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  • Non Serviam Podcast #10 — Lucy Steigerwald

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Lucy Steigerwald is a libertarian anarchist and journalist who is a contributing editor at antiwar.com. She has a blog called the Stag Blog and her articles have appeared at Playboy, Vice, Reason, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Washington Post, The daily beast, and more. For this episode we discuss her work, journalism, libertarianism, right-wing political correctness, Trump, police brutality, immigration, and more. Follow Lucy – https://twitter.com/LucyStag Support Lucy – https://www.patreon.com/lucystag Support the show – https://www.

  • Non Serviam Podcast #9 — Jahed Momand

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Jahed is an anarchist from Portland who went to the University of Illinois to get his Masters of Science in Biophysics in 2009. He’s a former biophysicist-turned-internet-poker-pro-turned-data-analyst-then-UX-designer-and-finally-product-manager. He has a newsletter called Against Utopia that focusses on political science, philosophy, and science movements, based around anarchism, knowledge, and power. In this episode we discuss epistemological anarchism, the history of depression, problems with the medical industry, and radical new ways to approach health, building resilience, and expanding freedom for all.

  • Non Serviam Podcast #8 — Jack Shimek

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    For this installment, I spoke with Jack Shimek, a self described Agorist who has been doing activism in the left libertarian world for decades. He organizes a biannual event called Alternative Exposition, or Alt Expo for short, which hosts a variety of speakers interested in creating non-coercive alternative institutions in all areas of life. He was a friend of the late Samuel Edward Konkin III and has a long history of involvement within the new libertarian movement.

  • Non Serviam Podcast #7 — Fox and Sean

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Fox and Sean are anarchists and activists who co-organize the Please Try This at Home Conference, which is a collaborative conference about the intersections of radical bodily autonomy and biotechnology. Sean is a scientist and technologist with experience in chemistry, materials science, data science, and machine learning. He is also probably a hacker of one or more types, although he has a complicated relationship with that label. Fox is a burned-out SJW turned anarchist and community organizer.

  • Non Serviam Podcast #6 — Christopher Richard Hudson Jr.

    1 minute read Published: by Joel Williamson

    Christopher Richard Hudson Jr. has a Masters of Science in Industrial Organizational Psychology, and has a wide ranging history of interactions in various political circles including Students For a Democratic Society, Students for Liberty, Democratic Socialists of America, the Libertarian Party, and the Center for a Stateless Society. His activism is also wide ranging and includes everything from educational outreach, to tabling, to helping organize student led anti racist and anti war events.