March 5, 2021

Listen to and/or download the episode here. RALLY : Free Malik! Kick Geo Group Out of Cali! Stop For-Profit Prisons! ONE ELEVEN TAYLOR – 11 minute documentary about transitional housing during the pandemic A Queer & Trans Take on the Prison Industrial Complex, Abolition, & the Roots of Modern Day Policing – Sunday 3/7 6pm PT Opportunity Campus: FB Live Conversation with Dominique Morgan The Real Threat to Women’s Sports Isn’t Trans Athletes. It’s Sexually Predatory Coaches by Abigail Weinberg for Mother Jones This Is How Sex Workers Win by Melissa Gira Grant for the New Republic San Diego County … Continue reading March 5, 2021

February 26, 2021

Listen to and/or download the episode here. What is happening on the anti-trans bills front thread by Chase Strangio 70 Hotels Could House the Homeless, if San Francisco Buys by Nuala Bishari for SF Public Press SF police return officer to patrol despite false testimony by Michael Barba for SF Examiner California lawmakers push to stop deportations and end jail transfers to Ice by Sam Levin for the Guardian As reports surface of ICE officers threatening to intentionally expose asylum seekers to Covid-19 if they do not accept deportation, we lift up nurses’ work to care and fight for asylum … Continue reading February 26, 2021

February 19, 2021

Listen to and/or download the episode here. IP5 Press Conference briefing with ASL interpretation– Feb 17, 2021 ID5 Solidarity Coalition website Drop the Charges Against the Indigenous People’s Day 5 – Sign and share the petition Your Disdain For The South Is Just Anti-Blackness by De’Shaun Harrison for Wear Your Voice Five Action Items to Stop Anti-Trans Bills by Chase Strangio Thread of Texas Mutual Aid documents TEXAS WEATHER CRISIS ASSISTANCE Mutual Aid document The Curriculum is a 15-week free public education course based on The Prison Industry: How it Started, How it Works, How it Harms. This #BlackHistoryMonth, Black … Continue reading February 19, 2021

February 12, 2021 with Adriana Camarena

Listen to and/or download the episode here. Compassionate Alternative Response Team (San Francisco) – Creating a community-based alternative to the police response to homelessness All of the anti-Asian violence in the Bay Area is heartbreaking and disgusting. Thread of resources + info as to ways to help those communities. from @BR0WNSGA SF Eviction Defense Emergency Response Network Sign-Up Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama are organizing to demand change. February 20: National Day of Solidarity with Alabama Amazon Workers building BAmazonUnion THREAD: How is all of this destruction happening for the Border Wall when we have laws protecting these places? Maxie … Continue reading February 12, 2021 with Adriana Camarena

February 5, 2021

The show got a late start. The official podcast begins about twenty minutes in – listen here. Due to technical difficulties we had to restart the interview. Fast forward to the one hour mark to hear it from the beginning, It is replayed in full without interruption on the Feb 12th episode. Links: Compassionate Alternative Response Team – SF Cahoots – Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets (Eugene & Springfield, OR) Guide of how to organize a tuition strike at your school Border wall scars: ‘It feels like if someone got a knife and dragged it across my heart.’ … Continue reading February 5, 2021

January 22, 2021 with Felicia Medina

Listen to the episode here. Interview begins around 25 minutes in. Links: Medina Orthwein LLP ICE Rips 9-Year-Old Haitian Boy from His Older Brother, Before Deporting 19-Year-Old San Francisco ICE office attacked Leading Civil Rights Organizations Oppose Creation of New Domestic Terrorism Legislation Why a New ‘War on Terror’ Will Just Mean An Expanded War on Dissent Illinois Will End Cash Bail — and Limit Use of High-Tech Incarceration Illinois poised to become first state to end wealth-based pre-trial detention Music by Detroit School of Arts – Everybody’s Coming to My House and War On Women Continue reading January 22, 2021 with Felicia Medina

January 15, 2021

Listen to the episode here. Vons, Pavilions to Fire “Essential Workers,” Replace Drivers with Independent Contractors by Mike Dickerson for Knock LA The U.S. Economy Lost 140,000 Jobs in December.  All of Them Were Held by Women by Annalyn Kurtz for CNN The Cops at the Capitol for The Appeal by Jonathan Ben-Menachem Amazon Warehouse Workers To Decide Whether To Form Company’s 1st U.S. Union It Could Happen Here Guide with basic ways your community can prepare to reduce harm and save lives should the unthinkable happen. Video: LGBT Activist Ken Jones Talks About The Impact Of ‘When We Rise’ Virtual … Continue reading January 15, 2021

January 8, 2021

Listen to the episode here. There is a long history of violent takeovers of government buildings right here in the US, often by white supremacists. Thread by Rebecca Pierce When white supremacists overthrew a government – 1898 Wilmington, NC America’s Been Coup’d video with Indi Samarajiva I Lived Through A Stupid Coup. America Is Having One Now by Indi Samarajiva DC Mutual Aid ‘What privilege looks like’: Oaklanders reflect on mob takeover of U.S. Capitol Playlist from today’s episode here. Continue reading January 8, 2021