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Final Straw: ‘Radical Rush’ at UNCA and Malik Washington

Listen and Download Here In this two parter episode, firstly we chatted with Beck, a University of North Carolina Asheville student and fellow organizer this year’s Radical Rush Week, which builds off of the model of...

Final Straw: Coalition for Immokalee Workers and Jalil Muntaquim

Listen and Download Here Today we are airing an interview conducted with Lupe Gonzalo of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in Immokalee, Florida. This is a worker-based human rights organization which seeks to promote awareness of social...

Where Non-Profits Fear to Go: Report From Florida

The following is a report back for a relief trip to the Florida Keys made possible by the work of numerous folks involved with Mutual Aid Disaster Relief (MADR). The immense amount of support...

Mexico: Political Statement from the Autonomous Brigades After the Earthquakes

To the people of Mexico To the Indigenous Governing Council To the National Indigenous Congress To the Zapatista Army of National Liberation To the National and International Sixth We are individual and collective adherents to the Sixth Declaration of...

Troll Me A River: Alt-Lite Event Backed by Billionaires Implodes

In the wake of the death of antifascist protester Heather Heyer and the savage beating of students and youth as young as 17 in Charlottesville, VA, the Alt-Right has imploded, while encouraging its base...

Containing the Crisis: A History of Mass Incarceration and Rebellion in the Rustbelt

Written by the Rustbelt Abolition Research Collective (a project of MAPS: Michigan Abolition and Prisoner Solidarity). When you’ve finished reading this text, please consider printing more copies and hosting a reading group in your...

From Pitt to Georgia Tech: Cops Off Campus!

On Wednesday morning, we dropped two banners at the University of Pittsburgh. They read, “From Pitt to Georgia Tech: Disarm the Police, Arm Your Desire” and “Solidarity with St. Louis and Atlanta: Fuck the...

350 Miles Against State Repression

On September 27, a collective of DC-based riders will kick off a 350-mile bike ride as a fundraiser for groups on the front line of state repression. Will you give them a good send off by...

“#NoCopAcademy” Campaign Opposes $95 Million for New Police Grounds

Over the 4th of July weekend, Rahm announced plans to build a multi-million dollar police and fire training academy in a predominantly Black community on Chicago’s west side. The construction alone will cost $95...

Mexico: Solidarity and Self-Organization in Earthquake Aftermath

On Tuesday, September 19, a powerful earthquake struck central Mexico. With a magnitude of 7.1 on the Richter scale and the epicenter just south of the city of Puebla, it has caused numerous deaths...