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Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Senior Advisor at Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is , a multi-pronged project to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org.
 
We are a team of multi-faceted conscious women of color committed to bridging community, culture, and artistry. Born out of the Historic Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. New episodes air every last Wednesday of the month!Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
 
DeStory is a podcast exploring the stories that form the matrix of ideas, beliefs, and norms that define our lives. DeStory seeks to examine these stories, talk to activists about how they are using Narrative Strategy in their activism and organizing efforts, and serve as an incubator for solidarity and social transformation.
 
13 millions. C’est le nombre de personnes en France aujourd’hui qui ont des difficultés avec le numérique. Bien sûr, on pense aux personnes âgées. Et pourtant, il y aussi des jeunes ou des personnes précaires qui n’ont pas forcément le matériel ou qui ne comprennent pas comment Internet marche. Ça vous étonne ? A partir de début mai, dans le podcast Solidarité Numérique, on vous emmène dans les coulisses du numéro d'appel qui répond à celles et ceux qui en ont besoin. Un podcast réalisé par ...
 
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A Narrative of Denial II Peter Job talks to us about his new book that sifts through the Australian role in the Indonesian invasion and annexing of East Timor. The New International Bookshop will be holding an event on June 15th linkCollingwood Community Garden II The news that the Collingwood Community Gardeners were locked out of their plots rece…
 
mit Tayo Awosusi-Onutor von RomaniPhen Über die Geschichte der Sinti und Roma weiß in Deutschland kaum jemand Bescheid. In Schulbüchern tauchen sie wenn dann höchstens stereotypisierend auf, fast nie als handelnde Subjekte. Das feministische RomaniPhen Archiv bietet Hilfestellung für diskriminierungsfreie Lehrmaterialien und macht Rom:nja und Sinti…
 
Solidarity 596, 9 June 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles include:Israel-Palestine: after the ceasefireBT: take the dispute off holdGary Smith wins GMB electionJoin the 26 June protestDiary of a firefighter: First day on the watchWinning decent jobs for allDVLA bosses pull back from dealFight for proper funding, cut the Tory strings!Reject …
 
Solidarity 596, 9 June 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles include:An easy excuse for anti-leftist clampdown in RussiaThe first time planes bombed a US city: Tulsa, 1921Good wind for malaria vaccinePlutocrat philanthropy and workers' rightsVampire juiceMore online: https://workersliberty.org/publications/solidarity/solidarity-596-9-june-2021…
 
Solidarity 596, 9 June 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:Their G7, our global solidarity4 June protests show solidarityHedge funds drive food price risesDon't even investigate, says Morning StarAgainst Covid: requisition big pharmaTony Blair's new manifestoThe strange case of Malcolm BidaliOsime Brown: stop the deportationWomen's Fi…
 
In the last five years we have seen a significant increase in socialists elected to office, and this has inspired many more candidates to run. But these opportunities also raise a number of questions about electoral strategy. How do we develop candidates? How do we support them and keep them accountable once in office? How do we combine the power o…
 
Hannah Rooth visits Solidarity House, performs three songs including her recent technoproletarian song "Give Me that Gold," and talks with Matt about music, politics, and abolishing the prison-industrial complex. She is at wildhummusic.com and all over social media. Support her work at https://www.patreon.com/hannahroothmusic…
 
Charieties & Protest Laws II We speak to Bill Rowling from Civil Liberties Australia, talks to us about Federal Legislation that moves to silence protest by cracking down on Charities.Covid Safe Work Places II Grupreet a COVIDSAFE organiser at the Mirgrant Workers Centre talks about his experiences at work sites and how workers can get information …
 
What kind of union do we need? There are strengths and weaknesses in our current union set-up. Union officials will often have you believe that things can only be done the way they are done, because ... well, because they have always been done that way.We do not agree. We have several criticisms of the existing rail unions, so it is only fair that …
 
Solidarity 595, 2 June 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:Against Beijing tyranny: workers' solidarityTo curb Covid: isolation pay, requisition Big Pharma, workers' controlPush back on evictions!Lukashenko, Orban and "enemies' enemies"Republicans decry "woke capital"Antisemitism on the leftDark secrets in the Channel IslandsWomen's F…
 
This week we are joined by Vini Almeida who is a member of the Brazilian socialist organization Comuna. We talk about the challenges socialists face when working to build a democratic and multi-tendency socialist organization, electoral politics, supporters of the new right, and the political effects of the pandemic. Throughout we draw connections …
 
Howie Hawkins, Green Party 2020 presidential candidate Bill Resnick and Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for President in the last election, discuss the Biden administration’s proposed American Jobs Plan. Announced with great fanfare at a cost of $2 trillion plus, the annual outlay would actually represent less than one-third of the U.S. mi…
 
