This week, we spoke with an organizer of the 2019 Revolutionary Organizing Against Racism conference taking place on Ohlone land in the SF Bay Area, May 18-19. Then, Spencer Sunshine talks about third positionist fascism, christian traditionalism, identitarianism, recent attacks by white nationalists and anti-racist organizing.
Chelsea Manning is formerly incarcerated military whistle blower who is currently in jail for refusing to testify before a federal grand jury, first sitting in solitary for 4 weeks and now in general population. For the hour, we hear from members of her support committee and anarchist grand jury resisters Jerry Koch and Katie Yow.
This week, we feature two interviews. The first is a conversation with someone from Ni Frontiers Ni Prison, which is a group in so called Canada that is resisting the proposed construction of a new migrant prison in Laval, a town just outside of Montreal and working to decolonize prison abolition. Then, you’ll hear an interview with Robert Free, a long-time activist of the Tewa Nation living in so-called Seattle, about the fishing wars, Alcatraz and Fort Lawton occupations engaged by indigenous activists in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s on the west coast of Turtle Island.
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This week Bursts chats with Swift Justice, an incarcerated member of the Free Alabama Movement, and Pastor Glasgow of The Ordinary People Society about activist Kinetic Justice, the hunger strike he just partook in and prison slavery in the U.S. state of Alabama
Gord Hill is an indigenous author, anarchist, antifascist and militant, a member of the Kwakwaka’wakw nation living in so-called British Columbia, Canada. Gord is also graphic artist and comic book author who most recently published The Antifa Comic Book, out from Arsenal Pulp Press, and runs the website Warrior Publications and sometimes publishes under the nom-de-plume of ZigZag. For the hour we speak about his writings documenting indigenous resistance history in the so-called Americas (mostly with a focus on Turtle Island), antifascist organizing, intersections of indigenous struggle and anarchism and critiques of Pacifism. Plus, Sean Swain critiques “public servants.”