I talk with Bex, an anarchist street medic in the PNW, about how to respond to gunshot wounds at demonstrations.
I talk with my bandmate in Alsarath, Jack, about police weaponry and how to stay safe from chemical weapons at demonstrations. Specifically, I talk about gas masks, respirators, goggles, and filters, how they can help keep you safe, and what kinds are best.
I talk to Paul about the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (NES), which was formerly called Rojava. As a brief aside, I talk about why prepping can be a pro-social, community-minded, mutual aid activity and philosophy, and recommend Robert Evans’ podcast The Reasonable Person’s Guide to Prepping.
I talk with Aine from the Jane Addams Collective about how to to deal with isolation, loneliness, anxiety, mental health in general during the COVID crisis.
I talk with Smokey, an anarchist, psychiatric social worker, and former anthropologist who lives in NYC and has worked with several disaster response groups, about urban preparedness and better organizing models.
I talk with Zoe Martínez, an anarchist public health professional, about the coronavirus and how we can keep ourselves safe on a community level and an international level.
I talk to Bay Area author, anarchist activist, queer femme, Juggalo ethnographer and leftist doomsday prepper Kitty Stryker, about anarchist/leftist prepping.