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Hello! If you are a Srsly Wrong listener, we recommend starting with Episode 1, since that's where we directly address Srsly Wrong. Episodes 1, 2, and 3 have Srsly-Wrong style skits. Episodes 4 and 5 are rather quote-heavy. In the future, we plan to experiment with limiting the number of quotes we include and doing more discussion, doing different types of discussion, different types of skits, and different editing decisions (e.g., music)! If you have any feedback, please email srslyleft@gma ...
 
Exploring the intersections between culture and activism, THIIIRD Waves spotlights guests whose expertise and lived experience provide insights on topical issues through the lens of representation, access and privilege. New episodes are released bi-monthly, and to hear the show spliced with an eclectic mix of music influenced by cultural diasporas, tune in to the culture channel on Soho Radio. The show is hosted by the women of THIIIRD magazine - producer Daniela Hornskov Sun, DJ Tryb, and f ...
 
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The Wrong Boys respond to questions from the audience about Library Socialism. Covering topics ranging from holidays, motivation, democratic production, degrowth, disability justice, heirlooms and personal items, this ep is jam packed with Library Socialist analysis! Ask us more questions here! https://forms.gle/wJGuKHisNZfjZXZ39 Support the show! …
 
Rundown In this episode, Mexie speaks with the SRSLY Wrong Boys (Shawn and Aaron) about their Papa & Boy series, which is now streaming on MeansTV. We talk about the show itself, and then dive into a whole host of topics that the show critiques. We get into patriarchal trauma and its relationship to maintaining […]…
 
I recently sat down with my dear friend and comrade, Jimmy Dunson, who put together an anthology on mutual aid, disaster relief, and building dual-power called Building Power While the Lights Are Out. The anthology is gripping and brilliant and the two of us have a wide-ranging conversation on a number of the essays contained within the anthology. …
 
Today, we’re sharing an interview with the all-around-badass Margaret Killjoy. Margaret is a writer of fiction, a musician in multiple bands, and she is also the host of two great podcasts: Live Like the World is Dying and Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff. And that’s an inexhaustive list. Margaret joined me to talk about her new book, We Won’t Be Her…
 
The Wrong Boys compare and contrast the big words floating around the ideas of age discrimination, anti-youth sentiment, anti-elder sentiment, and try to unpack the way they might be useful or complimentary. Also, the “child listening inc.” guys become incredibly rich by listening to children. Tune in now. Support our show on patreon?! Thank you!! …
 
In this special bonus edition of Coffee with Comrades, I sit down with Tallahassee, FL-based artist and community-organizer, Eric Champagne, to talk about the life and plight of Dan Baker. Dan Baker is a YPG veteran, yoga instructor, and anarchist who was arrested for posts he made on social media in the wake of the January 6th insurrection. Stay t…
 
Boy Fatherson is dead. Grab your popcorn and call your father, the Papa and Boy Fatherson Saga continues with an explosive edge-of-your seat thrill ride from the twisted minds who brought you Papa and Boy IV. The battle at Father’s Pass has pushed both Papas and Boys into a strategic retreat. Fatherson International has a new acting CEO because Pap…
 
This week, I am sharing a dialogue I recently had with my new friend Nash Flynn. Nash is a comedian, historian, and host of the podcast Death and Friends. In our dialogue, we talk about death. A lot. Like, a whole helluva lot. So keep that in mind as you wade into this discussion. We chat about the death of non-human animals, climate change, the in…
 
Shawn is joined by Pearson from Coffee With Comrades to have a discussion inspired by two books: Escape from Childhood by John C Holt, and Raising Free People by Akilah S. Richards. In this freewheeling conversation, we talk about studenthood, the abolition of family, and the process of teaching yourself how to treat children with respect. The Book…
 
Shawn of Srsly Wrong joins me for a discussion inspired by two books: Escape from Childhood by John C. Holt, and Raising Free People by Akilah S. Richards. In our expansive dialogue, we talk about climate anxiety, raising kids, studenthood, the abolition of family, and the process of teaching yourself how to treat children with respect. Support Srs…
 
The Wrong Boys reflect on their childhoods, think about the ways that society lets children down, and imagine a directly democratic agetopia, where differences in age are part of a complimentary whole. Support the show! http://patreon.com/srslywrong Opening Theme Song by Trái Bơ: https://traibo.bandcamp.com/ Closing Theme Song by Dope Creature: htt…
 
Rundown In this episode, Mexie talks with Marxist, vegan academic and activist, Dr. Troy Vettese, about his new co-authored book (with Drew Pendergrass), Half-Earth Socialism: A Plan To Save the Future from Extinction, Climate Change, and Pandemics. We start by discussing the importance of utopian socialism and reinvigorating our radical creativity…
 
In this week's special, collaborative episode of Coffee with Comrades, Parker from Overcritical joins me to discuss the "most watched" television phenomenon of all time: Squid Game (2021). Follow Overcritical on Twitter and Instagram. While you're at it, follow Parker, too! Support Coffee with Comrades on Patreon, follow us on Twitterand Instagram …
 
In this edition of Coffee with Comrades, we talk with Dr. Mixæl Laufer about Four Thieves Vinegar Collective's most recent DIY, autonomous medicine shenanigans. Mixæl walks us through abortion pills that've been transposed to business cards. We talk about 4TVC's revamp of the Microlab Suite, which now features an intuitive system for researching me…
 
Today, we’re sharing an interview with Tallahassee-based poet, essayist, and social ecology community organizer, Adrien. You might know Adrien better by their pen-name, Cybele. Recently, Adrien put out a new essay called (Re)Growing Communal Life: Preparing the Soil for Revolution. I’d recommend checking it out, if you got a sec. The essay is prett…
 
Today, I'm joined by labor organizer Tom Wetzel, author of the new book Overcoming Capitalism: Strategy for the Working Class in the Twenty-First Century. Pick up a copy of Tom's book, Overcoming Capitalism. Support Coffee with Comrades on Patreon, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and visit our website. Pick up a Coffee with Comrades shirt or co…
 
It’s red in tooth and claw, a war of all against all, as each individual gene struggles to survive at the expense of others in a zero-sum competition for reproduction across generations, which coincidentally serves to naturalize the rule of the rich and powerful, and justify cruelty and indifference towards the weak, this week, on SRSLY WRONG. Supp…
 
Hosts Daniela and Rhona explore the experiences of POC students and staff in higher education and what we wish we’d have learnt during Uni. Speaking with guest Kareem Samara in the studio about GARA, Goldsmith Anti Racist Action, finding out what the 4.5 month occupation of Deptford townhall was all about and what is happening since. Kareem Samara …
 
How does access and privilege play into a person’s ability to gain this important life skill, and is the swimwear industry catering adequately to different types of bodies? This is a special episode as we feature our friends from the fantastic podcast - On the Outside who have diverse views on outdoors news, produced by the lovely ​​Francesca Turau…
 
Language can be a tool, a creative expression, even a therapeutic method. Plunging into the fluidity of language in this episode, we will hear poetry by Thành Trần, and also give practical advice in speaking with second language speakers. Thành is a London based Vietnamese artist who engages in visual communication through animation, photography an…
 
In this edition of Coffee with Comrades, we sit down with Kristian Williams, author of the new book Gang Politics: Revolution, Repression, and Crime. Kristian and I explore the long history of counterinsurgency, the emergence of gang-style political formations in the imperial core, the efficacy of community armed self-defense, and so much more. Pic…
 
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