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Danny Haiphong, co-author of American Exceptionalism and American Innocence: A People's History of Fake News--From the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror, joins Breht for a long, in-depth conversation about the stories that America tells itself about itself, and why those stories are false. We cover so many topics and ideas that its impossible to summarize them all here, so check it out yourself! Check out Danny's work at the Black Agenda Report here: https://www.blackagendareport.com/author/Danny%20Haiphong Follow Danny on Twitter @SpiritOfHo  Outro music: 'Craazy' by Rebel Diaz (feat. C-Rayz Walz) Check out and Support Rebel Diaz here: https://rebeldiaz.com/ ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, FORGE, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
This is the first installment of our new and ongoing collaboration with Unity and Struggle. This Rev Left mini-series will trace and engage with the development of Unity and Struggle's deep study of race through the lens of Marxist historical and dialectical materialism. In this first episode, Breht is joined by Eve and Chino to cover the foundational concepts and the methodology of Unity and Struggle's race study. Check out, and contribute to, Unity and Struggle's study here: http://www.unityandstruggle.org/2019/11/racestudypart1/ Check out more from Unity and Struggle here: http://www.unityandstruggle.org/ Follow them on twitter @unityandstrug   Outro Music: 'Make Change' by Bambu Check out and support Bambu's music here: https://bambubeatrock.bandcamp.com/ ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
In this episode, Breht explores issues surrounding the police, why you shouldn't talk to them, and what your rights are with regards to them. Check out the video version of this episode on our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS-0-oTeom0 Shout-out to all our friends who contributed to this piece:   Shawn and Aaron from Srsly Wrong   Mexie from the Vegan Vanguard   Frank and Bruno from The Left Page   Mel and Pearson from Coffee With Comrades   Jon and Ash from Horror Vanguard   Gord and John from Little Red Schoolhouse   and of course, our wonderful Producer Dave ----------- Intro Music: "Sound of da Police" by KRS-One   Outro Music: "Two Cups of Tea" by Star Fucking Hipsters ----------   Check out Rev Left Radio Here: www.revolutionaryleftradio.com
This is the second installment in our new and ongoing collaboration with Unity and Struggle. This Rev Left mini-series will trace and engage with the development of Unity and Struggle's deep study of race through the lens of Marxist historical and dialectical materialism. In this second edition, Breht is joined by Eve and Kei to cover primitive accumulation and its role in constructing race and racism.  Check out, and contribute to, Unity and Struggle's study here: http://www.unityandstruggle.org/2019/11/racestudypart1/ Check out more from Unity and Struggle here: http://www.unityandstruggle.org/ Follow them on twitter @unityandstrug Intro Clip from The Michael Brooks Show ft. Richard Wolff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLRWDft8VZc   Outro Music: 'Glory Box' by Portishead. ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
Mexie returns to Rev Left, this time to have a wide-ranging discussion on Psychedelics, their history, the science behind them, and their interactions with human consciousness! Mexie's podcast, Vegan Vanguard, HERE Find Mexie's YT channel HERE   Check out Michael Pollan's book HERE Outro music 'Forgotten Eyes' by Big Thief  ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: www.revolutionaryleftradio.com SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, FORGE, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
In this two-part episode, Breht interviews Talia and Seth from Omaha Tenants United and Brendan from Nebraska Left Coalition. In the first interview, we discuss tenant organizing during the Covid Crisis, the role landlords play in our society, and how to start your own tenant organization. And in the second interview, we discuss NLC's food program and mutual aid projects, where this crisis ranks in modern history, and much more.  Here is OTU's website: https://omahatenantsunited.org/ Here is NLC's website: https://www.neleftcoalition.com/ Donate to NLC's spring fundraiser here: https://chuffed.org/project/spring-fundraiser Intermission music: 'Merlin' by Hail Mary Malon Outro music: Ancient Ways' by Interpol Learn more about, and support, Rev Left Radio here: www.RevolutionaryLeftRadio.com  
On this emergency crossover episode of Red Menace and Rev Left Radio, Alyson and Breht discuss COVID-19, what the best models are predicting, what the response of the US State and capitalist class is, what the Left can do, what the future looks like, and much, much more.  Learn More and Support Red Menace here: https://www.patreon.com/TheRedMenace 
NLC Mutual Aid Fundraiser: https://chuffed.org/project/spring-fundraiser ------ Support Operation Birmingham's COVID-19 mutual aid (UK): Here's the website for the project: cooperationbirmingham.org.uk Here's the gofundme: gofundme.com/f/cooperation-birmingham-mutual-aid-kitchen ------ HERE ARE DOZENS OF OTHER ON-THE-GROUND ORGS ENGAGING IN COVID-19 MUTUAL AID WORK: Find them all here: https://itsgoingdown.org/c19-mutual-aid/
Mexie (@mexieYT) from Vegan Vanguard joins Breht to have a wide-ranging and deep discussion on Nature, Meditation, Psychedelics, Dialectics, and much, much more! Find Mexie's YT channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/Mexie Find the Vegan Vanguard podcast here: https://veganvanguardpodcast.com/ Outro music 'Crow' by Mount Eerie Find his music here: https://pwelverumandsun.bandcamp.com/album/a-crow-looked-at-me ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: www.revolutionaryleftradio.com SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, FORGE, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
