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On this episode of Distroism Now!, hosts from the FTP Distro discuss their project, give us their thoughts on what distroism is, interview some mutual aid groups that they work with, read from some texts, and also discuss the past two years of pandemic and revolt.
Another great meal share with our friends & neighbors ❤️🤗 FNB redistributes meals, produce, and toiletries in McPherson Square every Saturday at 3pm 🥦🥕Come say hi!#FoodNotBombs #MutualAid pic.twitter.com/AKDVEwdhhw
— Food Not Bombs DC (@dc_fnb) February 16, 2022
During the show, they catch up with several participants in DC Food Not Bombs, who talk about the group’s anarchist politics and how it is pushing back against attempts by the city to remove the poor and houseless from public space. They also talk about making mutual aid programs conflictual and point out how FNB groups currently are fighting attempts by city governments across the US to stop people from sharing food in public spaces. Next up is an interview with Remora House, another long-running anarchist mutual aid project in DC.
We are kicking off our winter fundraiser! We got a $10,000 goal for tents, sleeping bags, gloves, hand warmers & more!
Donate if able or send supplies from our WL!
— Remora House DC (@RemoraHouse_DC) October 24, 2021
Enjoy the show and the interviews and be sure to check out FTP Distro.