Got a special episode for y'all this week - featuring the voices of Deception 2020 - the series I've been doing in the lead-up to the election. Hear from Dan Kovalik, Nick Braña, Dr. Margaret Flowers, Mickey Huff, Eugene Puryear and Leonardo Flores on issues and angles you'd never hear from corporate media.
And in all of this, through all of this - we are not alone, we are the solidarity of the shaken.
Fear is incredibly useful - until it's not. Here's a look at how fear is pushing people to make rash (and ultimately unhelpful) decisions in the face of actual systemic dangers.
And this isn't about vote shaming - this is about system shaming.
We have to be real about our place and time, the historical context of this election and the work that can't be done by checking a box on election day.
Movement spaces can feel uncomfortable at times - and at times, that's a good thing. But if rigid radicalism is at work, people and spaces will break under the weight of replicated oppression and narrow-mindedness.
Embracing feeling weird, building space to acknowledge our continuing growth while holding ourselves and others accountable is in the DNA of powerful and radical spaces. Here, we can break the stalemate of inaction that so often hits people when they're so afraid to fuck up, so afraid to misstep...