Filed under: Anarchist Movement, Civilization, Interviews, Radio/Podcast
Anti-civilization publication Oak Journal offers up their first audiozine.
Oak is happy to announce our first audiozine episode. Visit Oakjournal.org for link or visit soundcloud.com/oakjournal directly to listen. And please subscribe to the RSS feed so you can get all the episodes. More episodes and print to come early 2020.
In this episode we hear from Yellow Finch tree sitter Rhubarb. We also hear from Popular Front founder and conflict reporter Jake Hanrahan. The episode explores contemporary resistance from both the macro and micro level. Topics include: resistance to Mountain Valley Pipeline, extraction resistance movements in general, autonomous zones, tree sitting, Hong Kong, Rojava, American Leftism, and much much more.
Readings in this episode include:
O Lost…? by John Zerzan
Barbarian Tongue by Trace Fleeman y Garcia
The New World by SMH
Huge thanks to Appalachians Against Pipelines, who hosted us on the ground in early Fall. Another big thanks to Jake Hanrahan at Popular Front. Please check out Popular Front at popularfront.co. The new Hong Kong documentary is a must. Popular Front also happens to be one of the best places to stay up on all the street struggles happening all over the world right now
Appalachians Against Pipelines is on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Currently there is a stop work order but work continues under an erosion control moniker. Show support as Yellow Finch autonomous zone goes into the Winter season.
We are still accepting art/music submissions for print/audio through the end of the year. If you have any writing to submit please reach out asap.
Thanks to all those who’ve showed support. Merch and subscriptions are available at oakjournal.org
Until next time…