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Reflections from Kanonhstaton

From From Embers

Talking with a non-native anarchist who spent time at Kanonhstaton in 2006, a land reclamation led by members of Six Nations blocking the development of a private subdivision on their territory.

We discuss his experience at Six, dynamics on the ground before and after the police raid, and the possibilities and complexities of anarchist-indigenous solidarity with the current wave of Wet'suwet'en solidarity in mind.

Solecast w/ Margaret Killjoy

From Solecast

In this episode I talk with author & musician Margaret Killjoy. We start off discussing her new project Vulgarite, the musical approach and the concept behind it. We then get into a podcast she just launched called “How To Live Like The World Is Dying” based around an essay of the same name. Margaret is an interesting guest for the solecast because not only is she an anarchist artist and a writer but also lives off grid in a home she built herself on a land project shared with comrades.

Anews Podcast 156 – 3.13.20

From Anews Podcast

Welcome to the anews podcast. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week on anarchistnews.org.

sound editing by Greg

Thanks to Ariel and friend for the ToTW discussion: pandemic!

Thanks to Greg for the editorial.

What’s New was written and read by Chisel and Greg.

Music:
1. bülow – Get Stupid
2. Christian Death – Romeo’s Distress
3. The Flu Pandemic Song

21 Years of South Chicago ABC Zine Distro

From The Final Straw

This week on The Final Straw, we’ll hear a conversation from a few month back with Anthony Rayson and Mike Plosky, who have run the South Chicago Anarchist Black Cross Zine Distro since 1998. They send zines to prisoners, publish the writings and art of politicized prisoners as a project of public education, and help advocate and support prisoners organizing for their own education and liberation.

The Unist'ot'en Camp & Shutting Down Canada w/ Gord Hill

From Last Born in the Wilderness

In this interview, I speak with Indigenous artist, activist the author Gord Hill. We discuss the recent events at the Unist’ot’en Camp on the Wet’suwet’en First Nation’s territory in B.C., Canada, and the wave of solidarity actions that have sprung up across Canada the past several weeks in response to the RCMP’s invasion of their territory.

Anews Podcast 155 – 3.07.20

From Anews Podcast

After a brief, inadvertent hiatus, we are back with episode 155.

Welcome to the anews podcast. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week on anarchistnews.org.

sound editing by Linn O’Mable

Thanks to Ariel and friend for the ToTW discussion.

What’s New was written and read by Chisel and Greg.

Music:
1) Matt Mitchell – Be Irreparable
2) I Hate Models – Murder On VHS

#ShutDownCanada: From Oka to Today

From From Embers

This week's episode features an interview with Gord Hill, a member of the Kwakwaka'wakw nation whose territory is located on northern Vancouver Island and adjacent mainland in the province of "British Columbia." He has been involved in Indigenous people's and anti-globalization movements since 1990 and is the author of The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book and The Antifa Comic Book.

Music by Tribe Called Red, Iroqua WhiteWolf, Macka B and Snotty Nose Rez Kids.

Solidarity Begins At Home

From Solecast

In this episode of the solecast I sit down with Carla & Zach Bergman to talk about rethinking the relationship between youth and adults. Carla is a filmmaker, activist and author of Joyful Militancy and her son Zach is an artist and electronic producer who puts out music under the moniker Sourgout. This interview talks bout un-schooling, the damage that the western education system does and how adults can do better to foster autonomy.

Pelecanimimus and the Battle for Mosquito Ridge

From We Will Remember Freedom

This story first appeared in the anthology Resist Fascism, published in 2018 by Crossed Genres.

Dedicated to the Memory of Oliver Law (1900 – 1937), the first Black American to command white troops and leader of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade (Spanish: Brigada Abraham Lincoln). Known for his bravery in action while leading his troops at the battle of Mosquito Ridge. — Bordewieck, Crystal, and Lila Chen, editors. “We Must Stop Them Here”: The Struggle of the Early Antifascists, Crossed Genres, 2019, p. 3.

Anews Podcast 153 – 2.21.20

From Anews Podcast

Welcome to the anews podcast. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week on anarchistnews.org.

TOTW: Heroes et al. with Ariel and Chisel

sound editing by Greg

What’s New was written by Chisel and Greg, and read by Chisel and Greg.

Music:
1. Erik Satie – Gymnopedies 1/2
2. Avril Lavigne – Complicated (edit)

Ben Turk on Updates and a Future for Prison Abolition

From The Final Straw

This week we got the chance to sit down and catch up with Ben Turk, who is an anarchist and prison abolitionist living in Milwaukee WI, about some recent efforts that he has been involved in and some ways that listeners can plug in and do solidarity work from afar.

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