Sep 21, 2021
"It doesn’t have to be The Walking Dead or Mad Max - there’s more to the future than these hellish, violent scenarios."
Dad and rapper Sole, aka Tim, joins the show to discuss the possibilities in the present and future, finding and building radicality wherever you are, the power of art and more!
Sep 7, 2021
20 years after 9/11, Joy Damiani, a veteran and artist, joins the show to reflect on 911, the Military Industrial Complex, simple radicalism, systemic narcissism and more.
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Aug 17, 2021
"We need to create spaces for gentleness. In the harshness that we live in, we don’t think about that gentleness enough, and the kindness that’s going to be required to build a new world."
This week, we sit down with Am Johal, connector of radicals, builder of worlds and local organizer in Vancouver to talk...
Aug 3, 2021
"I consider myself to be a conductor on the underground railroad."
Sima is an organizer, educator and artist. She joins the show to talk about ideological pitfalls, cos-play radicalism, bringing (some of) the past forward and through her hip-hop, asking the tough questions like 'what is freedom?'
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Jun 22, 2021
"We need to let our comrades be as brave as they wanna be, as brave as they can, and sometimes braver than us, and hopefully they inspire us."
Mark k. Tilsen is an Oglala Lakota Poet Educator from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He joins the show to share poetry, the necessity of cynicism, what we're willing to give...