By Tom Motko
Maybe it was Jerry Garcia doing “Shady Grove” with David Grisman on the iPod that lifted me into the cloud of nostalgic whimsy; maybe it was just a flashback. No matter. I found myself thinking about how music has threaded its many colors through the fabric of my life. Continue reading “People’s Music and Me (And All the Rest of Us)”
By William J. Jackson
By now you’ve probably heard that the uppity negro class is not amused with the insidious exploitation of color’d folk in poverty in this strategically edited video for capital gain.
Yes… That is my charge. That there was no mistake made and it was all intentional. Continue reading “The Black Buck’s HollaBack at Shoshana Roberts in a fight against Rob’ing us in their ignorant Bliss”
By Phoenix Calida
Regarding voting- over the last few days I’ve been told I’m everything from “fucking stupid” to ignorant, to uniformed because I vote.
I’m none of those things, and people need to stop assuming what I know. Continue reading “Voting Isn’t a Magic Bullet: But Let’s Be Real, We Are In A War”
Chris Dixon ends his recent book Another Politics: Talking Across Today’s Transformative Movements with a series of questions that are meant to confront and guide the direction of future organizing projects. Some of these questions have to do with electoral politics: How should people dedicated to anti-authoritarian politics relate to this sphere? Continue reading “Should Anarchists Vote?”