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.
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It’s Going Down is a digital community center for anarchist, anti-fascist, autonomous anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements. Our mission is to provide a resilient platform to publicize and promote revolutionary theory and action.
The show features interviews with participants in social movements, struggles, rebellions, projects, thinkers, and organizers.
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
IGD hosts discuss Trumpism, mass roundups and detention, the surveillance State, the failure of liberal democracy to offer checks and balances, and the increasing drift of US society into open authoritarianism – along with the need for people to choose sides and get involved in resistance movements.
This episode features an interview with Danny Goldberg, a long-time author, activist, and former manager of the band Nirvana, who revolutionized music and brought the underground to the masses with the release of their second album, Nevermind. Now 25 years after the passing of Nirvana’s front-man, Kurt Cobain, Goldberg looks back on his time with … Continued
In this episode, we caught up with Zaikr Khan, chair of the Oregon chapter of Center for American Islamic Relations (CAIR) Oregon, to talk about the rise of racist attacks, Islamophobia and far-Right groups on the streets of the Pacific Northwest and their connections to local police.
We speak with antifascist researcher and journalist Shane Burley about the current situation in Oregon and the crossover between the GOP and far-Right militias, the future of Trumpism and the Alt-Right, and more.
We speak with someone from No More Deaths about State repression against their humanitarian work and Dr. Scott Warren in the face of mass deaths at the border and also discuss the threat of mass deportations and looming war with Iran.
We speak with anarchist organizer and hip-hop artist Sima Lee about the growing #DontMuteDC movement and the community organizing work of the Maroon House as well as the Knoxville Abortion Doula Collective about their work and analysis of the current wave of attacks on reproductive health and autonomy.