On this episode of the It’s Going Down, IGD contributor Scott Campbell speaks with Clay Colmon, who teaches in the Cultural Studies Department at Claremont Graduate University and is the Associate Director of Instructional Design at UPenn’s School of Arts and Sciences. The two discuss the potential and meaning of change, the growing capaciousness of … Continued

Today on It’s Going Down, IGD hosts discuss the first three months of the new Biden administration. We touch on: The continued militarization of the border, the Democrats push for a “smart” wall of surveillance, how Biden is working with other governments to further militarize their borders, ad the continuing horrific conditions within detention camps. … Continued

It’s Going Down presents the second installment of their discussion with autonomous organizers across Texas who talk about mutual aid responses in the wake of the so-called “deep freeze” brought on by recent storms. We talk about mutual aid projects, rent strikes and tenant organizing, and key lessons learned by organizers on the ground. photo: … Continued

On this episode, It’s Going Down speaks with two hosts and producers of Rebel Steps, an anarchist podcast show based out of New York. We discuss key lessons from 2020, and look back on the pandemic, mutual aid and tenant organizing, the George Floyd rebellion, building infrastructure, and much more. photo: Aleksandr Rogozin via Unsplash

It’s Going Down speaks with organizers with the Lobelia Commons in New Orleans, an autonomous gardening project is working to build community survival programs around food and farming infrastructure. They are also working to create an anti-capitalist version of The Farmers Almanac for distribution to the wider public. We discuss these projects and also overcoming … Continued