Check out the sole surviving issue of this 1970s underground rag from Southern Indiana, co-edited by Luke Hauser. Nothing of enduring value, but a cultural rarity just the same!
Download the BullSheet – 1971-72, Evansville Bosse High School.
Campfire Chants, released by Reclaiming, features a dozen street-friendly chants and songs written by Starhawk, T. Thorn Coyle, Suzanne Sterling, Ravyn Stanfield, and others.
Several of these chants were written for specific street actions – see the Lyrics and Lore booklet for details (see below).
Chants recorded by a small grassrootsy ensemble backed by conga, guitar, flute, fiddle, and more. Mixed ages and genders, with women’s voices up front. (Word is that Direct Action author Luke Hauser can be heard harmonizing in the background!).
Songs stream and download on all the usual sites – search <Reclaiming Campfire Chants>. Help boost the album by visiting Spotify and Youtube and giving it some Likes!
Free downloadable Lyrics and Lore book accompanies album – visit our website.
by Karl Marx | Read by Derek Le Page
Capital is one of the half-dozen most important economic texts of the past 200 years – and perhaps the most readable. Volume One contains the key material. How great to settle into a good reading.
Marx takes the labor theory of value as developed by Adam Smith and others and shows its implications for workers, managers, and owners – a worthy goal, and critical reading for anyone interested in economics regardless of your outlook.
No, Marx can’t “prove” that labor is the basis of all economic value. That’s because you Continue reading “Marx’ Capital – New Audio Version”
Luke Hauser is back with a magical workbook for teens and teachers, focused on youth empowerment, awareness, and action.
Teen Earth Magic features interviews, articles, workings, and exercises from the annual Northern California youth camp, which was created in cooperation with Earth Activist Training teacher and organizer Starhawk as well as teachers and organizers at Witchlets in the Woods family camp.
The camp, co-created by all participants, focuses on activist skills, interpersonal relations, community involvement and awareness, and sharing skills for changing the world and ourselves. Continue reading “Teen Earth Magic: A Workbook”
Berkeley’s finest all-weather activist ensemble, the infamous Funky Nixons, are now streaming online at all sites.
The band, known locally as The House Band of Peoples Park, features a bend of rock, rap, and country, and provides expert commentary on the burning issues of our time.
Free downloads of mp3 files also available.
Here’s a zine from Teen Earth Magic teacher Jacin about Radical Mycology – connecting to the camp’s 2018 theme.