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Post-Escuelita Seminar Puebla (audio/mpeg 130.9mb)
Augosto 2013, Seminario de Escuelita Zapatista organizado por el Posgrado de Sociología del Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades “Alfonso Vélez Pliego” de la Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico....
Posted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 10:02PM
Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay JULY SHOW:"Anti-state Politics & State Institutions" (audio/mpeg 105.8mb)
What do anti-state movements look like? What does community look like in anti-state movements? What happens when we are forced to contend with state institutions? In this months show: a check in with the growing anti-election movement in Mexico; Interview some Oakland-based prison abolitionists; a interview with Lakeview elementary school Sit-in. (full show approx 2 hrs, individual segments below, mp3) AUDIOS from the July 1, 2012 broadcast of Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay (formerl...
Posted: Mon Jul 2, 2012 4:36PM
Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay JUNE SHOW: "Solidarity in an Age of Insurrection" (audio/mpeg 21.1mb)
AUDIOS from the June 3, 2012 broadcast of Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay (formerly Relatos Zapatistas) on Berkeley Liberation Radio, 104.1FM, livestream at www.berkeleyliberationradio.net We want to announce that we’re changing the name of our show from Relatos Zapatistas to Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay to reflect the increasingly local focus of our reporting on anticapitalist and autonomous politics. In the coming days, we’ll be launching a new website where all of our show...
Posted: Mon Jun 4, 2012 5:53PM
May Day and the General Strike in a Time of Precarity / Relatos Zapatistas, May 6 2012 (audio/mpeg 101.2mb)
Discussion and analysis of May Day and the general strike in a time of precarity. Show features a short documentary on May Day actions in New York; a telephone interview with Irena from Decolonize Oakland; and a roundtable with Omar, Lauren, Steven, and Tony from Occupy Oakland. (mp3, ~2hrs)...
Posted: Tue May 8, 2012 2:00PM
RELATOS ZAPATISTAS radio show for JANUARY 1, 2012 (audio/mpeg 98.1mb)
What is the current state of the occupy movement and where is it headed? In this month's show: the three-year anniversary of the murder of Oscar Grant; a decade since the 2001 uprisings in Argentina; and a series of interviews focused on the occupy movement in the Bay Area, specifically Occupy Oakland and Occupy SFSU. (full show approx 2 hrs, individual segments below, mp3)...
Posted: Mon Jan 9, 2012 4:53PM
Relatos Zapatistas Radio Show: Occupy Oakland and Community Safety: Nov, 6 2011 (audio/mpeg 255.4mb)
On today's show we will argue that the concept of “community safety”has to be the focal point of any autonomous/anti-capitalist movement. We want to distinguish the fact that Community safety does not come from a place of “security” or actions based off of the fear or danger of something. Rather it is based in the acts of caring for and respecting the dignity (desires, dreams, histories, struggles, and needs) of all peoples “below and to the left”....
Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:21PM
RELATOS ZAPATISTAS RADIO SHOW:Interviews on Prison Strike and Gang InjunctionS:OCT 2, 2011 (audio/mpeg 100.3mb)
In this show we interview a members of Stop the Injunction Coalition and Critical Resistance to discuss the current Prisoner Hunger Strike that is taking place across California as well as the proposed expansion of gang injunction in Oakland. We also have updates to the decision of the civil case between Martin Cotton the 2nd and Eureka Police Department. Also included is an announcement/interview from a member of CAD (Community Action Defense) who are mobilizing against the lobby group ALEC ...
Posted: Mon Oct 3, 2011 6:21PM
Relatos Zapatistas Radio Show: Resisting inside and outside Prision Walls [Sept 4, 2011] (audio/mpeg 103.8mb)
For this month's show we have 2 interviews: 1) Verbena of Redwood curtain copwatch updates us on the civil case between the Martin Cotton Family and the Eureka Police Department and Humboldt County Sheriff. 2) Ned from Cook Shack, Ceja and Marcos summarize their involvement with the "Save the Peaks" movement in northern Arizona. (2hrs, MP3)...
Posted: Mon Sep 5, 2011 6:29PM
RELATOS ZAPATISTAS RADIO SHOW: August 7, 2011 (audio/mpeg 15.6mb)
In this months show we bring you 3 segments: 1) A segment produced by Radio Zapatista a few weeks ago, reporting on the July 14 march for public eduction in Santiago de Chile. (17 min) 2) We Interview Alejandro Reyes from Radio Zapatista about the Caravan Paso a Paso Hacia la paz “Step by Step toward Peace that started on July 26th to bring attention to atrocities that South American and Mexican migrants are experiencing migrating to the U.S. (40 min) 3) On June 11th, 2011, the South Central...
