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2017 in Review via the Brilliant

  • Posted on: 3 January 2018
  • By: thecollective

http://thebrilliant.org/2017/12/29/2017-in-review-via-the-brilliant/

The Brilliant podcast is a way to have a deeper conversations than allowed in the text boxes of websites. On the one hand a podcast is one way communication but on the other it allows the intimacy of radio, of a voice in your ear that is yours alone.

TFSRadio: Walidah Imarisha on Angels With Dirty Faces, Accountability Processes, and more

  • Posted on: 3 January 2018
  • By: Bursts
http://www.walidah.com/

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This week William and Disembodied Voice had the chance to interview Walidah Imarisha, who is an Oregon based writer, educator, public scholar and spoken word artist about her book Angels With Dirty Faces: Three Stories of Crime, Prison, and Redemption, her 2016 book out from AK Press and IAS, which highlights three distinct experiences that are all in different degrees tangential to the realities inherent to the prison industrial complex.

01-02-2018 Anarchy Radio

  • Posted on: 3 January 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

LISTEN HERE: http://archive.org/details/AnarchyRadio01022018

Iran erupts, eastern North America in deep freeze. Joey from Deep Green Bush School in New Zealand reports. Late 2017 rampant violence: mass shootings, pig violence. Latest urban horrors, reefs dying, air worsening.The "Brilliant" episodes 59-63 on technology critique: Huh? Action news, one call.

FRR Audiobooks presents Off The Leash: Iconoclastic and Anti-Social Words

  • Posted on: 2 January 2018
  • By: rydra wrong

Listen Here: http://freeradicalradio.net/off-the-leash-iconoclastic-anti-social-words/

There are innumerable splits between “anarchists.” Some disagree about economics, strategies of resistance, and a seemingly infinite number of isms. I find the most important split to be between social and anti-social. What need is there for social and anti-social anarchists to “work together.” This is something I just don’t understand. Anyone who seeks to build a new mass society is someone I have a fundamental and irreparable split with…in essence, we are enemies.

Anarchist Zines Published in December 2017

  • Posted on: 1 January 2018
  • By: thecollective

The following zines were published over the past month or so within the broad anarchist space. As always, we encourage folks to read, discuss, and engage with the ideas within. Organizing study groups, talk about them with your friends, leave copies in random places, or write scathing critiques of the ideas contained within and circulate them widely. Anarchist ideas are sharper when accompanied by a robust dialog and debate.

If you have suggestions for titles to include next month, let us know.

The Brilliant – Technology V – Jason McQuinn

  • Posted on: 30 December 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
The Brilliant

via The Brilliant

Episode 63 – Jason McQuinn (Modern Slavery editor, A:JODA creator)

The goal of this series is to discuss our critique(s) of technology and how these critiques have changed in the past few decades. Specifically we are discussing new technologies like mobile and Internet technology. Communication has changed. How we access information has changed. How has this meant that we have changed too?

CrimethInc. on 2017: Battles We’ve Faced, the Path Ahead

  • Posted on: 30 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

From It's Going Down

We begin with a discussion on the recent J20 case, its implications, and what remains to be done in terms of long term support for those still facing charges. We also discuss the past year under Trump, the declining public support and trust in the State in general, as well as the odd situation anarchists find ourselves in now with the heating up of the Mueller investigation.

Surviving a Grand Jury

  • Posted on: 27 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

From CrimethInc.
Three Narratives from Grand Jury Resisters

We’ve prepared a zine version of our guide to grand jury resistance, which originally appeared as episode #59 of the Ex-Worker podcast. This zine presents the voices of three people who successfully stood up to grand jury indictments: one who served jail time for resisting, one who went on the run rather than testify, and one who supported a grand jury resister from the beginning to the end of the process. You can also read their narratives below.

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