Check out, learn about, and support our sister podcast Red Menace here: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/#/redmenace/ ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: www.revolutionaryleftradio.com SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, FORGE, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
David Swanson, Marxist organizer and host of Radical Reflections, joins Breht for a second time; this time to talk about the history and legacy of the famous guerrilla warfare organization: the Irish Republican Army, known colloquially as the IRA.  You can find and contact David on twitter @Swanny756 Find, listen to, and support Radical Reflections here: http://www.radicalreflections.co.uk Here is our episode on the Easter Uprising of 1916, as mentioned in the intro: https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/irish-insurrection-the-easter-rising-of-1916 Outro music: 'The Internationale' by Pol MacAdaim. ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, FORGE, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
In today's episode, Breht is joined by returning guest, Mors, who explains, and reflects on, over 300 years of history and struggle of the Dakota and Lakota people.  Follow and contact Mors on Twitter @mors_Lakota Check out Mor's blog here: https://hinskehanska.wordpress.com/ Check out Nick Estes' book "Our History Is the Future" mentioned in the show here: https://www.versobooks.com/authors/2351-nick-estes Outro music: 'Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee' by Buffie Sainte-Marie ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, FORGE, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
Maximillian Alvarez is an educator, essayist, and host of the Working People podcast. He joins Breht to explain and argue in favor of humanist Marxism, touching on countless core concepts within the Marxist and socialist traditions in the process. Follow Max on twitter @Maximillian_alv Listen to his podcast Working People here: http://workingpeople.libsyn.com/ And check out his writings and other work here: https://activeforgetting.com/ Here is the Mandatory OT episode we did together with Coffee w/ Comrades and Beep Beep Lettuce that was mentioned in the episode: https://soundcloud.com/mandatoryotpod/037-orgs-with-friends Outro Music: 'Tear The Facists Down' by Woody Guthrie  ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective: @Barbaradical Intro music by DJ Captain Planet. --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
In this third installment of our Red Hot Take series, Breht explores the history of US social democracy, the strategic logic of the DSA, the implications and obstacles of a Bernie presidency, and much more.  Learn more here: www.RevolutionaryLeftRadio.com Support Rev Left Radio here: www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio Outro Music: "A Report To The Shareholders: Kill Your Masters" by Run The Jewels ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective! You can find them on twitter or insta @Barbaradical Intro music by Captain Planet. Find and support his music here:  https://djcaptainplanet.bandcamp.com --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.    
Little Red School House focuses on issues within our current education system and the ways that we can empower students, educators, and anyone who cares about education. Shouldn’t people be put before profits? Shouldn’t our children be educated to grow and learn instead of being treated like the mere means to the financial ends of those in power? If you agree with this so-called “radical” and “revolutionary” perspective, you’ve come to the right place! Join educators Gord Milstone and John Battalion as they call out systemic problems and discuss how we can break down barriers in the educational system. Find LRSH on Twitter @LRedSchoolHouse Support LRSH Here: www.patreon.com/LittleRedSchoolHouse Outro music by Blueprint - "Perspective" Check out his music here: https://printmatic.bandcamp.com/ ------- LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective! You can find them on twitter or insta @Barbaradical Intro music by Captain Planet. Find and support his music here:  https://djcaptainplanet.bandcamp.com --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
Simone Norman is a comedian, actress, and organizer in the NYC DSA. She joins Breht to talk about the out-sized role that irony plays in our cultural and political discourse, and why sincerity and authenticity is the antidote!  Find Simone on twitter @WhySimoneWhy Check out her website here: https://www.simonenorman.com -------- Intro Clip: "The Problem with Irony" From the YouTuber Will Schoder  Check out his content here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2doZROwdte4 Outro Music: "Off The Wall" by Bambu Find and support his music here: https://bambubeatrock.bandcamp.com/track/off-the-wall  --------   LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: https://www.revolutionaryleftradio.com/ SUPPORT REV LEFT RADIO: www.patreon.com/revleftradio Our logo was made by BARB, a communist graphic design collective! You can find them on twitter or insta @Barbaradical Intro music by Captain Planet. Find and support his music here:  https://djcaptainplanet.bandcamp.com   --------------- This podcast is affiliated with: The Nebraska Left Coalition, Omaha Tenants United, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center.
