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[Act Out! 180] - The New Women’s Health: Shut Up & Breed + A Rally... The purge is here. Facebook, Twitter and the silencing of anything that goes against the state. Next up, women's health and rights are under attack. A backwards, theocratic reworking of Title X threatens women's already dwindling rights over our bodies ...
Black Panther, white woman: a meeting in Algiers “Algiers, Third World Capital” is a fascinating story of liberation, radical politics and how one woman’s life became entangled with the Black Panthers in Algeria.Read more
[Act Out! 179] From Appalachia to Germany: Anti-Capitalist Trees, People Power & Systemic Corruption On the front lines of the fight against dirty energy – worldwide. First up, some great news from West Virginia and Virginia – taking time to celebrate these victories while taking a look at the corrupted agencies playing into the ...
Think from the heart: Mexico’s Indigenous Congress Delegates at the fifth gathering of the CNI in Oventic describe their ideologies, mission and struggles — and the Zapatistas throw a party.Read more
Decolonizing society: the legacy of 1968 Fifty years on, we need a return to the anti-imperialist ethos that enabled the activists of ’68 to engage in a shared struggle against a common enemy.Read more
Mark Bray’s 2018 Anarchist Education/Antifa talks Mark Bray, author of “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook” (2017) continues his series of talks on anti-fascist organizing and is launching his latest book “Anarchist Education and the Modern School: A Francisco Ferrer Reader”. Read more
Degrowth: closing the global wealth divide Contradicting the dominant paradigm that economic growth equals development, degrowth theorists argue that serious cutbacks are crucial to protect life on our planet.Read more
[Act Out! 178] - Breast Cancer Awareness (the Deeper Cut) + Workers Are The Power It's Breast Cancer Awareness month so hurray for boobies and healthcare! Except, when it comes to the latter, we need more than just a light augmentation. We discuss some disturbing facts of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, plus the burden ...
Colorful clash of protestors and police in Barcelona Protestors opposing a march by police association JUSAPOL in Barcelona, Spain doused police lines with paint and powder before being violently dispersed.Read more
Scirocco: A Case Against Deportations Drawing on the story of Ahmed, a Tunisian migrant to Italy, “Scirocco” shows the impact of deportation policies on migrants crossing the Mediterranean.Read more
Towards a New Internationalism If the class struggle is to be reignited, we must denounce the left’s resurgent social chauvinism. The worker, once again, must come to realize that she has no country.Read more
Fires in the Void: The Need for Migrant Solidarity Dismantling borders will require organization, confrontation, direct action, sabotage and, above all, that borderless praxis of solidarity known as internationalism.Read more
Translocal Solidarity and the New Municipalism By conceiving of transformative social change in “translocal” terms, the municipalist movement enables us to redefine internationalism for our times.Read more
[Act Out! 177] - The Real Problem With The Supreme Court, Endless War & Our... We don't even really get to choose the person who chooses the people who dictate the highest law of the land. That might sound confusing – and it is. It's even more frustrating. We take a look at the grossly ...
[Act Out! 176] - Who’s Training Our Cops + How to Avoid Exploding Houses &... Did you know that showering less will save some water – sadly, not millions of gallons that fracking operations use in a day – nor will it keep your water safe from contamination – or your house from exploding. --- ...
Amani Sawari: What's Next After the Prison Strike FULL INTERVIEW Amani Sawari, spokesperson for Jailhouse Lawyers Speak joins us for a conversation on the prison strike, successes and the road ahead - including legislation and grassroots organizing.

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[Act Out! 175] Beyond the Prison Strike, Alex Jones Won’t Be the Last + Israel... Black Lives Matter is no longer a target for domestic oppression. The threat of their human rights work has now peaked the interest of oppressive entities abroad – and the documentary that proves it has faced hard censorship. Speaking of ...
Act Out! [174] - How A Small Town Went From Toxic Lakes to Europe’s Greenest... In the 70s, Växjö was a polluted town nestled in the thick forests of southern Sweden. Today, this small town has been recognized by the EU as the greenest city in Europe. So, what happened? What did - and what ...
Act Out! [173] - Silence Is Leaden, The Revolutionary Power of Art Behind Bars More lead in more water and the grotesque parallels across the country with regards to testing, notification, repairs and accountability. Next, as the prison strike continues, we go inside with an artist who seeks to help prisoners defy their oppression ...
