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Iran: The Uprising of the Thirsty

Iran: The Uprising of the Thirsty

from sub.media

On July 15th 2021, people took to the streets in the Iranian province of Khouzestan to protest against the lack of water due to government mismanagement. Since then, despite the Iranian state’s brutal repression, the uprising has spread all over the country.

This was a collaboration with The Federation of Anarchism Era & Antimidia.

For more information on struggles in Iran:
http://asranarshism.com

Transmissions Part One: Origins

Transmissions Part One: Origins

From Transmissions

A four part mini-series focusing on the various dimensions of intergenerational relationships amongst anarchists. Part One is a collection of anarchist origin stories from the late 60s through to the early 2000s. Listen to Ashanti Alston, Helen Hudson, Ann Hansen, Frank, Ian Bone and Cindy Milstein recount the pivotal and historical moments that led them to anarchism and why. If you love origin stories, you’re gonna love this.

 

System Fail #7: Brazil’s Little Flu

CW: Death, Police Brutality, Homophobia – Hardcoded subtitles
In this episode of System Fail we look at the devastating effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the people of Brazil. We also speak with Brazilian-based anarchist Acácio Augusto, of the Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP).

System Fail #2

From It's Going Down

System Fail #2: An Airborne Virus Called Freedom

SubMedia.Tv returns with a new episode of System Fail, which looks at the COVID-19 pandemic and features an interview with Peter Gelderloos.

A look at the social and economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a specific focus on the incompetent state responses of the UK, Brazil and the United States.

New anarchist video platform: Kolektiva

Received via email from Kolectiva

Presenting Kolektiva - a new online platform for anarchist and anti-colonial videos

As of today, anarchists and anti-colonialists from all over the world have a new platform for sharing videos, and helping to make them available in multiple different languages. We're calling this project Kolectiva. Please share this call within your networks. We are still looking for anarchist & anti-colonial filmmakers, content producers and translators who are interested in helping to grow this project and help it meet its potential.

Hands off Exarchia: New Democracy’s War on Anarchists

Hands off Exarchia: New Democracy’s War on Anarchists

From submedia

On July 8th, 2019, the New Democracy government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis assumed power in Greece, after campaigning on a promise to ‘clean up’ the central Athens neighbourhood of Exarchia, and ‘take it back’ from the anarchists. Since then, the Greek state has launched a renewed attack against the anarchist and self-organized migrant movements, targeting squats and promising future raids. Against this threat, Greek anarchists have responded with characteristic resolve and determination.

To My Critics: My Own Peculiar Albatross

To My Critics: My Own Peculiar Albatross

From Bellamy Fitzpatrick dot com by Bellamy Fitzpatrick

Under different circumstances, I would not have brought this issue up so early in my blog, and perhaps would never have brought it up, but the recent mention of me on The Solecast has made me think it is necessary to lay this issue to rest once and for all. My hope is that I will never have to comment on it again, but will be able to reference this blog entry and the podcast links associated with it to any and all future critics.

Double Trouble: Double Feature at Interference Archive

Challenge the Technological MegaMachine

Saturday, November 23, 7-9:00 PM

Join us at Interference Archive (Brooklyn, NY) as we show two episodes of the subMedia documentary series, Trouble, with episodes #19 (Quiet Storm) and #5 (You Are Being Watched:Movement Defense Against State & Corporate Surveillance).

Both on the theme of challenging the technological Megamachine.

https://sub.media/c/trouble/

Trouble #19: Quiet Storm

Trouble 20: Inside-Out

From Submedia

Prison is the foundation of state authority and the anchor of capitalist social relations. It’s the baseline threat that coerces us into accepting a daily regimen of exploitation and abuse. It’s a shrine to power and a monument to futility. It’s cameras, motion sensors, and walls of thick concrete wrapped in concertina wire. It’s an ongoing experiment in regimentation and psychology. It’s a sweatshop run on reclaimed slave labour. It’s a forced separation that rips up families and tears loved ones apart. It’s the last shitty stop before you’re deported back to the life you fled. It’s a sprawling job site, where unionized guards earn a living by keeping human beings in cages. It’s a sterile time capsule, where individuals are kidnapped from the present and thrown into limbo for years on end.

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