Willow Grove Green Banns II Suzette Meade from the North Parramatta Residents' Action Group talks about the fight for heritage site Willow Grove.#disruptlandforces II Greg Rolles talks from the perspective of an activist you stopped a tank at the Weapons Expo on in Brisbane until June 3.OTW II Peter Davis on Social Security The Week that Was II Kev…
 
Lukas Krämer und Anne Gersdorff Den Mindestlohn gibt es in Deutschland schon seit 2015. Menschen, die in Behindertenwerkstätten arbeiten, bekommen den aber nicht – und nicht nur das kritisieren Inklusionsaktivist:innen. Für viele von ihnen sind die Werkstätten problematisch, weil sie etwa die Menschen von Sozialhilfe abhängig machen und auch nicht …
 
In this episode, we spoke with Labor For Palestine organizers Suzanne Adely who is the Co-Director for the Food Chain Workers Alliance and President-Elect of the National Lawyers Guild, and Michael Letwin who is a public defender in New York City and former President of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW 2325. In this conversation, we discu…
 
Solidarity 594, 26 May 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles may include:Covid and "too little, too late"Equal rights: two nations, two statesThousands rally for peace and equalityPalestinians on strike"We can create a different reality"Support Palestinian rights, oppose antisemitismSocialist Worker choose its "resistance"Antisemitism is on th…
 
Solidarity 594, 26 May 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles may include:Israel-Palestine: for two states, for equal rightsRight to protest, right to strike"New plan" for immigration? Same racist policiesTooting protests against police raidsOpen letter from a "quitter"Industries and socialist prioritiesTrotsky and “switching the points”A victor…
 
Sunbury Anti- toxic dump demo II Locals goes to the steps of Parliament to call for a stop to a toxic dump in Sunbury with a side order of political frenzy as Liberals see an opportunity to flip the next election. OTW Budget analysis II Duncan Graham gives his views on the Federal Budget.Julian Assange Tour II Jacob Grech from Friday Rave talks to …
 
Bo Thao-Urabe (Coalition of Asian American Leaders) joins Deepa Iyer to discuss how Asian American communities are experiencing racism and building their solidarity muscle in Minnesota, one year after the murder of George Floyd. Episode Webpage:https://buildingmovement.org/solidarity-is-this-may-2021/…
 
Solidarity 592, 12 May 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 13-15, inside pages, back page. Articles include:More in-person action on campusesAfter RMT GS election: organise the rank and fileNEU: a setback and advancesBT ballot: still waitingBus workers to strike 25-26 May"We don't get sick leave. It's just statutory"GMB votes to reject 4% in NHSKino Eye: A fi…
 
Solidarity 593, 19 May 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles include:Unite election: a more critical approach neededOn the Howard Beckett/Priti Patel controversyUS battles over voting and union rights"Spontaneity with roots": how protest blocked deportations in GlasgowMight-have-been-man: Cliff SlaughterMore online: https://workersliberty.org/…
 
Solidarity 593, 19 May 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:Two states, equal rights!Arabs and Jews unite for equal rightsLetters: Early economic convulsions; More to condemn; Communist for clampdown?Israel-Palestine: a crisis of leadership is only part of itActivist agenda: Tiananmen commemoration, health and safety surveyWomen's Figh…
 
Solidarity 591, 5 May 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12-15, inside pages, back page. Articles include:Wave of student actionNEU: make defence of reps central!Gains at Go North WestCWU must ballot now on BT jobs!Diary of an engineer: Promotion and respectKino Eye: Sacco and VanzettiSponsor Tim's jumpCovid: workers' controls still needed (John Moloney's co…
 
A special conversation with Twin Cities activist Briana Rose Lee on the aftermath of the Chauvin trial, continued police repression, and a LONG LIST of good people organizing and creating new political realities in Minneapolis. Follow Briana on Twitter at @BrianaRoseLeePar solidarityhouse
 
Solidarity 592, 12 May 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles include:Why we should support Sharon Graham for Unite general secretaryThoughts towards strategic organisingAn incoherent, unprincipled electoral stuntMore doubts on Malm's water powerWomen's Fightback: Eating meat to prove masculinity?No to Netanyahu, no to Hamas!More online: https:…
 
Donatellia Austin and Yana Ludwig discuss Yana's 2020 Senate campaign, running as an open socialist in Wyoming, how to market and graphically design a radical campaign, and what Wyoming identity is all about. Rihanna Kelver joins the Solidarity House crew to chat about current events in the state and read recent conservative Op-eds from local news …
 
