Danthropology

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This week, Dan and Kyle welcome guest Alex Vitale, author of The End of Policing, to discuss how we can come together to bring an end to policing as we know it. Through replacement program, rather than reforms, Alex argues we can eliminate the
On the first episode of the Poplitical Podcast, a production of The Danthropology Podcast, Kyle talks to filmmaker Marissa Gallardo about representation in film.
This week, Dan and Kyle are joined by author and activist Scott Crow. They discuss armed community resistance, a topic in Crow’s new book, as well as successful activism tips, FBI informants, and Crow’s views on the atheist community. This i
The first show of 2018 tackles one big topic, anarchism. In this episode, Dan is questioned by Kyle about how different aspects of an anarchist society might work. From policing, scientific research, to entertainment, Dan and Kyle what a better
This is a special live episode of the Danthropology podcast to make up for missing November’s episode.
Dan is joined this month by podcaster and activist Marissa McCool. The two discuss trans right, sexism, and other issues within the new atheist movement. Much of this is sparked by the Mythicist Milwaukee conference in which YouTube racists and
On this month’s show, Dan talks to Mark Bray, author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook about the current antifa movement in the US and the historical perspective from around the UK and Europe. In the second part of the show, Dan is joined
On this week’s show Dan and Kyle discuss the tragic events that took place in Charlottesville, Virgina, the president’s response and what white liberals can do to help. We also discuss the rallies that took place in support of the events as wel
After a month long break the Danthropology Podcast is back! This week Dan talks once again to his friend Kyle as they discuss some recent news topics from Patreon banning left and right groups, YouTube censorship, as well as what’s happening in
This week, Dan talks to his friend Kyle (@mwunicorn) about a recent Bystander Intervention class he attended. The desire to attend the class was really sparked by the brutal murder of two interventionists in Portland recently. The two also disc
This week we welcome back Sean Taylor, the longlast podcast of the show! Dan and Sean catch up on all the latest news happening around politics and the dumpster fire that is new atheism. We talk about a recent gender study hoax that backfired,
It’s Going Down is a leading media organization on the left helping bring news and analysis to the ever growing radical movements and actions from anarchists around the world. On this episode, Dan Arel speaks to one of the people behind the sit
This week, Dan talks to former white nationalist Casper Rigsby about his time with the Aryan Nation, his journey into the group as well as his journey out. What does he think about the current state of affairs between Antifa and the Alt-Right,
Professor George Ciccariello-Maher joins me this week to discuss his latest book Decolonizing Dialectics, as well as discuss revolutionary and radical politics and as always, the ethics and necessity of violence, punching Nazis, and making raci
Violence! Free Speech! This week Dan talks to Ryan Bell of Life After God and A Year Without God to discuss the use of violence in political and public discourse, the rift in the atheist community over this topic, as well as free speech on coll
This week’s show is all about free speech! Dan and Sean talk to Tom Essel, a former writer for the Danthropology blog about Ann Coulters now canceled speech at UC Berkeley, Milo, Spencer, and the rest of the racist bunch. We discuss Antifa/Blac
We’re back! After a week off with Dan out sick, Dan and Sean return with a new episode on secular parenting! Sean interviews his two kids and talks about religion and belief. Dan also catches us up on why everyone on Twitter hates him! Dan’s st
Did Jesus exist? Not likely, according to author and this week’s guest David Fitzgerald. David is the author of a new three volume set, Jesus: Mything in Action. A follow up to his hit book Nailed, which explored the same topic. We discuss why
Community building is one of the most important parts of any movement and this could not be more true of the atheist movement. Many leave religion having no community outside the church and people like our guest, Jen Ramirez of Riverside Atheis
This week we discuss the resistance and violence, specifically the fights that broke out in Berkeley during the counter protest at the March 4 Trump. Sean sits down to discuss the protests with one of the protesters, Chris Sutherland. https
On this week’s episode, Dan and Sean chat with author Karen Garst about her latest book, Women Beyond Belief: Discovering Life without Religion. They chat about the community women leave behind when they exit the church, the community they can
This week Callie Wright, host of The Gaytheist Manifesto stops by to chat with Dan and Sean about transgender activism and the intersect of atheism and religion. We discuss the atheist “community” and the future of activism as well as continuin
Dan and Sean don’t have a guest! So instead, the two discuss current events, Sam Harris, Richard Spencer (ugh, again), and the evolution of language and gender pronouns. Dan’s Books: The Secular Activist: http://amzn.to/2hT692a Parent
On this week’s episode of the Danthropology Podcast, Dan and Sean talk to rap artist and political activist Sole. We discuss free speech, activism, punching Nazis and more! Check out Sole at www.soleone.org Articles mentioned in the podca
On this week’s episode of the Danthropology Podcast, Dan and Sean talk to the ThinkProgress LGBTQ editor, Zack Ford. Zack joins us this week to discuss the resistance against Trump and to look at the unique threats his administration poses agai
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