Jan 28, 2019
**This week’s episode is dedicated to the memory of the martyrs who’ve fought and died to defend Rojava**
In this week’s edition of Coffee with Comrades, we sit down with Reed from Demand Utopia to discuss social ecology, international solidarity, and militant creativity. But, first, here’s some info on the F.L.O.W.E.R. Anti-Racist Mobilization in Stone Mountain Park, GA on February 2nd, 2019.
In this episode, Reed and Pearson discuss the founding of Demand Utopia, a libertarian socialist organization focused on social ecology and revolutionary action. We explore radical imagination, the evolution of revolutionary culture, and chat about Demand Utopia’s inspirations. The discussion also covers social ecology, the feminist revolution in Northern Syria more popularly known as Rojava, and how we can cultivate militant creativity. We close with a meditation on the foolish necessity of hope.
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- Intro: “I Ain’t Got No Home in this World” by Woody Guthrie
- Interlude: “Rap Battle Against Oblivion” by Sole
- Outro: “We Still Believe” by Stick to Your Guns