Anarchist Walk Melb II Joe Toscano takes us on a walk through Melbourne stopping at key places that talk to the role anarchists have played in our history.The Week That Was II Kevin rounds up the weekOver the Wall - Budget II Duncan analysis of the BudgetUnionist for Refugees Event II Jordan reports on the Unionist for Refugees BBQ just before May …
 
mit Sandy von korientation e.V. stopasianhate - dieser Hashtag macht vor allem seit vergangenem Jahr auf ein Problem aufmerksam, was seit Beginn der Pandemie viel sichtbarer wird: anti-asiatischer Rassismus. Angriffe auf asiatisch-gelesene Menschen in New York auf offener Straße, die Morde in Atlanta - all das zeigt das Ausmaß des Rassismus. Doch n…
 
Solidarity 592, 12 May 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:"Policy review"? Only by Labour conference! Labour conference deadlines on 11 June Myanmar week of action from 17 May Tories prepare voter suppression Spy stories from the fall of Stalinism The underside of plutocrat philanthropyMore online: https://workersliberty.org/publicat…
 
Melbourne for Wiki II John Montero talks about the defence of Julian AssaugeMyanmar Calling II May Day speaker outlining the people's fight in MyanmarProtest Native Forest Clearing II Sue McKinnon talks about the Kinglake-Healesville community work defending native forest.OTW II Duncan gives a great analysis of the upcoming BudgetThe Week that Was …
 
Solidarity 590, 28 April 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 13-15, inside and back pages. Articles include:Universities ballot for strikes on course cutsVote for "real change" in UnisonAccessibility should be standardDiary of an engineer: "I realise it's bullshit"Kino Eye: Days of HopeDVLA strikes again 4-8 May (John Moloney's column)Regrouping in British Ga…
 
Solidarity 591, 5 May 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles include:On the streets with SolidarityWomen's Fightback: Students rebel against uniformsThe Wretched of the Earth, 60 years onScrap the Thatcher anti-union laws! No shortcuts!Alliances, "anti-monopoly" and otherTurkey revolutionised, Kurds crushedMore online: https://workersliberty.or…
 
Solidarity 591, 5 May 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:Boom for the rich, job cuts for the manySocial solidarity still needed to curb CovidSwitch off the pump!Police Bill: organise for a long haulAfter 6 May, renew fight against Tories and cutsLoyalist violence means advance?Don't make a fetish of Andreas MalmThe roaring twentiesCo…
 
As communications and digital organizing manager for PICO California Project, Calvin Abbasi combines his imperatives for social and economic justice with practical legislative advocacy. We discuss current bills in California to decertify police officers. fund emergency non-police services, forgive rental debt, increase post-incarceration housing ac…
 
Solidarity 590, 28 April 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles include:Lessons from India and MichiganRemember the class-war prisoners!"Ukraine is the victim of Russian aggression"Three hundred anti-voting laws tabled in USRoyal Mail: union embraces partnershipMay day greetings for SolidarityMore online: https://workersliberty.org/publications…
 
Solidarity 590, 28 April 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:Socialism vs sleazeMyanmar campaign to target brandsWorkers' Liberty meets in conferenceWhy is the Morning Star so quiet about the Unite election?Letters: Good climate content, dubious wrapping; Better lockdownsWomen's Fightback: A Promising Young WomanSalford Unison pushes …
 
Part 2 of our interview with Laramie reporter Jeff Victor covers the relationship between a City Council member and Laramie's worst landlord. Members of the Solidarity House team discuss the highlights and follies of the 2021 Wyoming legislative season, including, among many other things, Rep. Jeremy Haroldson's comments on slavery and the Holocaus…
 
Tertiary Education Work Landscape in Focus - Nigerian Teachers Union II Speaking at the recent Marxism Conference 2021 Dr Olyshogue from the Nigerian Union of Teachers talks about their 9 month strike.Yarra Council refuses social housing - Friends of Public Housing II Friends of Public Housing supports the Greens councilors on Yarra Council who hav…
 
mit Llanquiray Painemal und Amarilis von "Legalisierung Jetzt" Legalisierung Jetzt! Das fordert seit einem Jahr eine Initiative in Berlin. Sie macht damit aufmerksam auf die prekäre Situation von Menschen ohne legalen Aufenthaltstitel - speziell von Migrantinnen, die in Care-Berufen arbeiten. Viele von ihnen haben in der Pandemie ihre Arbeit verlor…
 
Student conference: an illusion of engagementUnite election: no good optionsDiary of a Tube worker: "If we hadn't kicked off..."Super League? An absolute shockerKino Eye: School rebellionReject the 4% sop!Uniting in-house and outsourcedPCS: Vote Independent LeftFight over job cutsBritish Gas sacks 500 engineersBring the labour movement into Police …
 
Another sort of anti-fascismMaxwell: a charlatan capitalistActivist agenda: Demand sick pay for allTarget Beijing's big-business allies!Covid: social battles still neededAfghanistan: a new phase of the warStarting conversations and rethinking justice for Singapore’s Death Penalty LawsThe attempt to erase the Kurdish people…
 
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