Making knowledge in a way that harms Indigenous land for the “greater good” is a colonial land relation.
This is Hell!
This is Hell! Radio has been broadcasting and podcasting from Chicago and “manufacturing dissent” since 1996. Between 2014 and 2021, Antidote Zine transcribed over two hundred of their in-depth interviews with scholars, activists, revolutionaries, and journalists on a variety of topics. This is of course only a tiny fraction of the fascinating material they have released, and still release on a regular basis.
Original audio and links to the show’s website are included in each post. Support This Is Hell! on their patronage site! And let us know if there are additional interviews of theirs you would like to see here in text form: antidote[at]riseup[dot]net.
We are in such a dire situation. We’ve tried with peaceful, polite, civil means, with no property destruction involved, just maximum restraint and peaceful civil disobedience. With very few exceptions, that’s as far as the climate movement has dared to go. We haven’t reached far enough by employing only these methods.