Filed under: Climate Change, Disaster, Featured, IGDcast, Interviews, Radio/Podcast, Southeast
What happens with the lights go out and the police guard stores filled with food? Will our networks be ready to sustain ourselves? Will we be able to help our neighbors or keep to ourselves? Can networks of mutual aid and autonomy form out of disasters, or will they only further entrench inequality and domination?
The deadline for the 2022 Earthbound Farmer’s Almanac has been pushed back!
We wanted to give folks who are just hearing about the call for submissions or just need a little more time the opportunity to submit!
— Lobelia Commons (@lobeliacommons) November 2, 2021
On this episode of It’s Going Down, we again speak with two participants in the ongoing autonomous anti-capitalist food resiliency project, Lobelia Commons, based out of New Orleans. We discuss how the project has grown since the last time we spoke, the response to their publication, The Earthbound Farmer’s Almanac, compare experiences in Puerto Rico and New Orleans, and discuss autonomous disaster relief responses to Hurricane Ida and beyond.
photo: Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash