The Final Straw

TFSRadio: Coalition for Immokalee Workers on #IrmaRelief and Jalil Muntaqim (p2)

  • Posted on: 25 September 2017
  • By: Bursts

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Airs on WSFM-LP 103.3 in Asheville / streaming at AshevilleFM from 3am EST on September 25th through October 1st and podcasting on libsyn.com.

TFSRadio: Radical Rush and Supporters of Comrade Malik Washington

  • Posted on: 23 September 2017
  • By: Bursts

Airs on WSFM-LP 103.3 in Asheville / streaming at AshevilleFM from 3am EST on September 18th through September 24th and podcasting on libsyn.com.

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TFSRadio special: Assata on autonomous Hurricane Relief on the Gulf Coast

  • Posted on: 8 September 2017
  • By: Bursts

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This is a The Final Straw Radio mini-episode and we just had a quick conversation with Assata, an activist and member of The Yellow Hammer Alternative, an Alabama-based far left autonomous mutual aid group. We talked about relief work done by Assata’s group around Hurricane Harvey, in Mobile with Food Not Bombs and in the run-up to Hurricanes Irma and Jose. More about Assata’s group can be found at theyellowhammeralternative.com and you can make donations to their and others efforts in the gulf at https://www.youcaring.com/theyellowhammeralternative

(A-Radio) Reportback from Charlottesville: Unite the Right and the murder of Heather Heyer

  • Posted on: 31 August 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

TFSRadio: Resisting LNG Storage in Tacoma & August 19th Prison Solidarity

  • Posted on: 16 August 2017
  • By: Bursts

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Interviews
For this week we are featuring two interviews from listeners and past contributors.

August 19th Protest in Solidarity with Prisoners
The first interview is an excerpt of a longer interview that Disembodied Voice did with with a supporter of Malik Washington about the august 19th demo in Washington to end prison slavery, the millions for prisoners march. they talk about how the march came to be and what kinds of goals the organizers might have in mind. they also discuss a rationale for approaching what might be called "reformist" tactics from an anarchist perspective, and how pathways to social change can have multiple layers.

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