Free Assange in the ashes of our mistakes –
shredded bits of paper -
like confetti at a funeral -
someone has to burn.

For the written version, visit the blog at artkillingapathy.com
Act Out! [172] - Joyful Militancy or Building Thriving Resistance in Toxic Times Activism so often gets the bad rep of being all about sacrificing – all about pain and struggle – never about joy. And yet as we find ourselves in a culture that preaches escapism, demands smiles, a Stepford Wife happiness ...
Act Out! [171] - The Grandmother Pipeline Companies Fear & Harnessing the Power of Hemp The worst democracy money can buy and how federal over-reach can turn back progressive environmental policies. Next, a retired special ed teacher and grandmother gets thrown in jail – because a pipeline company is afraid of her. Meanwhile, 2017 was ...
Act Out! [170] - #RiseTogether Against Dirty Energy + How To Hack Apathy This week on Act Out! The #RiseTogether weeks of action against dirty energy projects and their financiers continue, and I share what I witnessed in the swamps of Louisiana as the fight against the Bayou Bridge Pipeline escalates. Next, Dr. ...
Act Out! [169] - The Latest Water Protector Battles + Monsanto’s First Day in Court First up, a big step forward in the fight against Monsanto and glyphosate as hundreds of cases get the green light to take this massive poison peddling corporation to court. Next up, water protectors Red Fawn Fallis and Michael Little ...
Act Out! [168] - Crushing Colonialism: A Conversation with Jen Deerinwater This week on Act Out! Colonization didn't just happen – it's still happening. Natives weren't just here hundreds of years ago, they're still here. We sit down with Jen Deerinwater to discuss the colonialist paradigm, anti-native behaviors in the everyday ...
Your Independence Day Coz inside these walls – of an empire dying, we can keep rising – we can aim higher than just getting by and we can steal hope – from a hangman's white rope – we can build dignity in the ...
Act Out! [167] - July 4th: What Are We Celebrating? This week on Act Out! In a 4th of July special, we take a look at what America is – the good, the bad and the ugly – the real shit and the real people fighting and building beyond the ...
Act Out! [166] - U.S. Empire's South American Toolkit This week on Act Out! You can't know America unless you know US Empire. We sit down with Kevin Zeese who has recently returned from Venezuela to talk elections, economic warfare and media blockades. We also take a look at ...
WEB EXCLUSIVE: How SCOTUS Just Took A Step Towards Privacy in the Digital Age There's not much good we can say about #SCOTUS right now - but last week, they handed down a decision that actually flies in the face of the surveillance state.

Chip Gibbons with Defending Rights & Dissent gives us the ...
Shopping Carts and Rape Kits It's not easy getting justice as a sexual assault survivor. A significant factor in that is the obscene backlog of rape kits languishing in evidence rooms across the country. Add to that bizarre cataloging methods and it's no wonder why ...
Act Out! [165] - Devaluing Survivors, Criminalizing Dissent & Creating Utopia A backlog that's symptomatic of a patriarchal system that not only devalues women but devalues survivors of sexual assault. Next, the J20 trials continue and with 36 defendants still facing decades in jail, here are some actions and some conversations ...
Act Out! [164] - Military Industrial Preschools, Corporate Slapps & Three Sisters vs. A Pipeline This week on Act Out! The war machine is now branching out – into early childhood education. Coke's bogus greenwashing and how corporations use courts to SLAPP down their opponents. Next, “serving, caring and protecting” are all words that authorities ...
Act Out! [Interview] - Eugene Puryear: Juneteenth & the Ongoing Fight for Freedom In this special extended interview with Eugene Puryear, we talk about the upcoming commemoration of Juneteenth - the abolition of slavery. What does it mean to fight for freedom post-slavery? Plus, what does segregation look like today? How do things ...
Act Out! [163] -Corporate Media Protects Racists, Regulating Regulators & Post-Slavery Freedom Fight This week on Act Out! When a regulatory institution doesn't regulate – but rather rubber stamps dirty energy projects for fossil fuel companies destroying our land, air and water - what tactics should you consider? Next up, how corporate media ...
Act Out! [162] - Inside the CIA, Facial UnRecognition & Bills for Blue Lives This week on Act Out! Facial recognition is here – but far from being the slick Bond-style tech of tomorrow, it can't seem to recognize faces very well - and it's the hands of the untrained and apparently senile. Next, ...
Act Out! [161] -Grandmas in the Gutter, The Hidden Employment Stats & Puerto Rico’s Ongoing... This week on Act Out! UC workers strike but find a foe where the friendlies should be – an unfortunately familiar story. Next up, unemployment rates may be going down but what does that actually mean? Hint: no, our economy ...
Starbucks and Systemic Racism Our full interview with Michelle Saahene, the woman who first stood up when everyone else stayed seated. She was at the Starbucks in Philadelphia, PA when two young black men were arrested for sitting and waiting. As a black woman, ...
Act Out! [160] Illegal Recycling, The Framing of Iran & The Woman at Starbucks You... This week on Act Out! water wars in the west are heating up – and did you know you could go to jail for more than a year for recycling? Next, Iran is on our shit list now more than ...
Act Out! [159] - How To Build a Direct Democracy + The Colonial Death Motto... A grotesque and yet not all together that surprising admission from our for-profit-healthcare system. Then, after hundreds of years of colonization, the Trump administration has a new idea on how to further oppress and torture indigenous peoples. Next, ALEC had ...
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Act Out! [158] - May Day is American: Know Your History & Why May 1st Matters A special episode dedicated to the past that built our present that'll dictate our future. We take a brief look at the upcoming bicentenary of Karl Marx's birthday and then we dive deep into May 1st – International Worker's Day. ...
Act Out! [157] - Capitalism vs. Mental Health, The SS “light” and Zuck Testifies to... Detroit would rather pay goons to steal people's water than make sure people have access to water. – Next up, you may know that Zuck appeared before Congress last week but did you know that what he REALLY did was ...
Act Out! [156] - Crypto vs. The Prison Industrial Complex + Sharks w/ Laser Beams,... This week on Act Out! In headlines from the front lines: Are you on the wardrobe watchlist? Sharks may soon be getting laser beams thanks to a new military project, Catholics fill baby bottles with their own blood, Shell knew ...
[Act Out! 155] - Corporate Sugar Daddies & How To Fix the Healthcare System This week on Act Out! Meet the corporate sugar daddies that keep the biggest, dirtiest, shadiest and most evil corporations afloat – hint: you know several of them personally. Next up, everyone that comes into contact with our healthcare – ...
[Act Out! 154] - West Virginia Trees Speak Out + U.S. Climate Refugees & How... This week on Act Out! you may know that corporate media lies to you – but do you know how? Here's a look at one of their favorite techniques. PLUS what you'll never hear covered on nightly news – i.e. ...
Eugene Puryear: A Real Alternative to Police, Community Self-Defense & Blueprints for Alternatives DC community organizer Eugene Puryear joins us for an in-depth discussion on the real alternative to policing that DC is trying out. Called the NEAR Act, the goal of this program is to put public safety in the hands of ...
[Act Out! 153] - The Torturous Truth About Some Women in Power + How to... This week on Act Out! March is Women's History Month – and while it's always a good idea to recognize the powerful role of women in the fight for justice, not all women who have power wield it well – ...
Act Out! [152] - What You Didn’t Know About the West Virginia Strike + FBI... This week on Act Out! Fracking, fires and methane leaks oh my. The geeks are watching you and here's a solution to student debt. Finally, the strike in West Virginia may be over but the fight continues. We dive into ...
Act Out! [151] - Battle in the Bayou: The Fight Against Big Oil & For... This week on Act Out! we head down to the Bayous of Louisiana to get the latest on the fight against the Bayou Bridge Pipeline. Speaking to organizers and residents on the front lines, we'll dive into updates and news, ...
The Problem With Our Gun Debate: Setting Sights with scott crow Anarchist author and organizer scott crow joins us to talk about his latest book and the problem with the binary gun debate in this country. Pulling from past and present examples, scott discusses the missing conversations that are keeping us ...
Act Out! [150] - Expensive Bombs & Toilet Paper + the Gun Talk We're Not... This week on Act Out! taxes are right around the corner so we felt it an apt time to talk about some of the big winners on tax day – spoiler alert: it's not you and me. Next up, we ...

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