Radical Parenting and Sustaining a Multi-Generational Movement: A conversation with Vikki Law & China Martens
China Martens has published Future Generation, a zine about radical parenting since 1990 (published as a book by Atomic Books in 2007). Vikki Law has worked to get the voices of women in and out of prison around by producing Tenacious: Art and Writing by Women in Prison and the recently republished Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women. China and Vikki are authors, editors, anarchists, activists and also, mothers.
This week we speak to Vikki Law and China Martens about the newly published book, Don't Leave Your Friends Behind: Concrete Ways to Support Families in Social Justice Movements and Communities (PM Press, 2012) , which they edited and contributed to. We talk about multigenerationality in struggle as well as intersections of age, class, gender and race.
*Correction, it was announced that Ms. Law is involved with GROW, but in fact is working with WORTH.