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The Final Straw
Weekly Program
Neal Shirley & Staralee Stafford
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This week, we're excited to present a conversation with Saralee Stafford and Neal Shirley, editors and authors of a new book out from AK Press entitled "Dixie Be Damned: 300 years of Insurrection in the American South". The book is a study of Maroon, Indigenous, White, Black, worker, farmer, slave, indentured, women and men wrestling against institutions of power for autonomy and self-determination. All of this in a region stereotyped to be backwards, slow, lazy, victimized and brutal. The editors do a smash-bang job of re-framing narratives of revolt by drawing on complex and erased examples of cross-subjectivity struggles and what they can teach us today about current uprisings in which we participate.

Throughout the hour we explore some of the examples that became chapters in the book, critiques of narrative histories and academia and what new ways forward might be towards an anarchist historiography. More on the book can be found at http://www.revolutionbythebook.akpress.org/dixie-be-damned-read-an-excerpt/ and keep an ear out for Saralee and Neal's book tour, coming to a bookspace near you.

Playlist: http://www.ashevillefm.org/node/12391

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00:59:22 1 May 17, 2015
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