Volunteers, organized in disorder. A horizontal, autonomous network of volunteers based in NYC. Our podcast will focus on interviewing key organizers, community builders, and ecological harmonists that have inspired us in our efforts.
and then Say F**k the Police
This episode features an interview with Kay Gabriel and poetry from the Abolition Library Commons' poetry reading on July 7th at Abolition Park. Follow @abolitionlibrarycommons and @abolitionpark for updates. Black Lives Matter.
This episode features an interview with Victoria Netanus and speeches from the June 21st event at Bed-Stuy's Abolition Plaza. Follow @abolitionplaza for updates on the movement. Black Lives Matter.
Kira Appelman: Story Weaver and Community Activist
Kira Appelman joins us this week to discuss Avodah, the Sunrise Movement, grassroots community work, childhood activism, anarcho-communism, and Octavia Butler. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @void_nyc. Thanks for listening!
Stephen Duncombe: “A better world smells like waffles”
In this episode we chat with Stephen Duncombe, a professor and co-founder of the Center for Artistic Activism. We talk about combining art and activism, digging into popular culture, the evolution of masks during covid, and why his utopia smells like...
Aine Campbell: Model and Activist
In this episode we get to talk to Aine Campbell about the Model Mafia, community ties in fashion, sustainability in fashion, quizzes, and local resiliency. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @void_nyc. Thanks for listening!
Matt Peterson: Woodbine’s Punk Community Organizer
This week we're talking to Matt Peterson, a community organizer at Woodbine in NYC. In our interview we discuss Woodbine, the dynamics of rent during the pandemic, the punk community, Bernie Sanders, and more. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @void_nyc.
Rad team and rad podcast
Totally stoked to listen to the podcasts that The V,OID is going to put out.