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Hillary Lazar on LaborWave Revolution Radio

Man!Here’s an interview with writer and activist Hillary Lazar on the connections between border politics and antifascism, applying intersectional frameworks to movement organizing. The discussion begins with a conversation about Lazar’s recent essay, “Connecting Our Struggles: Border Politics, Antifascism, and Lessons from the Trials of Ferrero, Sallito, and Graham,” published in Perspectives on Anarchist Theory (N30, “Beyond the Crisis” issue)

That Perspectives’ piece focuses on the lost history of anarchist editors and supporters of the periodical Man! who were swept up in an anti-immigrant and anti-anarchist political reaction during the early part of the 20th century in the US. The piece uses this to explore connections and continuations of anti-immigrant policies today and how such policies bolster the repression of political dissent. In the second half of the conversation the current labor organizing Lazar has been doing is explored.

Hillary Lazar is a doctoral candidate in Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh, where she teaches about social movements, gender, power and resistance through an anarchist lens. Hillary has been published in Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, contributed a chapter to Anarchism: A Conceptual Approach (2018), and has worked on several other book projects. She is part of the Institute for Anarchist Studies Mutual Aid Speakers list. She is a collective member of the Big Idea Bookstore, a content editor for Agency: An Anarchist PR Project, instructor for the Institute for Advanced Troublemaking, and is involved in graduate student worker organizing.

Laborwave is based in Corvallis, Oregon and centers around revolutionary ideas and activism both local and transnational. They feature interviews and discussions with activists, authors, and academics across the political Left.

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