This episode is a unique collaboration between Rev Left Radio and Proles of the Roundtable. Both of us are publishing this episode through our own separate hosting sites at the same time, so you can listen to the episode on either feed! Breht sits down at the Roundtable *in person* to discuss historical materialism, the Marxist theory of truth, science and the humanities, the concept of Nature, anthropology, dialectics, and much more! Check out and support Proles of the Roundtable here: https://www.patreon.com/prolespod Outro Music: "Comrades" by Bambu. Check out and support his music here: https://bambubeatrock.bandcamp.com ----- NEW LOGO from BARB, a communist graphic design collective! You can find them on twitter or insta @Barbaradical. Please reach out to them if you are in need of any graphic design work for your leftist projects!  Intro music by Captain Planet. You can find and support his wonderful music here:  https://djcaptainplanet.bandcamp.com Make a one time donation to our PayPal at: PayPal.me/RevLeft Please Rate and Review our show on iTunes or whatever podcast app you use. This dramatically helps increase our reach. Support the Show and get access to bonus content on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio This podcast is officially affiliated with The Nebraska Left Coalition, the Nebraska IWW, Socialist Rifle Association (SRA), Feed The People - Omaha, and the Marxist Center. Join the SRA here: https://www.socialistra.org/ Our official spin-off podcasts are Black Banner Magic and Hammer & Camera. Find them on twitter, Patreon, Libsyn, and anywhere else where quality podcasts are hosted!  
Derek is an organizer, communist thinker, and educational theorist who teaches classes in philosophy and history of education. He received his PhD in cultural foundations of education from Syracuse University. His research examines the educational logics at work in political, economic, and social systems, what educational theory can offer contemporary political movements, and how education can help us re-imagine and re-enact our ways of being-together. He has written and edited six books and published in a variety of journals. He is associate editor of Issues in Teacher Education and chair of the education department at The Hampton Institute. His most recent book is Education and the production of space: Political pedagogy, geography, and urban revolution. Follow Derek on twitter @derekrford Outro Song: "The Guillotine" by The Coup Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio Follow us on Twitter @RevLeftRadio Follow us on FB at "Revolutionary Left Radio" Intro Music by The String-Bo String Duo. You can listen and support their music here: https://tsbsd.bandcamp.com/track/red-black This podcast is officially affiliated with The Nebraska Left Coalition, the Nebraska IWW, and the Omaha GDC. Check out Nebraska IWW's new website here: https://www.nebraskaiww.org
TheLitCritGuy is a precariously employed, struggling academic and the internet’s foremost literary critic, bringing literary theory and criticism to the widest possible audience. He writes for a variety of online platforms about things as diverse as theory, philosophy, gothic and horror literature and film, the internet, politics and pop-culture. In his academic research he writes about gothic literature, theology, continental philosophy of religion and monsters and will be submitting his PhD in Sept 2017. He lives somewhere in the north of England, with his beautiful wife and their many books. Jon sits down with Brett to discuss Gothic Marxism. Topics Include: Gothic literature, Karl Marx, Neoliberalism as a mode and style of vacuous politics, Nihilism, Nostalgia, Postmodernism, Centrism, Films as Cultural Dreams, Zombies, Vampires, and much, much more! Here is Jon's website: https://thelitcritguy.com Find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheLitCritGuy Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheLitCritGuy Outro Song is "Song of the Dead" by Sea Wolf. You can listen to and support his wonderful music here (it is perfect winter music): https://seawolf.bandcamp.com Intro Song by our comrades The String-Bo String Duo. You can listen to and support them here: https://tsbsd.bandcamp.com/releases Support Rev Left Radio on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio/posts   This podcast is officially affiliated with The Nebraska Left Coalition and the Omaha GDC. 
