Mutual Aid 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution is a book by Peter Kropotkin on the subject of mutual aid, written while he was living in exile in England. It was first published by William Heinemann in London in October 1902. The individual chapters had originally been published in 1890-96 as a series of essays in the British monthly literary magazine, Nineteenth Century. Written partly in response to Social Darwinism and in particular to Thomas H. Huxley's Nineteenth Century essay, "The Struggle for Exi ...
 
Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution is a book by Peter Kropotkin on the subject of mutual aid, written while he was living in exile in England. It was first published by William Heinemann in London in October 1902. The individual chapters had originally been published in 1890-96 as a series of essays in the British monthly literary magazine, Nineteenth Century. Written partly in response to Social Darwinism and in particular to Thomas H. Huxley’s Nineteenth Century essay, The Struggle for Exis ...
 
Despite an "international coalition of good intentions" hand-outs aka. 'aid' have not lived up to their promise but have become involved in maintaining a structure of illegitimate government and ugly mismanagement.By challenging the aid dogma, better approaches based on sustainable development and mutual self-interest can develop through internal change, rather than external manipulation.
 
Parenting is hard. When you have a child who doesn’t fit neatly into a box, it can be even more challenging. With the Mental Health Mamas, there’s No Need to Explain. We get it. Join us as we share a bit of what we’ve learned along the way, talk openly about mental health, share the voices of other Experts by Experience, work to help you feel less alone and gently remind you to do your best to take care of yourself while also taking care of your people.
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this week’s episode, we welcome guest Juliana Garcia to the podcast to talk about Mutual Aid and what it means to work in solidarity with people as opposed to providing charity. Juliana joins us as an Expert by Experience (EBE) as a mama and community member as well as a Social Worker (MSW). Listen in as we talk about the principles of Mutual Ai…
 
Did you know that for a child who has faced adversity, the difference between growing into a resilient adult or perhaps facing lifelong struggle can be one relationship? Just one! We ALL need safe, stable, nurturing relationships. Join the Mental Health Mamas for our thoughts on this and how we can each Be the One! Episode Mentions: Essentials for …
 
Review/critique: Last weekend we attended a local networking and grassroots training event by Scott Presler, focused on Election Integrity lobbying, voter registration, and running for local office. https://scottpresler.org We also discuss the role of status and aesthetics in choosing political beliefs https://nypost.com/2019/08/17/luxury-beliefs-a…
 
We all make mistakes because it’s simply a part of being human. When you think back to the last mistake you made, do you beat yourself up over it or do you treat yourself with compassion? When you are struggling do you offer yourself kindness like you would for others? Practicing self-compassion is a challenge for many of us including the Mental He…
 
Covered in this episode: retracted WaPo report on Trump’s communications with Georgia and other discredited media stories, the increasingly woke military and their concerning behavior in response to Tucker Carlson’s monologue, as well as the Guam National Guard and Marjorie Taylor-Green, General Systemantics and “systems select for systems people” …
 
Sharing the story of our struggles can be a powerful way to create connection with one another and perhaps feel a bit less alone, but it gets tricky when it comes to our kids. Who do we disclose to and how do we do it? How do we walk the line between “we all have mental health” and “not my story to tell”? Join us to hear what the Mental Health Mama…
 
In this episode I answer some fanmail, and take the opportunity to correct some misconceptions about individualism vs atomization and teamwork vs collectivism. Referenced piece on Mutual Aid: https://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/2021/03/09/risks-abound-as-antifa-aligned-mutual-aid-groups-respond-to-texas-storms/…
 
To loosely quote Hamilton, we ALL want to be in the room where it happens. What does it look like when all the stakeholders ARE in the room where it happens, but not everyone knows? For anyone who saw the video of the school board executive session that was unintentionally streamed to the public, you witnessed one unfortunate outcome. What would it…
 
Tune in as I give a class AAR and explain why “Not all problems are shooting problems” is a valid concept that applies to more than just personal protection. Class: https://www.fpftraining.com/fpf-calendar/concealed-carry-street-encounter-skills-and-tactics-phoenix Video homework playlist on UoF, preassault indicators, and various defensive issues:…
 
Othering is an “us vs. them” way of thinking and labels individuals or groups as not fitting in or “not like me.” Do we all do this? If so, how can we minimize it? And what does all of this have to do with mental health? Join us, the Mental Health Mamas, as we share our thoughts on all of this and more. Episode Mentions: What is Othering? By Kendra…
 
In this episode of GAF does Lockdown we’ll be interviewing a member of FAGC (Federación Anarquistas Gran Canaria or Gran Canaria’s Anarchist Federation), which centres most of its activity on the issues of housing, rent and homelessness. They are known for starting the Sindicato de Inquilinas de Gran Canaria (Gran Canaria’s Renter’s Union) which ha…
 
The Mental Health Mamas are joined in conversation by guest Emilie Rawlings who has recently published the book, Foundation: Love, Mindfulness, Meditation. Listen in as Emilie shares her thoughts on present moment awareness, self-care and how she gained wisdom through a total physical and emotional breakdown. Visit Emilie’s website to purchase a co…
 
Special guest, Elvina Scott, joins Tina and Serena, the Mental Health Mamas, in a conversation around caregiving and living a life “of care”. Elvina shares openly about the challenges of unpaid 24/7 caregiving for her daughter, Colby. Colby is a highly-expressive soon-to-be 16-year-old with severe, intractable epilepsy. Listen in as Elvina shares h…
 
I’ve talked before about the need to materially support allies and materially harm enemies in our endeavors, but that isn’t always enough. Techbro Tito joins me today as we read fanmail from podcast follower ‘Dagney Taggart’s Onlyfans Admin’ (not his real name) and discuss his concept of finding and calculating ‘Political Return on Investment’.…
 
Some topics covered: Breed/Kim incident: https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/racial-slurs-abruptly-end-mayoral-candidate-event-in-sf/178129/ bay area citizen patrols: https://www.ktvu.com/news/citizens-patrol-oakland-chinatown-after-unprovoked-attacks Wind Sand and Stars, by Antoine de Saint Exupery: https://www.pdfdrive.com/wind-sand-and-stars-e…
 
If you’ve never been to therapy, you might wonder what it’s like. Episode spoilers...it’s not like what you see on TV! The Mental Health Mamas are going beyond the couch and demystifying therapy. Listen in as we share what therapy is really like from our perspective as parents. Episode Mentions: Talk Space Online Therapy TalkSpace.com Better Help O…
 
Topics Discussed: Carl Schmitt and the State of Exception: https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/gulli-the-sovereign-exception-8x10.pdf Russell Conjugation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotive_conjugation Celebration Parallax: https://americanmind.org/salvo/from-death-threats-to-lies/ Antifa Industry at work: https://amgreatness.com…
 
Personal Security in the digitized Cancel Culture age is more important than ever, but for many people the topic is so complex they’re not sure where to begin. Tune in as Erin and guests Dennis and Savannah break it down and provide action items and tips to protect yourself and those you love.
 
This week the Mental Health Mamas are checking in on the parents out there and sharing some pandemic themes. So, how are the parents? Parenting is hard under normal circumstances and we are certainly aware that parents are struggling. Listen in as we attempt to normalize the abnormal and to remind you that you are not alone. Episode Mentions: Girl,…
 
Operant Conditioning, decentralization, expanding battlespace, and swarm attacks. Rand paper on swarming: https://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/documented_briefings/2005/RAND_DB311.pdf Explanation of what is happening with Gamestop: https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/ip6jnv/the_real_greatest_short_burn_of_the_century/?utm_source=…
 
Labor Organizer Cesar Chavez was notorious for using vigilante squads to hunt down illegal immigrants attempting to cross the border for work (and thus suppressing wages) so why did Joe Biden add his bust to the Oval Office? What happened to the restrictionist pro-labor left, and why was the 2015 Ezra Klein interview of Bernie Sanders the last time…
 
In this episode, the Mental Health Mamas explore the not so “nice” feelings that sometimes come up for us as parents. Listen in as we talk about our feelings check-in and the power of sharing how you REALLY feel. Episode Mentions: Permission to Feel by Marc Brackett Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence RULER Approach TalkSpace Telehealth Counseli…
 
Most of us witnessed last summer’s unrest on our TV screens, but Mike Treat was there in-person when it started. As a POST-certified former corrections officer and lead instructor at Condition Orange Preparedness Mike is better positioned to analyze and comment on what happened than most, so tune in as Erin and Mike discuss his experiences during t…
 
As domestic tensions rise and alarming political rhetoric increases around using counter insurgency tactics at home, more people find themselves worrying about peaceful solutions to our seemingly intractable problems. In this episode Erin critiques some of the more dangerous talking points, and attempts to offer some alternatives.…
 
Stay Grounded is a global network of more than 160 member organisations, among them local airport opposition and climate justice groups, NGOs, trade unions, initiatives fostering alternatives to aviation like night trains, and organisations supporting communities which struggle against offset projects or biofuel plantations, as well as individual a…
 
Can failures be opportunities for growth in disguise? What does it mean to rename or reframe a difficult situation? Join the Mental Health Mamas as we explore some of our failures and what we’ve learned from them and share what AFGO (sort of) means. Episode Mentions: Burnout by Emily and Amelia Nagoski Visit our website: NoNeedToExplainPodcast.com …
 
Did you know that 85% of first responders have experienced symptoms of mental illness at some point in their lifetime? Did you know that first responders often face barriers to receiving mental health support? In this episode, the Mental Health Mamas are joined by a special guest who happens to be a firefighter and EMT. Listen in as we talk openly …
 
It’s a brand new year and while many people choose to make New Year’s Resolutions, the Mental Health Mamas have decided to focus on self-care instead. We invite you to listen in to hear our take on self-care and some of the things we do to find some rest and renewal as we move into the long winter months. Join us for a self-care revolution! Episode…
 
Do you struggle to find true belonging? Do you ever find yourself working hard to fit in even though you don’t quite fit? As the parents of kids who struggle with their mental health, we get that it’s not always easy to fit in, especially when our kids may be struggling with their own sense of belonging. Join us, the Mental Health Mamas, as we expl…
 
Judgement. If you are a mom, dad, or caregiver of any sort, you have undoubtedly felt judgement from others (and perhaps even yourself). In this episode, the Mental Health Mamas share some stories about moments in our parenting lives when we’ve felt judged, how we’ve handled it, and how we’re all just doing the best we know how to do. Visit our web…
 
In our final episode of Season 1, we take a hot minute to reflect on the year that was 2020 and what it might mean for our future. Specifically, we dig into the massive wave of grassroots and hyper-local mutual aid responses to the COVID19 crisis and how these events are both tied to a deep and rich history but also potentially to a better future. …
 
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Or is it? Whether you are a dad, grandparent, mom or caregiver of any sort, this time of year can be challenging, especially this year! In this episode we talk about the various challenges that the holiday season brings for our families and how we’re really feeling about “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year…
 
In this episode the Ladies Who Crunch open up the mail bag and answer questions sent by listeners! This episode includes: Some great end-of-year tax tips for those who are self-employed (aka "sole proprietors") A dive deep into the murky world of tax write offs and how they are both legit and necessary for anyone running a business and also ripe fo…
 
If you’re anything like us, you may struggle with setting healthy boundaries with your kids and other people (and things) in your life. We know that boundaries are an important part of self-care and yet, they can also be incredibly challenging. Join us, the Mental Health Mamas, as we talk about boundary setting during lots of “together” time, some …
 
Protecting your individual rights is ironically best done through collective effort by a likeminded group of people, but how do you find trustworthy folks? More importantly, what do you do once you’ve found them? In this episode Erin explains how the left builds and uses their “affinity groups” and illustrates why their model isn’t a cultural fit f…
 
Donate to support us: https://opencollective.com/gaf-london Fuel Poverty Action is a group of ordinary people fed up with being robbed by greedy energy companies through spiralling bills, and rip-off prepayment meters. Alongside pensioners groups, disabled campaigners, and others on the frontline of fuel poverty, they are using protest and direct a…
 
In this week's episode of Bottom Lines Top Dollars we discuss a question that many punks, weirdos, leftists, environmentalists and anti-capitalists ask themselves when they become financially stable: what do I do with my extra money? Investing your excess cash is an important way to save towards retirement, but can it be done ethically? Is it possi…
 
We are Tina and Serena, the Mental Health Mamas, and we are here to assure you that You Are Not Alone. Are you a Mom, Dad, Grandparent, Foster Parent or any other caregiver of a child who struggles with their emotional health? Do you ever find yourself feeling isolated, exhausted or overwhelmed in your parenting journey? Do you wish there were more…
 
Peter Gelderloos is an anarchist activist and writer who for years has been talking about the dangers of the non-violent doctrine in social movements and advocating for a diversity of tactics as necessary for achieving meaningful social change. Today many movements around the world have learnt this lesson and, despise the eventual recuperation of m…
 
The climate crisis is here and it is scary as hell. So scary that it is tempting to close your eyes (and maybe even scroll past this episode). But please don't do that. Instead, let the Ladies Who Crunch walk you through where those feelings of climate despair, grief and nihilism come from, strategies for facing them (surprisingly similar to strate…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login