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Anews Podcast 221 – 7.30.21

From: The Anews Podcast

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

Sound editing by Greg.

What’s New written by chisel, read by chisel and a friend.

No “new in the library” reading this week. No one wanted to read Tolstoy, poor thing.

Thanks to Octox and Max Powers for TotW week conversation: Life after Death.

Asheville’s Policing Crisis w/ Ursula Wren

A glass bottle with a sticker of a cop in riot gear holding a pack of leaking water bottles?

from The Final Straw Radio

This week, we spoke with local journalist, activist, abolitionist and anarchist, Ursula Wren of the AvlFree.Press about Asheville’s “crisis in policing”, a brief blooper roll of Asheville police foibles over the last decade, homeless camp evictions, prior and current efforts to restructure public safety, the reactionary business effort to bolster the police with blue ribbons of support, housing issues and other fare.

Anews Podcast 220 – 7.23.21

From: The Anews Podcast

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

One of the New Things in the Library: Evasion (intro). read by Max Powers

"What's New Segment" with Chisel and a friend.

TotW conversation with Ariel and Octox: "Watching the Drift"

Free Xinachtli! & Updates from Greece

Write an anarchist prisoner today!

from The Final Straw Radio

This week, we’re featuring two main portions of the show. You’ll hear updates from Greek comrades at 1431 AM free social radio in Thessaloniki> and Radiozones Of Subversive Expression, 93.8 FM pirate radio in Athens. Both of these were featured on the latest episode of Bad News: Angry Voices from Around The World, available the middle of each month at A-Radio-Network.org. Prior to that, you’ll hear anarchist prisoner Xinachtli talk about his life and his case.

This Is America #142

Write an anarchist desert today!

from It's Going Down

This Is America #142: Resisting the Curfew in NYC; A Discussion on ‘Desert’

On today’s show, first we feature an interview with Black House News, about the ongoing resistance to curfews happening in New York and attempts by the State to hold onto control of the streets in a post-pandemic and post-rebellion world. We also discuss how the terrain in DC has changed following the attempted far-Right coup. We then play a recorded text from Perilous Chronicle, about surveillance of teenage activists in so-called Tucson by local police. We then switch to our discussion, where we cover the horrific realities of climate change and the implications raised in the book Desert for the anarchist movement in an epoch of global warming.

Episode 7: No Back to Normal

Write an anarchist prisoner today!

from Twin Trouble

This is a special episode we’re recording for June 11th International Day of Solidarity with Marius Mason & All Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners. The twins share reflections on prisoner support in general but also in the context of the recent anniversary of the George Floyd uprising, where thousands are facing repression for fighting back against racist cops. Also plenty of thoughts on recent hacks and leaks, and the political ramifications of these high-profile ransomware attacks against Colonial Pipeline, the MPD, Citizen App, and Jones Day leaks.

This Is America #141

from It's Going Down

This Is America #141: Mass Action Against Line 3; Sean Swain and June 11th

On this episode, first we bring you an interview with Lauren Swain, the partner of anarchist prisoner Sean Swain who currently has launched a campaign in order to help them hopefully transition out of prison later this summer. We discuss Swain’s case and his amazing life, his journey to anarchist politics, and the repression he has faced as a politicized prisoner.

Making Links

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from The Final Straw Radio

Making Links: June 11th, Long-term Prisoners, Anti-Repression Work

June 11th is the international day of solidarity with Marius Mason and all long-term anarchist prisoners. This year we want to explore the connections between long-term prisoner support and anti-repression efforts around recent uprisings, a sharp reminder to us that the difference between a status of imprisoned or not is often tenuous and temporary.

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