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Free Radical Radio: Episode 58


Doug and Rydra begin the show by speaking with Phil of about his experiences in Seattle, his recent trip to Ferguson, his writings, and the future and potential of riots.


It’s difficult for me to articulate my thoughts about anarchism because in many respects I’m not entirely sure what it is. Perhaps this obscurity of anarchism belongs to its essence. In ordinary language anarchy generally signifies chaos and disorder. I do not think this is the case. In my mind, anarchism isn’t the absence of order, nor law, but is a question of where order and law come from. I’m not, however, firm on that hypothesis. Perhaps anarchism could denote a form of social and political organization without any law, but that would require a number of qualifications.


Collective response to "Racism at NA ABC Conference" by JoNina & Lorenzo Ervin

We are writing as the crew that organized the North American ABC Conference, in response to JoNina and Lorenzo's public letter "Racism at the NA ABC Conference.” We are nine people spread across the country, from New York to Sacramento, in conjunction with Denver ABC, and as such have a range of views on their open letter. This response is not a full statement of all of those views, or even a consensus of what things we all agree on, but rather a response required to urgently address the letter and to clarify information within it. This statement is NOT to discredit, disqualify, disregard, or fault JoNina and Lorenzo for their experience(s). The information provided is correct to the best of our account, and is provided for the purpose of transparency.


The Movement's Achilles Heel

I'm still in the Anarchist camp as I always have been, but I'm alone and in my own tent these days. I hope I'm not the only one out there who wants to see the movement retire as a subculture and begin a new life as something that actually matters. The conspiracy NWO fools have a big tent, and every Anarchist tent that's big enough has a plurality of feel-good liberals who vote social democrat. Anarchist infoshops these days are lousy with Maoists and every sort of authoritarian Marxist you can imagine.


20th Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair

The Bay Area Anarchist Fair will be April 25, 2015. This year will be the 20th Anniversary!

The Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair is an annual event for people interested and engaged in radical work to connect and learn through book and information tables, workshops, panel discussions, skillshares, films and more! We create an inclusive space to introduce new folks to anarchism, foster productive dialogue between various political traditions and anarchists from different milieus, and create an opportunity to dissect our movements’ strengths, weaknesses, strategies, and tactics.

Racism At The North American Anarchist Black Cross Conference

By: Lorenzo and JoNina Ervin
To: Denver Anarchist Black Cross
North American Anarchist Black Cross
Re: Racism at North American ABC Conference


Which Side Podcast: Episode 97

Which Side Podcast: Episode 97 - WS Lectures: Grand Jury Resistance

Which Side Podcast - WS Lectures: Grand Jury Resistance
Episode 97

This week Jordan was out at a prisoner support conference. So we strayed from our traditional format for this episode to bring you the first installment of our new series called Which Side Lectures (soon to be its own podcast). This presentation was given by Jordan Halliday at the Boing! Anarchist Collective on Grand Jury Resistance.

Anti-Prison Mobilisation for the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners (Mexico)


Interview with CrimethInc. on their essay "Deserting The Digital Utopia"

Doug & Rydra interview a member of the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers' Collective about their essay "Deserting the Digital Utopia." They discuss the obvious and not so obvious problems inherent in using computers/technology/social media for anarchist projects. They also discuss the value/problem of cop watching and filming authority, and question if leaving the internet is desirable.

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Campaign to Welcome Home Brian Jacob Church (NATO 3)

Brian Jacob Church of the NATO 3 is scheduled to be released in November of this year, so we’ve launched a campaign to raise money for his release. Donate today to help welcome Jacob home!