On 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 used a private intelligence firm to monitor family separation protests.
- No More Deaths activists are once more on trial.
- A UK activist served a milkshake to a fascist.
We begin our month of media analysis by hosting an interview with Clifton Hicks, a folk musician from Tennessee. In this episode, we chat about the anti-war movement, conscientious objection, building banjos, and the history of folk music.
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- Intro: “I Ain’t Got No Home in this World Anymore” by Clifton Hicks
- Interlude: “Beaver Dam” by Clifton Hicks
- Outro: “German War” by Clifton Hicks