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AT THE BARRICADES is weekly podcast covering radical ideas, culture, and our absolutely fucked up yet beautiful world. We feature free thinkers, artists, authors, journalists, musicians, actors, comedians, and true rebel fighters, who all push boundaries within their given contexts. The show is hosted by Jason Yawn -- musician, activist, lead vocalist, abd guitarist of the Washington D.C. punk quartet, FREE CHILDREN OF EARTH. This site is your hub for everything having to do with AT THE BARRICADES. Here, you can stream every episode, donate to the show, subscribe via ITunes. When you click on each episode, you can find source materials, including articles, videos, books, etc. discussed on that given show. As well as, info on how you can follow, and check out the work of each guest. We hope you enjoy the show, and that we can build a community around what we're trying to do here. Thank you so much for the support.

Latest Episodes

Episode Six: Ward Churchill

This week we talk action, tactics, indigenous cosmology, COINTELPRO, and separate fantasy from reality with long time member of the American Indian Movement, scholar, author, and activist, Ward Churchill. His new book, "Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays in Indigenism, 1995-2005" along with the re-press of his classic "Pacifisim As Pathology" are both available now through PM Press.

-1 s2018 APR 1
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Episode Six: Ward Churchill

Episode Five: Scott Crow

EToday, we have a great return episode for you. I’ve been wanting to speak with this guy for a long time, and we finally got down to it. Scott Crow, is an organizer, author, teacher, and fighter, who has worked tirelessly for liberation and justice since he was a teenager. He was one of the founders of the Common Ground Collective which provided aid to tens of thousands of people after Hurricane Katrina. He believes in anarchy, not in rigid ideological terms, but as the actions we participate in to to bring about collective liberation. We discuss his coming of age, music culture in the age of tech, his definition of “liberatory community, armed, self-defense,” and the new book of essays he’s compiled on that very subject, entitled, “Setting Sights: Histories and Reflections on Community Armed Self-Defense.” Enjoy!

-1 s2018 FEB 20
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Episode Five: Scott Crow

Episode Four: Abby Martin

EHad a blast talking to radical journalist, artist, and friend, Abby Martin, this week. We dug through the rubble of post-election reality, and peered, terrified into the future of what Trumpworld has in store. Here’s a hint: it’s Fascism. We also talked about her amazing docu-series The Empire Files, including her recent trip to cover the plight of the Palestinian people. We barely scratched the surface, but could have talked for hours. She’ll be back, but until then, enjoy.

52 MIN2016 NOV 17
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Episode Four: Abby Martin

03: Eleanor Goldfield

So happy to have my friend, and badass activist, musician, Eleanor Goldfield on the show. We have a really cool conversation about politics in music, misogyny in the record industry, and the feminist argument against Hillary Clinton’s brand of Neo-Liberal fuckery. We also tackle the idea that voting against the two-party system is somehow an endorsement of its worst outcomes. Good times.

51 MIN2016 NOV 8
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03: Eleanor Goldfield

02: Lee Camp

Lee Camp is a standup comedian of 15 years, an activist, and the anchor of Redacted Tonight. I’ve been friends with Lee for a little over two years. We have cool discussions about ideas, and the world, so I thought it would be cool to pick his brain about this insane political year, holding radical beliefs in the space of the comedic sphere, lesser evilsm, and the absurdity of elections when you don’t count the votes.

66 MIN2016 NOV 4
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02: Lee Camp

01: John F. O’Donnell

John F. O’Donnell is a standup comedian of 14 years. He’s one of the chief correspondents, a writer, and performer on ReDacted Tonight on RT America. He has a lot of brilliant things to say in this episode, while discussing everything from satire’s role in culture, American Sniper, this fucked up election, and his own passion for the world, and comedy. Enjoy, friends.

60 MIN2016 NOV 1
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01: John F. O’Donnell
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Latest Episodes

Episode Six: Ward Churchill

This week we talk action, tactics, indigenous cosmology, COINTELPRO, and separate fantasy from reality with long time member of the American Indian Movement, scholar, author, and activist, Ward Churchill. His new book, "Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays in Indigenism, 1995-2005" along with the re-press of his classic "Pacifisim As Pathology" are both available now through PM Press.

-1 s2018 APR 1
Comments
Episode Six: Ward Churchill

Episode Five: Scott Crow

EToday, we have a great return episode for you. I’ve been wanting to speak with this guy for a long time, and we finally got down to it. Scott Crow, is an organizer, author, teacher, and fighter, who has worked tirelessly for liberation and justice since he was a teenager. He was one of the founders of the Common Ground Collective which provided aid to tens of thousands of people after Hurricane Katrina. He believes in anarchy, not in rigid ideological terms, but as the actions we participate in to to bring about collective liberation. We discuss his coming of age, music culture in the age of tech, his definition of “liberatory community, armed, self-defense,” and the new book of essays he’s compiled on that very subject, entitled, “Setting Sights: Histories and Reflections on Community Armed Self-Defense.” Enjoy!

-1 s2018 FEB 20
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Episode Five: Scott Crow

Episode Four: Abby Martin

EHad a blast talking to radical journalist, artist, and friend, Abby Martin, this week. We dug through the rubble of post-election reality, and peered, terrified into the future of what Trumpworld has in store. Here’s a hint: it’s Fascism. We also talked about her amazing docu-series The Empire Files, including her recent trip to cover the plight of the Palestinian people. We barely scratched the surface, but could have talked for hours. She’ll be back, but until then, enjoy.

52 MIN2016 NOV 17
Comments
Episode Four: Abby Martin

03: Eleanor Goldfield

So happy to have my friend, and badass activist, musician, Eleanor Goldfield on the show. We have a really cool conversation about politics in music, misogyny in the record industry, and the feminist argument against Hillary Clinton’s brand of Neo-Liberal fuckery. We also tackle the idea that voting against the two-party system is somehow an endorsement of its worst outcomes. Good times.

51 MIN2016 NOV 8
Comments
03: Eleanor Goldfield

02: Lee Camp

Lee Camp is a standup comedian of 15 years, an activist, and the anchor of Redacted Tonight. I’ve been friends with Lee for a little over two years. We have cool discussions about ideas, and the world, so I thought it would be cool to pick his brain about this insane political year, holding radical beliefs in the space of the comedic sphere, lesser evilsm, and the absurdity of elections when you don’t count the votes.

66 MIN2016 NOV 4
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02: Lee Camp

01: John F. O’Donnell

John F. O’Donnell is a standup comedian of 14 years. He’s one of the chief correspondents, a writer, and performer on ReDacted Tonight on RT America. He has a lot of brilliant things to say in this episode, while discussing everything from satire’s role in culture, American Sniper, this fucked up election, and his own passion for the world, and comedy. Enjoy, friends.

60 MIN2016 NOV 1
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01: John F. O’Donnell
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