Non Serviam Media

Exploring the world of anarchist and anti-authoritarian ideas. Radical voices in precarious times.

  • Anarchy in Austin with Antonio Buehler

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    “I don’t see myself or Peaceful Streets Project as the answer, I see us as one effort amongst many that hopefully can slowly change society for the better” Please join us for the conclusion of Anarchy in Austin’s first season as we talk to Antonio Buehler of Peaceful Streets Project and Abrome about the two issues closest to his heart; abolition of the police and nonviolent education.

  • Anarchy in Austin with Lainie

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    “We are all over the place. We’re like sleeper cells of radical old ladies waiting to hit you with a hand bag” Lainie is a mom, a long time collector of zines, and a self-described stealth anarchist and freelance activist. Originally from Chicago, Lainie has lived in Austin for over twenty years and was involved with the anti-Iraq war movement and the Occupy movement. You can find Lainie online at https://unrulymom.

  • Anarchy in Austin with Derrick Broze

    2 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    “How can we create a world that is going to lead to anarchy? I believe we do that by creating more empowered individuals” Join us for the 6th episode of Anarchy In Austin as we sit down with Derrick Broze. Derrick describes himself as an activist, anarchist, author, and most of all – a free human trying to figure out solutions to problems he sees in the world.

  • Anarchy in Austin with Ben Blowe

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    In the fourth installment of our Anarchy In Austin series, we chat with our good friend and Central Texan, Ben Blowe. Ben is a Black and Chicano Anarchist living in San Antonio, with ties to Austin. Ben is an organizer with the Black Rose Anarchist Federation.

  • Anarchy in Austin with Lyn Ulbricht

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Join us for our conversation with Lyn Ulbricht, the mother of Ross Ulbricht. Ross is currently bearing an imprisonment term of double life + 40 years for his alleged involvement with The Silk Road, the world’s first modern open market on the darknet. Ross sought to create a marketplace freed from arbitrary state restraint by the internet and cryptocurrency, where buying and selling illegal goods could be safer and more transparent.