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Indigenous Anarchism is a Collect Call, by Klee Benally [Immediatism podcast, episode 630]

The new book, Black Seed: Not on Any Map, Indigenous Anarchy in an Anti-Political World, is out! The new book is introduced by Cory in episode 630 of the Innediatism podcast.

Originally published by Immediatism.

669 How Deep is Deep Ecology? 3 by George Bradford Immediatism

This reading is a part of the George Bradford text, which will require multiple episodes to complete; the full text is available at TheAnarchistLibrary.org, with foreword by Lamar Hoover, or at Fifth Estate. ForewordPrefaceHow Deep is Deep Ecology? — A Challenge to Radical EnvironmentalismEcology & the Necessity for Social Critique"Biocentrism" vs. "Anthropocentrism"The Problem of Human Intervention"Malthus Was Right"A Struggle for SurvivalModernizing MalthusianismScientific ReductionismAn Economistic AnalysisTechnology & AlienationScientific Ideology as Material ForceThe Grasshopper & the AntA Deep Ecologist Why Advocates GenocideThe Tattered Food-WebThe Global SupermarketThe World Going to HellWoman's Freedom: Key to the Population QuestionThe Two Sides of Birth ControlPopulation Control & the Cold WarAuthoritarian & TechnocraticMalthusian FatalismPopulation Control as GenocideAn Expansion of RightsPersonal, Political, Planetary Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in a future episode. Donate
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This is the introduction to the book Black Seed, Not on Any Map: Indigenous Anarchy in an Anti-political World, available from LittleBlackCart.com.

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