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Anews Podcast 189 – 11.20.20

From Anews Podcast

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

Sound editing by Greg.

What’s New written and read by Chisel and Greg.

Thanks to Ariel Prime and a friend for talking about the topic of the week: pandemic redux

Music:
1. Supertramp – The Logical Song (edit)
2. Flu Pandemic Song

Kelly Wright - Free Speech and Firearm Freedom

From Non Serviam Podcast

Kelly Wright is an activist, public speaker, and writer who focuses on a host of topics ranging from anarchism, queer and trans rights, and privacy. She graduated from Ohio University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and economics. She currently lives and works in New York City with her cat Grimes.

The Uprising in Belarus

The Uprising in Belarus

From The Final Straw Radio

Belarus is continuing to experience a revolt against the 26 year dictatorship of the post-Soviet dictator, Alexander Lukashenko. The situation came to a boil, fueled by yet another election rife with administration corruption, the creation of mutual aid infrastructure in the face of a government that abandoned public health measures in the face of the corona virus pandemic, decreased economic quality of life… people found each other and the state turned on them. In response to the police violence, regular folks came out into the streets to oppose the dictatorship and the system threatened collapse. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

Interview on recent Protest in Poland

From Elephant in the Room

Abortion in Poland was legal during Communism and became illegal (with a few exceptions) after the political shift to democracy. Since then, feminists have been active in resisting the abortion law but with little success in gaining public support or influencing legislation.

Anews Podcast 188 – 11.13.20

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

Sound editing by Greg.

No “what’s new” this week.

Thanks to Ariel Prime and a friend for talking about the topic of the week: anarcho-capitalism

Music:
Libertarian Anthem – Dominic Frisby

PRAXIS: Episode 1: Paul Messersmith-Glavin

PRAXIS: Episode 1: Paul Messersmith-Glavin, Portland OR

From roseweeds dot com, Portland OR

Host Taylor interviews Paul Messersmith-Glavin—anarchist, acupuncturist, parent, organizer—part of the collective running the Institute for Anarchist Studies which publishes the journal Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, based out of Portland, Oregon. Discussion includes material from an August 2020 interview and from a July 2015 interview and covers a broad range of topics including anti-capitalist organizing to fight climate change, mobilizing against the far-right and violent police repression in Portland, raising anti-authoritarian kids, and more. 

Toward an Army of Ghosts on Immediatism Podcast

Tom Nomad would like to see anarchists operate in increasingly illegible ways, whilst conducting real-time analysis about police operations, as explained in this companion volume to The Master's Tools. To challenge the state, anarchists must operate within the gaps in police coverage, with the intention of disrupting policing itself, which is what enacts the state in material reality. Thinking theory itself is action, and has value to the extent that the theorizing we are doing interrupts policing and so disrupts the state.

Inside Kolektiva, the social media platform built by anarchists and activists

Inside Kolektiva, the social media platform built by anarchists and activists

In August, Facebook purged a number of anarchist news organizations and left-wing activists from the site under the guise of a larger ban targeting far-right extremists and QAnon conspiracy theorists.

Liberation Podcast - Julian Langer

From Liberation Podcast

We have Julian Langer here today to speak on his new book, Feral Life: Meditations on Rewilding and Anarchy. Along with his book we also talk about the idea of anti-collectivism, his personal embodiment of feral living, and the paradox that is society and its allowance of authority over itself instead of finding where their individual power (freedom) comes from.

Cory Massimino - Libertarianism, Politicians, & Borders

From Non Serviam Media

Cory Massimino studies philosophy at the University of Central Florida. He is a Fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society. His research focuses on virtue ethics, market process economics, and anarchist political theory. His writings have appeared in outlets such as The Guardian, The Independent, and Playboy.

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