Discussion on the fire crisis in California and the role of the Pacific-Gas and Electric corporate utility.
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We speak with long-time journalist and author, Natasha Lennard, author of the new book, Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life, which covers both the personal and the political, and touches on social movements and struggles from the J20 riots in Washington DC, to Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock, and Occupy Wall Street.
We speak with long time organizer, theorist, and author Noel Ignatiev, both about his work with the Sojourner Truth Organization (STO), as well as this theoretical work with the journal Race Traitor, as we ask, what does it mean to want to “abolish the white race?”
With speak with Bill Budington of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) out of the bay area, about building up an online self-defense against State and corporate surveillance. We cover topics related to social media, your phone, and personal computer.
We continue our conversation with an anarchist living in the Exarchia neighborhood of Athens Greece, as we discuss the rise of the far-Right party, “New Democracy,” the failure of social democracy, and the State’s attacks on the anarchist movement.
After a decade of insurrection, austerity, and crisis – a new far-Right party in Greece is launching a war against the anarchists, refugee squats, and the Exarchia neighborhood. We speak with a long time anarchist about how the movement is mobilizing in response.
Robert Ovetz discusses his new book, When Workers Shot Back: Class Conflict from 1877 to 1921, and covers insurrectionary labor history from the Great Upheaval to the Redneck War.
One of the longest running antifascist and community defense groups in the Unite States, Rose City Antifa, discussion the recent mass mobilization in Portland against the Proud Boys, white nationalists, and far-Right militias.
In this episode of It’s Going Down, we speak with two long-term anarchists from so-called Hamilton about the explosion of action and solidarity the erupted after police arrested a trans anarchist, Cedar, following the collective defense of Pride from far-Right goons and neo-Nazis.
In this episode of It’s Going Down, we speak with Lauren Regan, an attorney at the Civil Liberties Defense Center (CLDC), based out of Eugene, Oregon. In this amazing interview, we speak with Regan about how people are pushing back against the current trajectory of government repression, surveillance, and harassment against participants in grassroots social … Continued