Zoe Samudzi is a black feminist writer whose work has appeared in a number of spaces including The New Inquiry, Warscapes, Truthout, ROAR Magazine, Teen Vogue,BGD, Bitch Media, and Verso, among others. She is also a member of the 2017/18 Public Imagination cohort of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) Fellows Program, and she is a member of the Black Aesthetic, an Oakland-based group and film series exploring the multitudes and diversities of black imagination and creativity. She is presently a Sociology PhD student at the University of California, San Francisco in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences where academic interests include biomedicalization theory, productions of race and gender, and transgender health. She is a recipient of the 2016-17 Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship. Her dissertation "'I don’t believe I should be treated like a second citizen by anybody': Narratives of agency and exclusion amongst male and transgender female sex workers in Cape Town, South Africa" engages hegemonic gender constructs in South Africa as they affect identity construction and health of transgender women and cisgender men in sex work. Zoe sits down with Brett to discuss black feminism and queer theory. Topics Include: black feminism, marxism and anarchism, schools as institutions of white supremacy, rape culture, queer (and quare) theory, cis-normativity in medical science,  dominant constructions of womanhood, the Jezebel Myth, and much more! Here is Zoe's website: http://www.zoesamudzi.com/ Follow Zoe on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ztsamudzi  Recommendations by Zoe for further research:   “Ok wanted to shoutout Black trans women doing dope work (in no order): - Raquel Willis (an amazing writer and a national organizer with the Transgender Law Center) - Lourdes Ashley Hunter (Executive Director of the Trans Women of Color Collective) - Reina Gossett (writer, director, and producer of Happy Birthday, Marsha) - CeCe McDonald (a fundraiser for her: https://www.youcaring.com/cecemcdonald-1003185) - Miss Major Griffin-Gracy (an iconic community activist and organizer, former Executive Director of the TGI Justice Project) - Venus Selenite (a writer, performance artist, and cultural critic) - Kat Blaque (a YouTuber making content and commentary around trans rights & social justice in general) - Monica Roberts (a blogger/writer and trans rights activist) - Janetta Johnson (activist/organizer and current Executive Director of the TGI Justice Project) - L'lerrét Jazelle Ailith (a blogger/writer and Communications Manager for the BYP100) - Ahya Simone (classically trained harpist and activist) - Elle Hearns (founder and Executive Director of the Marsha P. Johnson Institute) - Janet Mock - Laverne Cox Also wanted to give a non-exhaustive list of black queer and trans/non-binary thinkers that are doing great writing and scholarly work related to identity that I've really appreciated (again in no order): - Barbara Smith - Che Gossett - C. Riley Snorton - Hari Ziyad - Tyler Ford - Kortney Ziegler - Derrais Carter - Lynée Denise - Kai M. Green - Joshua Allen - Jamal Lewis - TJ Tallie - Shay Akil McClean - Kopano Ratele - Darnell Moore - Myles E. Johnson - Zanele Muholi - E. Patrick Harris - Lyle Ashton Harris - Cheryl Dunye - Ashleigh Shackleford - Devyn Springer ——- Outro Music: 'Badu' by Blackerface, off the album "Mississippi Goddam". You can find their WONDERFUL music here: https://blackerface.bandcamp.com Follow them on FB here: https://www.facebook.com/faceoppressors/ Intro music by The String-Bo String Duo, you can find their music here: https://tsbsd.bandcamp.com/releases  Donate to our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio This podcast is officially affiliated with the Nebraska Left Coalition and the Omaha GDC.
