Revolutionary Anarchism and Autonomous Anti-Capitalism

It’s Going Down is a digital community center from anarchist, anti-fascist, autonomous anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements. Our mission is to provide a resilient platform to publicize and promote revolutionary theory and action.

Brett sits down with a member of the collective to discuss anarchism in the 21st century.

Topics Include: Anarchism, Hedges and Chomsky on Antifa, Left Unity, Gun Culture on the Left, Anti-Colonialism, being a race traitor, and the future of the revolutionary Left. 

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/revolutionary-anarchism-and-autonomous-anti-capitalism
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Our music this week comes from Voltaire Slapadelic with the song American Dream.
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White Supremacy in the Confederacy: Monuments of Anti-Blackness

Tanesha Hudson is an activist in Charlottesville, Virginia. She joins Brett to talk about Charlottesville, Confederate statues, her personal experiences with racism, the symbolism of Thomas Jefferson, being a parent of black children, and much more.

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/white-supremacy-in-the-confederacy-monuments-of-anti-blackness

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Outro music from Mic Crenshaw with his song Toyi Toyi Ft. Mama C.

 
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The Mexican Revolution and The Zapatistas

Alexander Avina is an assistant professor of history at ASU. His research focuses on twentieth-century Mexico, primarily the post-1940 period. His first book, titled Specters of Revolution: Peasant Guerrillas in the Cold War Mexican Countryside is a political history of rural guerrilla movements led by schoolteachers that emerged in the state of Guerrero during the 1960s and 70s. His next book project explores the links between counterinsurgency, state terror, and the development of a transnational narcotics economy in the southwestern Mexican highlands in the 1960s.

He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on modern Latin American and Mexican history, including more specialized history courses on global capitalism, drugs and narcotics, Latin American revolutions, and the Cold War in Latin America.

He sits down with Brett to discuss the Mexican Revolution, Zapatismo, the EZLN, and much more.

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/the-mexican-revolution-and-the-zapatistas

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Our Outro Music is “Brick by Brick” by Justified Aggression which you can find here: https://justifiedaggression.bandcamp.com/track/brick-by-brick

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Christian Socialism: The Fusion of Faith and Revolution (Feat: The Magnificast)

Matt Bernico is the assistant professor of Media Studies at Greenville College, where his teaching and research concerns cultural studies, media theory, and the history of science and technology.

Dean Dettloff is a Catholic PhD candidate at the Institute for Christian Studies, where his research deals with the intersections of media theory, religion, and politics.

Together, they host the Christian Socialist podcast “The Magnificast”. Brett sits down with Matt and Dean to discuss the philosophy of Christian Leftism.

Topics include: Key figures on the Christian Left, Marxist Materialism, political violence and pacifism, Nietzsche, New Atheism, and much more.

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/-christian-socialism-the-fusion-of-faith-and-revolution

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Our Outro Music is “Looking For The Sun” by ParticleHead which you can find here: https://soundcloud.com/dirklind
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Leftist Podcasts, New Atheism, and the October Revolution (w/ Dan Arel)

Dan Arel is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author of The Secular Activist; and Parenting Without God. He has also written for The Hill, The New Arab, CounterPunch, CommonDreams, AlterNet, Time Magazine, Salon, and many others.

He hosts the Danthropology Podcast, a weekly show that covers politics, religion, and current events.

Dan can be found around the country speaking on issues such as social justice, political activism, and secular issues.

Topics Include: Atheism, Differences between the far left and far right, doxing, The October Revolution, different leftist tendencies, talking to regular working class people, leftist podcasters, hip hop, and more!

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/leftist-podcasts-new-atheism-and-the-october-revolution-w-dan-arel

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Find Dan at: http://www.danarel.com/danthropology-podcast/

Twitter: @DanArel

Our Outro Music is “Banks Are Made of Marble” by Sole which you can find here: http://www.soleone.org

Check out Sole’s podcast “Solecast”, which we discuss in this episode, as well as Channel Zero, a dope collection of anarchist podcasts which you can find here: https://channelzeronetwork.com

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Omaha To Denver: RevLeft Radio in Dialogue w/ Solecast

Brett travels to Denver to meet Sole from the Solecast IRL and have a discussion in Sole’s home together.

Topics include: their Podcasts and why they started, being a leftist parent, hip hop, the responsibilities of white rappers, the differences between organizing in Omaha vs. Denver, gentrification, what different tendencies can learn from one another, and much more.

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/omaha-to-denver-revleft-radio-in-dialogue-w-solecast

Check out Sole’s podcast and music here: http://www.soleone.org/

And here: https://sole.bandcamp.com/music

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Theme song by The String-Bo String Duo which you can find here: https://tsbsd.bandcamp.com/album/smash-the-state-distribute-bread

Anarchism: Philosophy and History (w/ Dr. Mark Bray)

Mark Bray is a historian of human rights, terrorism, and political radicalism in Modern Europe. He completed his PhD in Modern European and Women’s and Gender History at Rutgers University in 2016, and is currently finishing his manuscript “The Anarchist Inquisition: Terrorism and the Ethics of Modernity in Spain, 1893-1909.” “The Anarchist Inquisition” explores the emergence of groundbreaking human rights campaigns across Europe and the Americans in response to the Spanish state’s brutal repression of dissent in the wake of anarchist bombings and assassinations. At GRID, he will begin work on his next project which explores the cultures of violence and street resistance that emerge in the social movements of postwar Western Europe and their impact on conceptions of leftist masculinity in the context of the emergence of competing conceptions of feminism. Bray is the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook (Melville House, 2017) and Translating Anarchy: The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street (Zero Books, 2013) as well as the co-editor of the forthcoming Francisco Ferrer and the Modern School (PM Press, 2018).

Brett sits down with Dr. Mark Bray to discuss the political philosophy, history, and future of Anarchism.

Topics include: Bakunin and Marx, the first international, the Spanish Civil War, Stalinism, listener questions, the anarchist view of the State, Occupy Wall Street, Antifa, and much more!

HERE IS THE INTERVIEW: http://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/website/anarchism-philosophy-and-history-with-dr-mark-bray

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