Posted: Mon Aug 8, 2011 7:59PM
RELATOS ZAPATISTAS RADIO SHOW: Interviews on Austerity and the "Drug War" [July 3, 2011] (audio/mpeg 104.6mb)
In this month's show we bring you three in-depth interviews: 1) Oakland librarian "Agnes" on public libraries in a time of austerity, when 14 of 18 libraries were threatened with closure; 2) reporter and author John Gibler on his new book, To Die in Mexico, which analyzes the so-called "drug war" in Mexico; and 3) two compañerxs from UA in the Bay announce the Anarchist General Assembly that will take place on July 16, along with an update on the continuing occupation of Glen Cove. (2 hrs, mp...
Posted: Thu Jul 7, 2011 1:24AM
Water Politics in California with the Water Underground (audio/mpeg 20.2mb)
Members of the Water Underground created the Aqualab...a series of activities, experiments, and artistic experiences in the Tenderloin National Forest in San Francisco. In this segment, "water agents"share how the Aqualab is a space to engage water beyond the faucet. Engaging with water by questioning and mapping where it comes from and where it is going (and in what condition) is part of making water in California a commons rather than just another resource to be consumed. Audio Length 2...
Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:56PM
oakland librarians speak out after anticut 2 (audio/mpeg 4.5mb)
anticut 2 took place on friday, june 17. behind a bloc of book shields, anti-austerity protesters marched through downtown oakland, disrupting traffic and temporarily blocking access to citibank and wells fargo, to call attention to the austerity logic that funnels money from public services (like libraries) into private hands (like banks). the march ended at the main branch of the oakland public library, where free food was served and librarians came out to address the crowd. (mp3, 5 min)...
Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 12:55PM
interview on austerity and the "anticut 1" anti-austerity action in downtown oakland (audio/mpeg 21.0mb)
interview with the compañero ilya on the "anticut 1" action which took place in downtown oakland on june 3. conversation includes a working definition of austerity, the relationship between austerity and gentrification, between austerity and the police, and the difficulties of articulating an anti-austerity politics from an anti-state position. (mp3, 23 min)...
Posted: Mon Jun 6, 2011 10:42PM
entrevista sobre la "spanish revolution" con un compañero de madrid (audio/mpeg 15.1mb)
entrevista grabada el 27 de mayo con un compañero de madrid sobre la "spanish revolution," la política electoral en españa, y las operaciones de la democracia radical durante las asambleas populares masivas en la puerta del sol. (mp3, 16 min)...
Posted: Mon Jun 6, 2011 5:24PM
interview on the "spanish revolution" with a compañero from madrid (audio/mpeg 11.8mb)
interview recorded on may 27 with a compañero from madrid about the "spanish revolution," electoral politics in spain, and the operations of radical democracy during the massive popular assemblies that took place in the puerta del sol, the central plaza of madrid. (mp3, 13 min)...
Posted: Mon Jun 6, 2011 5:19PM
Relatos Zapatistas May 1st show (audio/mpeg 101.1mb)
The first of May is recognized all over the world as international workers day. For a century working people throughout the world have come together on May 1st to oppose state oppression, call out bosses for poor working conditions and also celebrate their solidarity and the power of their labor. Having been sparked by massive labor rallies calling for an 8 hour work day in Chicago’s Haymarket Square in 1886, May 1st or May Day has escalated to level of an internationally celebrated day for ...
Posted: Sat May 7, 2011 10:13PM
Relatos Zapatistas April show-Notes on War (audio/mpeg 115.5mb)
On today’s show, we examine the new geography of war in the context of the “old” geography of Chiapas. We talk with a compa of ours on the ground in Chiapas, who reports on some of the most recent clashes of the low-intensity war in Mitzitón, Bachajón, and Tila. We use these events, and the bigger picture in which they take place, to help us frame the conversation about the new letter by Marcos: “Notes on War.” Audio-2 hours...
Posted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 10:21AM
interview on the current state of repression / low-intensity war in chiapas (audio/mpeg 38.9mb)
in-depth interview with alejandro reyes on the current state of repression and low-intensity war in chiapas being waged against zapatista communities and human rights organizations. topics include: big-picture analysis focused on the proyecto mesoamérica, "sustainable rural cities," and ecotourism; detailed reports on repression in mitzitón, bachajón, tila, and the coast region; and some implications of the death of samuel ruiz. (mp3, 42 min)...
Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:06PM
interview on tahrir square, the egyptian revolution, and war (audio/mpeg 16.2mb)
in this interview, conducted on march 3 during a protest on UC berkeley campus, we speak with an anarchist organizer from the US who was in egypt during the people's uprising and the fall of the mubarak regime. she describes her experiences in tahrir square and offers some thoughts on the future of the revolution. (mp3, 17 min)...
Posted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:42PM
Relatos Zapatistas Interview on "People's Hearing on Racial Profiling and Police Violence" (audio/mpeg 32.0mb)
We interview Mike Flynn the President of the National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Chapter about the recent People's Hearing on Racial Profiling and Police Violence that happened this month on Feb 19th and 20th. Mike was one of many organizers who made this space possible. Mike speaks about the history of the organizing efforts and specifically what made this critical space possible, the structure of the people's hearing, why such a strategy is necessary a midst a low intensity warfare happen...
Posted: Mon Mar 7, 2011 10:34PM