18 episodes

When We Fight, We Win!: The Podcast reveals the stories behind the fight. And the wins! We’re here for everyone who’s ready to get a switch flipped in their brain. For everyone who’s ready to go from being an organizer in theory, to a transformative one in practice. Because every organizer started somewhere.

When We Fight, We Win!: The Podcast When We Fight, We Win!

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

When We Fight, We Win!: The Podcast reveals the stories behind the fight. And the wins! We’re here for everyone who’s ready to get a switch flipped in their brain. For everyone who’s ready to go from being an organizer in theory, to a transformative one in practice. Because every organizer started somewhere.

    Fund us like you want us to win

    Fund us like you want us to win

    In this two-part episode we explore the problematic and controversial role of philanthropy inside social movements. In this first part we feature Vini Bhansali, Executive Director of the Solidaire Network, a community of donor organizers mobilizing critical resources to the frontlines of intersectional movements for racial, gender and climate justice. This episode offers a critical view into how non- profits are funded, and explores ways to transcend from philanthropy to the redistribution of wealth.

    • 29 min
    LIVE! Mutual Aid and Solidarity in a Time of Crisis

    LIVE! Mutual Aid and Solidarity in a Time of Crisis

    In Episode #10 ‘Indigenous Mutual Aid + COVID-19 Response w/ Klee Jones Benally of IndigenousMutualAid.org’ Dey and Greg speak with Indigenous anarchist Klee Benally. Klee brings his perspective working with Diné Navajo Nation explaining how COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted his and other Native communities. Looking for ways to support our Indigenous communities? Check-out this episode to learn more about the work Klee is doing on the ground and what Indigenous Mutual Aid is working on. 

    • 1 hr 21 min
    #EstadoDeEmergencia: Organizing to End Gender-based Violence in PR

    #EstadoDeEmergencia: Organizing to End Gender-based Violence in PR

    In our second episode, we interview Black feminist lawyer and activist, Zoán Tanís Dávila Roldán of La Colectiva Feminista en Construcción about the #EstadoDeEmergencia campaign.

    • 46 min
    LIVE! Mutual Aid and Solidarity in a Time of Crisis

    LIVE! Mutual Aid and Solidarity in a Time of Crisis

    In our final webcast Episode #11, “'Let's Get Free Ya'll' Formations at the Intersections with #MaryHooks of Southerners On New Ground (SONG) and The Movement for Black Lives” we sat-down with the Mary Hooks. Mary hooks is a long-time activist and Atalnta organizer, her presence in the movement doesn’t go unnoticed. What does #BlackLivesMatter mean in the wake of COVID-19? Mary explains the work that both SONG and the Movement for Black Lives are taking the lead on in the fight for our liberati

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Colonial Elections in Puerto Rico

    Colonial Elections in Puerto Rico

    We delve deep into the most recent elections in Puerto Rico, in which progressive candidates gained historical support, and in which a referendum about the islands annexation to the US was held. Oscar López Rivera, shows us how the electoral system in Puerto Rico is built on a colonial system designed by and for the dominant elite and Washington. It is the U.S. Congress and a federally appointed Fiscal Control Board who have authority over Puerto Rican affairs. So, do elected politicians really have power?

    • 51 min
    Decolonizing the Land, Liberating the Farmer

    Decolonizing the Land, Liberating the Farmer

    98% of US farmland is white-owned. What does this mean for communities of color? We talk to Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm, which teaches BIPOC people to farm and reconnect with the earth and their ancestors. From land reparations to acknowledging social disparities to access to culturally appropriate food, Leah takes us on a journey from trauma to healing. Be sure to check out Soul Fire Farm’s Reparations Map for Black-Indigenous Farmers.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Meche Vazquez ,

Great interview!

Very interesting. Very pleased to heard it.

thand.di ,

Glad I listened

A truly moving series for any radicalized thinker🌻

katewerning ,

Powerful.

We so need these stories. LOVE the incredible production, the moving music, the powerful insights and histories… can’t wait to hear more.

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