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We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
21st Century Freak is a podcast that seeks to challenge our basic assumptions and approach to life in the 21st Century. Host Edward Veem, Founder of Smile Room Records, brings his unique perspectives and ideas to the fore with a diverse roster of guests for a wide range of discussions, including community, culture, business and capitalism. The show demonstrates just how similar we all are. We are all 21st Century Freaks and together we can change the world.
 
A mysterious crime is being plotted in a tiny garret above a dilapidated apartment building in St Petersburg in Russia. The plotter, Rodion Raskolinikov, is a poor student who has delusions of ridding the world of “worthless vermin” and counter balancing these crimes with good deeds. He commits a murder to test his own theories and prove that crime comes naturally to the human species. Crime and Punishment is a path-breaking novel of ideas that changed the course of novel writing in the 20th ...
 
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Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by philosopher Roderick Long from 2007. Professor Long explores praxeology, the study of human action, and how it relates to economics and the Austrian School. Purchase books by Roderick Long on Amazon here. Listen To This Episode (1h1m, mp3, 64kbps)
 
Nic is joined today by comrade Pearson Bolt from Coffee with Comrades to answer a listener question: "Do you have any tips for being shy and/or introverted and having a public platform (live streaming, podcasting, etc.)?" Follow/Support Pearson: Twitter | Patreon | Website Channel Zero Anarchist Podcast Network - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -…
 
This is a special message and brief addendum to our conversation published earlier this week with Dr. Mamyrah Prosper. We had a great conversation with Mamyrah in which she gave a ton of history of US and European imperialism against Haiti. She also envisioned bolder and more direct forms of solidarity than our modern solidarity movements in the US…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Mamyrah Prosper. Mamyrah Prosper is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Davidson College and the International Coordinator with Community Movement Builders’ Pan African Solidarity Network. Mamyrah discusses the current struggle in Haiti in connection with the long history of US and European imperia…
 
My friend, Hilary, and I talk about friendships as adults, and how awful friendship breakups are. We also talk a bit about the tattoo industry near the end of the episode and go more in-depth into it during the after-party so if you liked that part of the conversation, you can hear it continue over on YouTube! Follow Hilary on Instagram: Bliss Tatt…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by historian Jim Powell from 2011. For thousands of years, slavery went unchallenged in principle. Then in a single century, slavery was abolished and more than seven million slaves were freed throughout the Western hemisphere. The scope and speed of this transformation make it one…
 
In this episode we speak to Kamau Franklin. Kamau is the founder of Community Movement Builders a grassroots organization dedicated to creating sustainable Black communities through organizing and cooperative development. Kamau has been a dedicated community organizer for over twenty-five years, first in New York City and now based in the south. He…
 
Today I am flying solo for my first Pynk Spots advice episode! I answer a question from Anonymous (she/her): My depression and anxiety have been exacerbated by quarantine. I’ve heard disassociating and disassociation in mental health communities but haven’t researched it much. In a conversation with a friend, I mentioned that I have been having a h…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Michael Sawyer. Sawyer is an assistant professor of Race, Ethnicity, and Migration Studies in the Department of English at Colorado College. We spoke to him about his book, Black Minded: The Political Philosophy of Malcolm X which is part of the Black Critique Series on Pluto Press. Sawyer is also the author of An A…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by philosopher Roderick Long from 2006. A legal system is an institution to provide dispute resolution through judicial, legislative and executive functions. The state is that which maintains in large part a monopoly over force, geography and the legal system. What’s wrong with a f…
 
In this episode we interview Devin Zane Shaw. Shaw is the author of three books, including Philosophy of Antifascism, and Egalitarian Moments: From Descartes to Rancière, and a recent pamphlet on solidarity movements and Indigenous struggles, The Politics of the Blockade. He is co-editor, with LaRose Parris and Storm Heter, of the Living Existentia…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an interview of professor emeritus Terry L. Anderson from 2014 by Russ Roberts, host of EconTalk. They talk about free-market environmentalism, the dynamics of the Yellowstone ecosystem, and how property rights can protect natural resources. Purchase books by Terry Anderson on Amazon here. L…
 
An episode five years in the making, today I'm joined by THE Christopher Sebastian McJetters to talk about being squishy humans in activist spaces that can often feel unsafe and aggressive. We get petty about being "canceled" and try to work our way through how we can talk about the issues without thwarting the efforts of the people who created too…
 
