I talk with Dibs, a personal trainer, about fitness for the apocalypse or revolution and how fitness works for people with different relationships to their body, such as hormones, disability, etc.
I talk with historian and author Walidah Imarisha about how we use our imaginations to direct our action and about why we need a world without police and prisons.
I talk with a wilderness instructor about what people ought to know before heading out on a long hike, about what camping equipment she likes, and about what skills you do and don’t need to study ahead of time.
I talk with hacker and lockpicker Deviant Ollam about bypassing physical security and why and how he believes in community preparedness. Did you know most construction vehicles use the same few keys?
I talk with anti-authoritarian lawyer Moira Meltzer-Cohen about why you should shut up, how you should shut up, and if she has any other advice for encounters with law enforcement, like shutting up. We also talk about the stages of encounter with law enforcement, what encounters with the feds often look like, and how to get involved in supporting radical legal work.
I wax philosophical about the how and why of getting involved in prepping from a non-individualistic perspective, and answer social media questions about food, water, community care, and the philosophy of anarchist/leftist prepping.
I talk with a queer POC firearms instructor Ronin about how to get started with guns, especially when the culture around guns has never been welcoming to you.
I talk with Hań and Eepa from the Indigenous Anarchist Federation about indigenous approaches to preparation and mutual aid, about non-extractive and non-colonial relationships with the land from a survival point of view, and we get into some fun nitty gritty about field skills.
I talk with Janet and Dave, two herbalism teachers in Appalachia, about the role of herbalism in preparedness, about how to think about health holistically, and about the relationship between herbalism, colonization and appropriation.