Here's the re-released Part 4 of the 4-part series I helped to produce at CKUT back in 2004 on anarchism. This final episode is a really inspiring glimpse into where the anarchist movement was at in the early 2000s. So many discussions at the time around squatting, anti-poverty activism, international solidarity, deschooling and ecology. Some featured voices: Ashanti Alston, Matt Hern, Andrea Schmidt, PJ Lilley, Amy Miller, Mandy Hiscocks & more. Enjoy!

Thank you to Passage Magazine for inviting me to share some anarchist analysis around voting and this upcoming election.

The takeaway here, and the positions I've supported for years, is that the question of whether or not individuals should vote is mostly irrelevant. Ultimately, the left should divest itself from electoral politics, and invest in direct action for change that is participatory, anti-capitalist, anti-colonial and anti-authoritarian. Bref, anarchist!

Over the last month, I've been slowly re-releasing different parts of a 4-part radio documentary on anarchism we produced for CKUT back in 2004 called "Freedom on the Air". It brings back nice memories of spending late nights in the recording studio with friends, and doing weird experiments in audio editing.
This episode, "Theory & Practice" has interviews with the Federation Anarchiste from France, AK Press, Jamie Heckert on anarchy and sex, and Not4Prophet.

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**Israel kills 15-year-old in night attack on refugee camp**

"Imad Hashash is the 12th child killed by Israel in the West Bank in 2021."

#palestine #news #bot

Today I re-released part 2 of a 4-part radio doc series on anarchism, originally produced for
CKUT back in 2004. This overview of anarchist history includes the late Howard Zinn, Martha Acklesberg & organizers of Seattle 99 anti-WTO protests. Among many crucial moments in anarchist history, you'll hear about the Haymarket martyrs, the First International, the Spanish Civil War, Paris 1968 & Seattle '99. Part 3 (theory+practice) drops next week!Enjoy!

This summer, I'm gonna be re-releasing a 4-part radio documentary series on anarchism via The Rebel Beat podcast feed, "Freedom on the Air". Originally produced for CKUT 90.3FM in Montreal back in 2004, this in-depth audio documentary on anarchist history, theory and practice has been unavailable for years... until now! Hope you enjoy Part 1: Anarchy 101. Part 2 coming next week.

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Happy everyone!! To celebrate this glorious day of liberation and struggle, we’re releasing part 1 of 2 of a People’s history of Godspeed You Black Emperor. Enjoy!


Happy May Day! To celebrate, I've dropped a new episode of The Rebel Beat! This is part 1 of a 2-part series, a people's history of Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

In part 1 of this series, we host a conversation with radical graphic designer Kevin Lo and Sharmeen Khan.

We explore how the band's music has intersected with some of the biggest moments of social upheaval of our time, from the war in Iraq, to the Quebec student strike, to the current pandemic.

Willie Dunn put his music career at the service of supporting Indigenous land defence movements. I had the pleasure recently of speaking with Lawrence Dunn on The Rebel Beat about his late father's musical legacy & support of Indigenous struggles from James Bay to Kanaehsatake land defense of 1990.
Have a listen here!

I'm very excited to have an essay in the new anthology "There is Nothing So Whole as a Broken Heart: Mending the World as Jewish Anarchists", out now on AK Press! Join us for an online launch event on April 29th at 7pm ET. Register here:

Anyone here know some good Palestine solidarity accounts to follow, or Mastodon instances w/ more Palsol folks? I work for a Palestine solidarity org, Independent Jewish Voices, and we're doing a campaign against Facebook censorship of the BDS movement, and I want to get people using Mastodon more.

What are the best articles you've seen on antisemitism & COVID conspiracy theories from an anti-fascist perspective?

Just watched this film last night. So fucking good!!! Anyone else seen it? I highly recommend if you like films about badass women who swear profusely at their bosses and don't give a fuck about authority. Without giving the plot away, it's about a group of women sweatshop workers in Bangladesh who organize a union.

Can you see me tootin'? Still trying to figure this shit out.

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