Filed under: Anarchist Movement, Community Organizing, Interviews, Radio/Podcast
This episode of Black Autonomy discusses building a poor people’s survival movement to mobilize the multi-racial masses of working class and poor people around immediate needs while building towards revolution.
JoNina Abron-Ervin is a former editor of The Black Panther newspaper, author of Driven by the Movement: Activists of the Black Power Era, and a co-founder of the Black Autonomy Federation.
Lorenzo Komboa Ervin is the author of Anarchism and the Black Revolution, a co-founder of the Black Autonomy Federation, and a former member of the Black Panther Party.
This podcast is produced by a collaboration between writer William C. Anderson (@williamcson) and members of Black Rose/Rosa Negra Anarchist Federation (@BRRN_Fed).
Artwork by Third Aye (@Thirdayetheory). Introduction music is an instrumental version of “Song 33” by Noname. Interlude music is “I Used to Love Hip-Hop” by Audiobinger.