To celebrate May Day, we present the debut episode of the Ex-Worker, a twice-monthly anarchist podcast.
Each episode of the Ex-Worker offers an in-depth look at a different field of anarchist thinking and practice, rounding it off with news, reviews, profiles of current anarchist projects, upcoming events, and more. This episode focuses on the anarchist roots of May Day as a radical workers’ holiday, starting with the Haymarket affair of 1886. It also includes a profile of the Lucy Parsons Center in Boston, a review of the journal Modern Slavery: The Libertarian Critique of Civilization, brand new music from Underground Reverie, and a great deal more.
If you’re curious about anarchist ideas, history, and current practices—tune in! You can also subscribe in iTunes here or just add the feed URL to your podcast player of choice.