Loading the player… A four part mini-series focusing on the various dimensions of intergenerational relationships amongst anarchists. Part One is a collection of anarchist origin stories from the late 60s through to the early 2000s. Listen to Ashanti Alston, Helen Hudson, Ann Hansen, Frank, Ian Bone and Cindy Milstein recount the pivotal and historical moments… Read more »
An interview with Mohawk warrior Clifton Nicholas, about the warrior society and their role in the “Oka Crisis”.
An interview with Conor and Beth, two members of Redneck Revolt, on how white supremacy operates in the United Snakes, and what organizing strategies white revolutionaries should be following in order to smash it.
In the wake of the 2016 Presidential elections, liberals are freaking out in spectacular ways, and falling over one another to assign blame for Trump’s surprise victory.
An interview with a member of the International Freedom Battalion, a group of foreign fighters made up mostly of anarchists, communists and socialists who have traveled to Syria to support the Rojava Revolution.
More than five years into the Syrian revolution, we interview Syrian-British journalist and co-author of Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War, Robin Yassin-Kassab.
In this report we look at anarchists sometimes uncritical approach towards the Rojavan Revolution, and consider Arab opposition to the Kurd’s plans to link their three liberated cantons.
A look at the Syrian Revolution and subsequent civil war, and western leftists’ almost pathological inability to support the revolutionaries who rose up to overthrow a dictator and were faced by an overwhelming campaign of brutal repression.
An exclusive interview with prison organizer Melvin Ray, filmed clandestinely inside Holman prison in Alabama.