefully selected, viciously cut, and madly strewn together like the raving letters of a desperate ransom note. Heavily focused on, but not limited to hip-hop. This podcast is mixed and produced in part as an effort to celebrate the radical roots of hip-hop and also as an opportunity teach myself the skills of audio production. Produced by G agit_hop.
Content Warning: This will contain language, beliefs, references and information that may offend listeners.