From It's Going Down
We recently caught up with Scott Campbell, a reoccurring translator and writer for It’s Going Down, as well as the author of the column Insumision, which details and analyzes unfolding social movements, struggles, as well as the overall political landscape in so-called Mexico. Beyond just talking about Scott’s contributions to IGD, we more over talk about his plans to launch a trip into Mexico for the purpose of interviewing collectives, groups, organizations, and individuals about what is going down in their regions and what they think of the current social and political landscape. The trip will serve to build bridges with anti-authoritarian, indigenous, anti-capitalist, and anarchist movements, groups, projects, and struggles, and also expand our understanding as to what is happening in Mexico and why.
From Black Rose Anarchist Federation
A radio interview on feminism, anarchism and building a movement
Romina Akemi of Black Rose/Rosa Negra is interviewed by “Free Flow” on KCHUNG Radio broadcasting from Chinatown, Los Angeles discussing “Breaking the Waves: Challenging the Liberal Tendency within Anarchist Feminism” written by Romina and Bree Busk for the Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS).
LISTEN HERE: http://archive.org/details/AnarchyRadio11152016
Kathan co-hosts and reports on awesome Portland resistance ($1 million
damages Nov. 11). Ayahuasca: a consumer fad? Hydro power = mercury
poisoning. The South is burning. Polluted Danube, need for our own resources
health-wise, not techno "solutions." Artificial daylight. Bank of No Money touts
autonomy, not leftoid organization fetish. Action news, one call.
#51: Anarchism, Voting, and Direct Action: An Audio Zine & Do anarchists vote? If not, how do we express our voice and participate in changing society? What’s the problem with elections and representative democracy?
#52: An Ex-Voter’s Guide to the 2016 Presidential Election We know you’ve been on the edge of your seat, waiting for see which candidate will receive the Ex-Worker’s endorsement for president this year.
From Resonance Audio
We sat down with Robby and Sylvie in their home in Seattle to get some of the context for the two plays we were planning on recording. The interview turned into a nearly 2 and a half hour conversation where we discussed Rojava, The 5th Estate, 1968, burnout, and the last 30+ years of anarchy in the United States and much more.
My "Concluding Anti-History Postscript." Istanbul anarchist on post-coup
situation in Turkey. Cop shooting of the week. Water woes, "natural" disasters?
Are we at the end of anarchism? Done in by technology and nihilism? "Binge
TV Watching Can Kill You." Ads of the week. Merger mania. Wild birds help
African foragers find honey. "Depression is a Disease of Civilization." by Sara
Burrow. How to set a Fire and Why, by Jesse Ball.
Anti-cop blow-back heightens. Future drought/fires aimed at oil/gas pipelines. Unprecedented sandstorm covers Middle East - not a "natural" disaster. "The End of the Tour" - David Foster Wallace story. Political/civic institutions flailing. Medicalization of alienation, denial of arriving catastrophe. Man kicks robot, action news. Two calls,
In solidarity with international days of action for anarchist prisoners august 23-30, the mongrel creek gang has recorded Adios Prison: Tales of Spectacular Escapes as a audio book in mp3 format. Its the true stories told by spanish prisoners themselves of five different successful escapes. Compiled inside the FIES prison regime by Juan Jose Garfia and translated and published in english by elephant editions.
Excerpt from the English introduction:
From John Zerzan
Rydra, of Free Radical Radio fame, co-hosts: history and theory of FRR, what's up with SF Bay Area anarchy, report on Seattle Anarchist Book Fair. Remove those unsightly sweat glands (Sweat Experts), this week's round of modern disasters, tech ads of the week, action
briefs, two calls.