• Rojava Strong

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    On November 22nd and 23rd of 2019, we filmed a two-day event called Rojava Strong, which included a host of guest speakers, live music, a Kurdish buffet, tabled literature, a silent auction, documentary screenings, live paintings, and a rally. The goal was to raise awareness of Rojava and to protest against the violence and aggression committed by Turkey. The Guest speakers spoke about 1) the people, culture, and history of Rojava, 2) Democratic Confederalism and it’s commitment to gender equality, participatory democracy, and ecological sustainability, and 3) its imminent threat under invasion, occupation, and genocide.

  • Building a Campaign for Precarious Communities, Alison D. Garcia

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Alison Dorantes Garcia has been an anti-authoritarian since she could reason. Her family is from Mexico, and she grew up in Watsonville, California. Alison has been active in immigrant labor, and migrant rights issues since 2009. She taught high school for formerly incarcerated students and has been active in prison reform and abolition efforts ever since. Tonight, Alison will be speaking on grassroots ways to assist migrants. The title of her speech is Starting from where you know: building a campaign for precarious communities.

  • Market & Post-Left Insights on Anarchist Organizing, William Gillis

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    William Gillis is a second-generation anarchist who’s worked as an activist on countless projects and capacities since getting involved in the lead-up to N30 – the Battle in Seattle. He studies high energy physics and has held a deep fascination with the egalitarian potential of markets since 2003. He is the director at Center for a Stateless Society and his writings can be found primarily at

  • Against the Terror Wars, Scott Horton

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Scott Horton is a radio show host, journalist, author, and longtime anti-war activist. He is the Opinion Editor of AntiWar.Com, Host of The Scott Horton Show, and the Managing Director of the Libertarian Institute. Horton is the author of the widely acclaimed “Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan” At our first ever live event, held in an Austin, Texas garage, Scott joined us to speak on the horrors of American military interventionism, and what we can do about it.