Episode Notes Cici can be found on twitter @postleftprole. The IAF-FAI can be found on twitter @IAF__FAI and through their website iaf-fai.org. The Javelina Network can be found on twitter @JavelinaNetwork. The host Margaret Killjoy can be found on twitter @magpiekilljoy or instagram at @margaretkilljoy. You can support her and this show on Patreon…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an audio essay written by musician Alan Southgate in 2015, as published in Unschooling Dads: Twenty-two Testimonials on Their Unconventional Approach to Education, edited by Skyler J. Collins. Purchase books about unschooling on Amazon here. Listen To This Episode (6m, mp3, 64kbps)
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Bedour Alagraa. Alagraa is an Assistant Professor of Black Political and Social Theory in the department of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Currently she’s working on a manuscript entitled The Interminable Catastrophe: Fatal Liberalisms, Plantation Logics, and Black Politic…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Edward sits down with Susanne Allenberg, head of Intrum Global Business Services. Intrum is Europes leading Credit Management Services company and every year they support over 80,000 companies, and every day they are in contact with 250 000 people in debt. At the helm, sits Susanne - but where does she stand? On the …
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by economics and law professor Peter Leeson from 2016. Leeson uses rational choice theory to explore the benefits of self-governance. Relying on experience from the past and present, Professor Leeson provides evidence of anarchy ‘working’ where it is least expected to do so and exp…
 
NOTE: The audio is pretty shit on this one, I did the best I could with it but it's still pretty crap. If it's too much, it may be easier to watch the YouTube version because it might sound a little better, and also the visuals help. I'm joined today by my honorary daughter and STEM badass (double-majoring in chemical engineering and math, thankyou…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a lecture by evolutionary psychologist, research professor, and author Peter Gray from 2018 on the role of play in the development of human children, the growing lack of play over the past several decades, and how to bring more play into our children’s lives. Purchase books by Peter Gray on …
 
This is a special episode we’re going to release through Millennials Are Killing Capitalism. Just to be clear, this episode is not about politics or social movements and falls outside of what we usually do here. Hanif Abdurraqib and Jay talk about Daniel Dumile, better known as MF DOOM. Like lots of people, we were really sad to hear of DOOMs passi…
 
Episode Notes The guest, Philip, has compiled this list of further resources and encourages people to check out look into them because there are a lot of good lessons about how counterinsurgency has operated historically that can help us resist today. Know Your Rights trainings are available from the CLDC and ACLU [including the Live Like the World…
 
Dylan Rodríguez is a Professor in the Department of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Riverside. He is also a founding member of Critical Resistance. In this episode we talk to Rodríguez about his new book White Reconstruction: Domestic Warfare and the Logics of Genocide. Rodríguez explains the historical process of white …
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an interview of Chinese expatriate Li Zhao from 2019 by Matt Kibbe, host of Kibbe on Liberty. She talks about her experiences growing up under the communist regime of Chairman Mao Zedong. Between her grisly stories of starvation and totalitarianism, she explains why it’s so important to cont…
 
Episode Notes The guest, Dibs, runs a website called dibsfitness.com and can be found on Instagram at @dibs_pt. The host, Margaret Killjoy, can be found on twitter @magpiekilljoy, instagram @margaretkilljoy, and on Patreon at patreon.com/margaretkilljoy. Transcript: Margaret 00:14Hello, and welcome to Live Like the World is Dying, your podcast wher…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Edward sits down with the man who brought crowdfunding to Europe, Daniel Daboczy, Co-Founder and former CEO of FundedByMe. Daniel wanted to change the world of finance and create new options for people to both invest and receive funding. In short, to democratize entrepreneurship. We discuss Daniel's journey from art …
 
This episode is an informal recap of the hellish year that has been 2020. Joshua and Jared discuss various major events of the year, including moments of promise and frustration. We talk about how COVID has changed our world, talk about anti-Black state violence and the movement against it, revisit the NBA strike that almost was, and ask what we ha…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a talk by Canadian physician and addiction expert Gabor Mate from 2009. Drugs, alcohol, tobacco, gambling, compulsive work habits, sexual seeking or spending: what is amiss with our lives that we seek such destructive ways to comfort ourselves? And why is it so difficult to stop these habits…
 
Whew, what a year! Well, it's over now! Today, we'll take the time to breathe, relax, laugh, celebrate, and look back on this wild, exhausting year. Gratitude to my patrons, a 2020 favorites list, dad jokes, and answers to your burning holiday questions ahead! Resources mentioned in this episode Irresistible's episode with adrienne maree brown on N…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features an audio essay written by personal development coach Gregory Diehl from 2011, and which comprises Chapter 17 of Everything Voluntary: From Politics to Parenting, edited by Skyler J. Collins and published in 2012. Purchase books by Gregory Diehl on Amazon here. Listen To This Episode (8m, mp3…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). This episode features a talk by law and business professor John Hasnas from 2013. He talks about the failures of “market-failure” arguments so often used by bureaucrats to justify government regulation. He explained why he believes that the internal regulatory mechanisms of free markets prove to be far more power…
 
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