An in depth interview with Doug Gilbert, author of "I Saw Fire." We have a long conversation about anarchist strategies and counter-information. Lots of practical stuff in here about how to get revolutionary projects started in smaller cities and how to meaningfully engage in larger cities. We talk about what it means to "live and fight" and have a broader conversation about revolutionary projects and the working class. If you enjoyed what Doug has to say please pick up his book, "I Saw Fire;" available now on Little Black Cart:
The music we used in the interviews are selections from this really dope mixtape that I highly reccomend called "Post-Ferguson" by Antagonisms. Tracks featured are:
OG Maco - "Riot"
TRAWWxATM - "Riot"
Comrade - "Right Back"