Brendan Leahy is a local organizer and revolutionary thinker. He was featured on our Ideology Episode a few months back.    He sits down with Brett to discuss Marxism and Neo-Marxism.   Topics include: Key neo-Marxist figures, Eco-Socialism, misunderstandings of Marxism, Friedrich Engels, Dual Power, Jenny Marx, Marx’s gothic influences, Primitive Accumulation, Marxist Feminism, Post-Modernism, and much more! ---- Outro music Insurrection! by B Complex Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio  and follow us on Twitter @RevLeftRadio  Follow us on FB at "Revolutionary Left Radio" Theme song by The String-Bo String Duo which you can find here: https://tsbsd.bandcamp.com/album/smash-the-state-distribute-bread  
 Dr. Layla AbdelRahim is an anthropologist, author, Revolutionary, and anarcho-primitivist thinker who urges us to examine civilization, its premises, its psychology, its pathologies, and its manifestions (including capitalism). She sits down with Brett to discuss the philosophy of anarcho-primitivism and debunks myths that many leftists have about the tendency and the philosophy that goes with it. It's not a call to dismantle everything with no concern for who it hurts; rather it offers a way *forward* by insisting on an analysis that goes deeper than capitalism, and cuts to the core of our civilization, our evolutionary history, and our psyches. This is a must-listen episode!  Topics Include: Civilization, language, anthropology, symbolic culture, the use of language, the agricultural revolution, Marxism, the concept of "rewilding", meditation, train journies across Russia, going into nature, and much more!!!   ------ Links to Layla's websites, where you can find her books and writings: Layla's Work Layla on FB Please donate to our  Patreon Follow us on Twitter: @RevLeftRadio Follow us on FB This Podcast is Officially Affiliated with the Omaha GDC and The Nebraska Left Coalition Random Song From Our Friends: The Brink by Rogue Element   Thank you for all of your support and feedback!
Brett sits down with Dr. Mark Bray to discuss the political philosophy, history, and future of Anarchism.   Topics include: Bakunin and Marx, the first international, the Spanish Civil War, Stalinism, listener questions, the anarchist view of the State, Occupy Wall Street, Antifa, and much more!    Mark Bray is a historian of human rights, terrorism, and political radicalism in Modern Europe. He completed his PhD in Modern European and Women's and Gender History at Rutgers University in 2016, and is currently finishing his manuscript "The Anarchist Inquisition: Terrorism and the Ethics of Modernity in Spain, 1893-1909." "The Anarchist Inquisition" explores the emergence of groundbreaking human rights campaigns across Europe and the Americans in response to the Spanish state's brutal repression of dissent in the wake of anarchist bombings and assassinations. At GRID, he will begin work on his next project which explores the cultures of violence and street resistance that emerge in the social movements of postwar Western Europe and their impact on conceptions of leftist masculinity in the context of the emergence of competing conceptions of feminism. Bray is the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook (Melville House, 2017) and Translating Anarchy: The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street (Zero Books, 2013) as well as the co-editor of the forthcoming Francisco Ferrer and the Modern School (PM Press, 2018).   **Please take the time to rate and leave a review on iTunes! This will help expand our overall reach.**   Follow us on: Facebook Twitter @RevLeftRadio or contact us at Revolutionary Left Radio via Email   Organizations affiliated with the podcast: Omaha GDC NLC   Thank You for your support and feedback!  
Brett sits down with two university professors of sociology and a masters candidate in sociology to discuss the issues of intersectionality, the weaknesses of class-less identity politics and of class reductionism, the influence of Karl Marx on the field of sociology, Malcolm X and MLK, the relationship between power structures and identity, segregation and racism in Omaha, and how we can move forward as a global movement (and as individuals) fighting for liberation from all forms of oppression.    Featuring:  - Thomas Sanchez, PhD - Alecia Anderson, PhD  - Kristy Leahy    Follow us on: FB: Revolutionary Left Radio Twitter: @RevLeftRadio   Email us any questions or comments to TheRevolutionaryLeft@gmail.com   Don't forget to subscribe and rate us on iTunes. We are also on various podcast apps including Stitcher.
In this fascinating episode Nick Estes, Historian, author of "Our History is the Future" and co-founder of The Red Nation, joins Breht to discuss the history and legacy of the American Indian Movement, including the history of indigenous resistance in America, the origins and ideology of AIM, the Siege of Wounded Knee in 1973, the FBI's COINTELPRO, the Reign of Terror, and SO much more.  This is a collaborative project between Rev Left Radio and The Red Nation Podcast Learn about, join, and/or support the Red Nation HERE Find Nick on Twitter HERE Please Support Rev Left Radio HERE Outro Music: 'The Resistance' by Snotty Nose Rez Kids (ft. Drezus) LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: www.revolutionaryleftradio.com
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Podcast Details

Created by
Breht O'Shea
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Mar 2nd, 2017
Latest Episode
Jan 12th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
240
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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